Math H161ÑAutumn
2003ÑRobert Brown

Call number 12460-1

Teacher: Robert Brown

Office
MW710 292-8888 brown.71@osu.edu

Class
times: Daily 1:30-2:18, in Baker
Systems Engineering 285

Office
Hours: Daily 12:30-1:18 and by appointmentÑoffice hours time could change
during the quarter. In that case
there will be a class announcement.

Textbook: "Calculus with Analytic
Geometry", 2nd edition, by George F. Simmons, McGraw Hill, 1996.

Rough
guide to daily topics (epsilons and deltas will be treated at appropriate
places):

Week
1: Sept 24 - 26: Least upper bound property, Mean value theorem

Week
2: Sept 29: Mean value theorem, Sept 30 Ð Oct. 3: Definite integral

Week
3: Oct 6: Fundamental theorem of calculus, Oct 7 - 10: Applications

Week
4: Oct 13 - 15: Applications, Oct. 16: Review, Oct. 17: Midterm 1.

Week
5: Oct 20 - 21: Natural logarithm, Oct 22: Substitution, Oct 23 Ð 24:
logarithms,

inverse functions

Week
6: Oct 27: Exponential function, Oct 28 - 31: Trigonometric functions

Week
7: Nov 3 - 5: Inverse trigonometric functions, Nov 6: Review,

Nov 7: Midterm 2

Week
8: Nov 10 - 14: Methods of integration. (No class on Nov 11)

Week
9: Nov 17 - 19: Methods of Integration, Nov 20 - 21: More applications.

Week
10: Nov 24: Review, Nov 25: Midterm 3, Nov 26: Complex numbers and logs.

Week
11: Dec 1: More applications, Dec 2 Ð 4: Catch up, Dec 5: Review

Examinations
(all are in our classroom)

Midterm
1: Fri, Oct 17

Midterm
2: Fri, Nov 7

Midterm
3: Tue, Nov. 25

FINAL
EXAM: Wed, Dec. 10, 11:30 am -1:18
pm

Other
important dates:

Fri,
Oct 10: Last drop day without W on
record.

Fri,
Nov 7: Last drop day without a
petition.

Tues,
Nov.11 and Thurs, Fri, Nov 27, 28: holidays.

Homework: Due every Wednesday, starting Oct
1. If you will be absent on Nov 26,
be sure to hand in early that day's homework. You are encouraged to talk to each other about the homework,
but under no circumstances may you copy from another person's paper.

Grading: Your homework will be worth 100 points
(10 points each).

the
three midterm 100 points each, and the final exam 200 points. Total: 600 points.