MATH 141 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II, SECTION:9


Welcome!   Our section homepage (this page) is available online at  http://www.math.psu.edu/narayana/math141page.html and will be updated regularly throughout the semester to provide exam room locations, review sheets and other important information. So please bookmark this page and be certain to regularly check for any updates.

The course homepage is http//www.math.psu.edu/ug/courses/math141/, which links to the Course Syllabus, Homework Exercises and Sample Exams.
It is essential to read the important information given about Math 141 including details about the examinations, grading system and breakdown of each lecture.


INSTRUCTOR DETAILS

Bharath Narayanan, Office: McAllister 410, Phone: 865-1401  
Office Hours:Mon 2:30 to 3:20 MB410, Wed 1:25 to 2:15 MB102 or by appointment.
Email: narayana@math.psu.edu.
Please include your SECTION NUMBER in the "subject of message" field. I will reply within 48 hours so please be patient.

QUIZZES

Every week there will be an in-class quiz over the material covered until the previous week.  Each quiz will be closed book, no calculators permitted and no make up's.  There will be no quiz on exam weeks or on the first week of class.


 

HOMEWORK

There will be HW every week. The syllabus has a list of suggested exercises (homework problems) from each section, which you must learn to solve by yourself.  The weekly quizzes and most of the exam questions will be based on these! It is not a secret that the best way to learn calculus is to DO LOTS AND LOTS AND LOTS AND LOTS OF PROBLEMS! I will go over as many examples in class as time permits and will try to answer the questions you have, however you must work out the problems by yourself and make sure you do so everyday.



SOME TIPS FOR DOING WELL IN THIS COURSE

You will need to know everything from Math 140 especially Chapter 4 (Integration).   It is very instructive to work out the final exam from Math 140, in order to brush up your calculus skills.

 

The two main reasons for not doing well in a Calculus course are poor algebra skills and insufficient study time.


Don't give up easily - you don't want to retake this course.

 

Please feel free to come and see me to get some assistance on the homework exercises and to clear any doubts that you might have. I'd be glad to help.


IMPORTANT DATES

Jan 7

M

First Day of Classes

Jan 17

U

End of add/drop period

Jan 21

M

MLK DAY Holiday

Feb 11

M

Exam I, 6:30 - 7:45 PM,

Mar4-8

M-F

SPRING BREAK!

Holiday

Mar 26

T

Exam II, 6:30 - 7:45 PM,

Apr 5

F

Deadline for late drop

Apr29-May3

M-F

Final Exam Week


 

TRIGONOMETRIC FORMULAE AND GRAPHS:

 

o        http://www.math.psu.edu/narayana/trigsheet1.pdf

o        http://www.math.psu.edu/narayana/graphtrig.htm

o        http://www.math.psu.edu/narayana/unitcircles.pdf

 



EXAM 1
MON FEB 11
ROOM: Will be announced at a later date.

 


 

You will not be allowed any calculators or formula sheets on the quizzes or exams, so make sure you're completely prepared well in advance!

 


EXAM 2
  TUE MAR 26

ROOM: Will be Announced at a Later Date.

 

<<<<<<        EXAM 2 REVIEW - sections 6.8 and 7.8  - FORMULA SHEET.

<<<<<<        EXAM 2 REVIEW - CHAPTER 11, sections 11.1-11.7  - FORMULA SHEET.


FINAL EXAM
 

 

<<<<<<        FINAL EXAM REVIEW - CHAPTER 12, sections 11.8-11.11

<<<<<<        FINAL EXAM 2 REVIEW - CHAPTER 11, sections 10.1-10.4  - FORMULA SHEET.

  • STEP BY STEP SOLUTIONS TO SAMPLE FINAL EXAMS A AND B (WE WILL DO C AND D IN CLASS)


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