Math 121 (Enhanced)  Spring 2014
Course Info
 Syllabus
 Instructor: Theodore Lindsey
 Office Hours: MWR 121 (snow 543)
 Coordinator: Milena Stanislavova
 Course Info
 Lecture: Math 121 (line number 59424)
 Lab: Math 197 (line number 59428)
 Gateway Exam
 WebAssign (see sidebar link in Blackboard)
 Blackboard
 Notes (pdf)
 Policies
 Helproom Schedule
 Assignments
 Exam 1
 Midterm
 Exam 3
 Final Exam
Useful Resources
 Education Portal: Calculus
 HMC Calculus Tutorials
 SoS math
 Khan Academy
 Paul's Online Math Notes
 WolframAlpha
 Calculator Emulators
 TI 82/83/84/89 emulator for android (free version, only supports 89)
 Wabbitemu TI 82/83/84 emulator for Windows and OS X
 TI 89 rom (via TI website)
 Useful formulas
Policies
 General
 The course is divided into four units, with an exam marking the conclusion of each.
 Paper homework will be collected regularly at the end of class. Assignments and their due dates are subject to change and should be checked daily.
 Quizzes may be given without advance notice, but will usually be announced at least one class day in advance (often they will cover the reading for that day).
 Class attendance is an important component of success in the course! If a student is unable to attend class due to illness or a medical/family emergency, he/she should contact the instructor immediately to arrange for an excused absence.
 Participation and attendance is strongly encouraged! This means you should:
 ask/answer questions
 make contributions to group work
 politely draws attention to and/or corrects mistakes
 go to the board to work on problems as requested by the instructor
 come to class and stay awake
 Homework Format
 A student's name should appear in the top right corner of each page of his/her work.
 Each student is responsible for ensuring no pages will detach from their homework. Any unidentifiable pages will not be graded.
 Please write legibly in order to ensure accurate grading!
 Expectations
 Late homework/quizzes will not be accepted.
 Rare exceptions may be made only if the student has contacted the instructor in advance to make other arrangements.
Assignments
HW #  Assignment  Due Date 
#1 reading 
Sections 1.1  1.3 : focus on functions, ways of describing them, domain and range, properties, special types of functions (e.g. absolute value, piecewise functions) Sections 1.4 : focus on using graphic calculators and computer Section 1.5  1.6 : inverse function, exponential and logarithmic functions 

#1(a) 
Paper HW #1. 1.1: 34, 40, 46. 1.2: 18, 26. 1.3: 40, 44, 54. 1.4: 32, 34 
02/03/2014 (Monday) 
#2 reading 
Sections 2.1  2.2 : limit of a function Sections 2.3  2.4 : calculating limits, introduction of continuity 

#2(a) 
Paper HW #2. 1.5: 20, 22, 24. 1.6: 41, 50. 1.7: 31 2.1: 3 2.2: 13, 26 2.3: 10 
02/10/2014 (Monday) 
#3 reading 
Sections 2.5: limits of functions and continuity of functions Sections 2.6  2.8: introduction to derivatives and rate of change Section 2.6  2.8: introduction to derivatives and rate of change 

#3(a) 
Paper HW #3. 2.3: 16, 18, 22, 27, 37. 2.4: 35. 2.5: 24, 28, 32, 41 2.6: 6, 8, 14 
2/17/2014 (Monday) 
#4 reading 
Sections 3.1  3.2 (by 9/18): focus on basic rules of differentiation: power rule, product rule, and quotient rule Sections 3.3 (by 9/20): derivatives of Trigonometric Functions, chain rule Sections 3.4  3.5 (by 9/23): Chain rule and implicit diferentiation 

#4(a) 
Paper HW #4. 2.7: 23, 25. 2.8: 12, 25. 3.1: 10, 14, 18, 30. 3.2: 4, 8, 22, 52. 3.3: 7, 10, 21, 33. 
2/24/2014 (Monday) 
#5 reading 
Sections 3.5  3.6: Implicit diferentiation, inverse trig and their derivaties Sections 3.7: Derivative of logs and logarithmic differentiation Sections 3.8  3.9: Rates of change, linear approximations, differentials 

#5(a) 
Paper HW #5. 3.4: 20, 24, 38, 44, 50, 80, 82 3.5: 6, 16, 22, 24, 30 
03/03/2014 (Monday) 
#6 reading 
Sections 3.1  3.9 Sections 4.1  4.2 : Related rates, extrema Sections 4.1  4.2 : Related rates, extrema 

#6(a) 
Paper HW #6. 3.6: 12, 23, 27 3.7: 18, 22, 26, 36, 42 3.8: 15, 19, 24 3.9: 10, 22, 23, 28 
03/10/2014 (Monday) 
#7 reading 
Sections 4.6 : Optimization problems Sections 4.6  4.7 : Sections 4.8 : Introduction to Antiderivatives 

#7(a) 
Paper HW #7. 4.1: 12, 20, 23, 39. 4.2: 27, 29, 35, 43, 52. 4.3: 9, 15, 26, 31, 66. 
04/04/2014 (Friday) 
#8 reading 
Sections 5.1  5.2 : Introduction to Integrals Sections 5.2  5.3 : The Definite Integral and Evaluating Definite Integrals Sections 5.4  5.5 : The Fundamental Calculus Theorem and The Substitution Rule 

#8(a) 
Paper HW #8. 4.5: 21, 25, 33, 45. 4.6: 14, 26, 28, 40. 4.8: 15, 18, 42. 
04/09/2014 (Wednesday) 
#9 reading 
Sections 4.2  5.5 (by 0415): Review for Exam III Sections 4.2  5.5 (by 0416): Review for Exam III 0417 : InClass Exam III  DON'T MISS IT! 

#9(a) 
Paper HW #9. 5.1: 3, 17. 5.2: 3, 27. 5.3: 11, 18, 25, 29, 60, 64. 
04/14/2014 (Monday) 
#10 reading 
Sections 5.7  5.8 : Additional integration techniques Sections 5.8  5.10: Integration Using Tables, Introduction to Improper Integrals Sections 5.8  5.10: Integration Using Tables, Introduction to Improper Integrals Excel file for approximating integrals using left, right, midpoint, trapezoidal, and simpson's methods 

#10(a) 
Paper HW #10. 5.5: 14, 21, 22, 33, 43, 50. 5.6: 7, 9, 17, 22, 29. 5.7: 1, 5, 17, 18, 21, 27, 31, 32, 36. 
04/28/2014 (Monday) 
#11 reading 
Sections 6.2  6.3: Applications of Integrals: Volume Sections 6.4  6.5: Arc Length, Average Value of a Function Sections 6.1  6.5: Review sections 

#11(a) 
Paper HW #11. 5.10: 5, 9, 15, 23, 31, 45, 48. 6.1: 7, 11, 15, 21. 6.2: 3, 9, 11. 6.4: 8, 11, 13, 20. 
05/05/2014 (Monday) 
#12 reading 
Sections 6.6  6.8: Applications of Integrals: Engineering, Physics, and Probability Sections 6.6  6.8: Applications of Integrals: Engineering, Physics, and Probability Sections 6.1  6.8: Review of Chapter 6 

Stop Week  Review 
Gateway
Links:Deadlines:
 Online Gateway deadline: March 5, 2014.
 InLab Gateway begins: February 17, 2014
 InLab Gateway deadline: March 14, 2014.