Math 19: Calculus

Winter 2005

 Instructor: Andy Schultz Office: 380-G Office Hours: Tues: 1:00-2:00 Wed: 2:15-3:15 Thurs: 3:30-5:30 Email: aschultz_at_stanford.edu
 Course Assistant: Ken Chan Office: 380-U1 Office Hours: Mon: 2:15-4:15 Tues: 3:30-5:30 Thurs: 5:30-7:30 Email: kchan_at_math.stanford.edu

 The final exam is Wednesday, March 16, from 8:30 to 11:30 am. The exam will be held in room 420-041.

 On Tuesday, March 15, we're going to have a review session for the final. Important details include (1) Time: 6:30 pm (2) Place: Room 383-N. This is in the math building on the third floor. If you take the elevator to the third floor, the room is a little to the left as you walk out of the elevator. (3) How to get in the building: since it will be after 5pm, most doors to the building will be locked. You'll have to enter the building through the front door. (4) I'll bring lots of pizza, so come hungry. (5) I'll have some things prepared to talk about, but this should largely be an interactive review. This means you should come ready to ask questions. My strong suggestions is you work on the practice final before the review.

Course Syllabus

 Homeworks Quizzes Midterms Homework 1 (solutions) Quiz 1 (solutions) Practice Midterm 1 (solutions) Homework 2 (solutions) Quiz 2 (solutions) Midterm 1 (solutions) Homework 3 (solutions) Quiz 3 (solutions) Practice Midterm 2 (solutions) Homework 4 (solutions) Quiz 4 (solutions) Midterm 2 (solutions) Homework 5 (solutions) Quiz 5 (solutions) Practice Final (solutions) Homework 6 (solutions) Quiz 6 (solutions) Homework 7 (solutions) Quiz 7 (solutions) Homework 8 (solutions) Quiz 8 (solutions) Homework 9 (solutions) Quiz 9 (solutions) Quiz 10 (solutions)

 << Week 1 >> Wed, 1/5 Welcome to Math 19! Preliminary fun with function. Quiz 1 (solutions) Course Syllabus Fri, 1/7 The two become one: putting together old functions to make new functions. Inverse functions and our old friend the logarithm. Course Notes Precal Review

 << Week 2 >> Mon, 1/10 A fantastic function finale. Lines and slopes. An introduction to the tangent problem. Course Notes Wed, 1/12 An introduction to limits. Course Notes Fri, 1/14 Properties of limits. Course Notes Homework 1 due (solutions)

 << Week 3 >> Mon, 1/17 No Class. No Course Notes. Wed, 1/19 Properties of limits. Continuity. Course Notes Fri, 1/21 Homework discussion Homework 2 due (solutions)

 << Week 4 >> Mon, 1/24 The tangent problem. The derivative at a point. Course Notes Wed, 1/26 The derivative at a point. Course Notes Fri, 1/28 Linearization. Course Notes Homework 3 due (solutions)

 << Week 5 >> Mon, 1/31 Review for Midterm 1 No Course Notes Wed, 2/2 The derivative of a function. Course Notes Class Handout Fri, 2/4 The derivative of a function, part deux. Course Notes Homework 4 due (solutions)

 << Week 6 >> Mon, 2/7 Derivatives of polynomials and exponentials. Course Notes Wed, 2/9 The product and quotient rules. Course Notes Fri, 2/11 Applications of the derivative. Course Notes Homework 5 due (solutions)

 << Week 7 >> Mon, 2/14 Local maxs and mins. Derivatives of trigonometric functions Course NotesClass Handout Wed, 2/16 The chain rule. Course Notes Class Handout Extra Practice Problems Fri, 2/18 Practice problems. Course Notes Homework 6 due (solutions)

 << Week 8 >> Mon, 2/21 No Class. No Course Notes. Wed, 2/23 Implicit differentiation. Course Notes Fri, 2/25 Practice problems. Class Handout Homework 7 due (solutions)

 << Week 9 >> Mon, 2/28 Review for Midterm 2 No Course Notes. Wed, 3/2 The Extreme Value Theorem. Course Notes Fri, 3/4 Practice problems & optimization problems. Course Notes Class Handout Homework 8 due (solutions)

 << Week 10 >> Mon, 3/7 Optimization Problems (closed intervals) Course Notes Class Handout Wed, 3/9 Optimization Problems (open intervals) Course Notes Fri, 3/11 Practice problems & course review Homework 9 due (solutions)