Important announcements are to be placed here.
Check often!Final Exam
will take place on January 16, Friday between 9:00-11:00.
Check this page
for the room assignment.
Using a wrong room will result in a penalty! Do not forget your Bilkent University ID cards!For a while, homeworks will be assigned weekly.
Check this page or, better yet,
Papers are to be deposited to a box at SA-140 before midnight on the due day.Homework V
(due December 15) has been assigned!!!
Here it is (see this page
page 255, exercise 31
page 255, exercise 32
page 257, exercise 61
page 310, exercise 14
page 310, exercise 16
Pay special attention to page 255 and page 310 problems!
Try to solve (yourself!) as many graphing and optimization problems as you can!
There's no other way to learn this stuff!
Please address all quiz related questions to the assistant:
Inan Utku Turkmenno spamMath 111 Help Sessions will start
on September 30
Place: SAZ-20 and SAZ-21;
Time: Every Tuesday and Thursday 16:30-18:30 Currently this is a voluntary activity designed to help
you to learn calculus. You can ask questions, discuss topics you
have difficulties with, get problem solving help, etc. BTW, about the
same you can get from me during my office hours.
[Top][Home]Instructor: Alex Degtyarev
Office: SA 130
Anti-derivatives; uniqueness; indefinite integrals; simple integration
(using the basic rules/formulas and substitution)
Riemann sums; definite integrals;
the fundamental theorems of integral calculus and their applications
(evaluating definite integrals; differentiating an integral with respect
to its limits)
Grading policy *
I will take off a few (2-3) points for arithmetical mistakes. However,
a lot of points will be taken off for `obvious'
mistakes, i.e., either those that you can easily avoid or those
showing a deep misunderstanding of the subject. This includes, but
is not limited to, the following:
Wrong dimension in a physical problem
Things that don't make sense
Mismatch of the data obtained in a graph (say, the only minimum of a
continuous function lies above the only maximum, or function is concave
up at a point of maximum, etc.)