Math 111

# Math 111: Calculus

```Instructor: Franz Lemmermeyer
Office: FEN 116
```

### Textbook

Thomas' Calculus by Finney, Weir, Giordano, updated 10th edition

### Homework

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I am also supposed to tell you that "if you don't staple your 5 page homework, each page will end up at a different corner of the world." [Actually 4 pages suffice]. And:
Anything which makes the grading difficult will earn negative points!
• ```HW I due October 14 (in class) is as follows:
page 9, exercise 33
page 22, exercise 45
page 42, exercise 36
page 65, exercises 17-18
page 79, exercises 98-99
I got the email announing the homework after I had assigned other problems. If you do those I assigned, I will count it as extra-credit. In any case I think that solving 7 problems in more than three weeks is nowhere near enough. Learning mathematics requires solving many problems.
• A few problems for your entertainment.
• ```HW II due November 11 (in class) is as follows:
page 123, exercise 43 (just compute the limit; no graphing)
page 133, exercise 37 (hint: you will need intermediate value theorem)
page 144, exercise 12 (epsilon-delta; don't let me down)
page 178, exercise 24 (straight forward)
page 179, exercise 30 (trivial)
```
• ```HW III due November 18 (in class) is as follows:
page 185, exercise 42
page 195, exercise 38
page 196, exercise 51
page 204, exercise 36
page 206, exercise 57```
• ```HW IV due Dec 01 (day before class; please put your homework
into the "HW Box" in front of Suleyman Tek's office (SA-140).)
page 215, exercise 27
page 215, exercise 34
page 221, exercise 104
page 222, exercise 5
page 235, exercise 42
pdf file
```
• ```HW V due Dec 16 in class:
page 255, exercise 31
page 255, exercise 32
page 257, exercise 61
page 310, exercise 14
page 310, exercise 16
pdf file
```
Comments on the solution of some of the problems.
• ```HW VI due Dec 23 in class:
page 293, exercise 10
page 329, exercises 29-32
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• MEETING Saturday, Dec. 20, 11:00 at my Office FEN 116. I'll leave a note to those who cannot make it on time. Feel free to bring tea or coffee. Here are a few problems from the book with solutions and comments. If there's anything else I can do, let me know.

### Schedule

• Tu 23.09. lines, slopes
• Th 25.09. functions, graphs
• Tu 29.09. exponential functions
• Th 02.10. logarithms
• Tu 07.10. trigonometric functions
• Th 09.10. inverse trig functions; parametric equations
• Tu 14.10. Limits (1.1)
• Th 16.10. Limits (1.2)
• Sat 18.10 Midterm 1 (what you need to know)
• Tu 21.10 Continuity, derivatives
• Th 23.20 Derivatives
• Tu 28.10 epsilon-delta, quiz
• Th 30.10 discussion of quiz, derivatives
• Tu 04.11 Examples
• Th 06.11 More Examples
• Tu 11.11
• Th 13.11 related rates
• Tu 18.11 Related rates, maxima, minima
• Th 20.11 Rolle, Intermediate value theorem
• Tu 02.12 (Stepanov)
• Th 04.12 Examples.
• Sa 06.12 Midterm 2, 10:00 - 12:00; list of places. Here are the answers to a few questions by email; here's part B.
```Exam papers can be seen in SAZ-21
between 17:30-18:30 by lastname on the
following days ONLY:
KARAGENC-ZEYTINOGLU December 25 Thursday ```
• Tu 09.12 Optimization
• Th 11.12 Linearization
• Tu 16.12 Antiderivatives
• Th 18.12 Substitution, Estimating areas
• Tu 23.12 Riemann sums
• Th 25.12 Mean Value Theorems, Quiz
• Sat. 27. 12, 11:00, FEN 116: Practice Exam 1 (hints/solutions), mainly Chapter 4. For suggested exercises, see Tekman's list Here are some of these problems with hints. Here are some more.
• Tu 30.12 4.6 and 5.1; hints for some problems.
• Th 01.01. New Year's Day
• Tu 06.01. 5.2, 5.3. problems for 5.3.
• Th 08.01. problems; Quiz 6. (solution)
• Sat 10.01 11:00, FEN 116: Practice Exam 2
• Answers to questions: 1; 2; 3;
• Jan 16, 9:00 FINAL
• Jan 20, Tuesday 10:00 - 11:00, SAZ-21: `exam watch'.