Calculus 2: Math 152, Section 55
|Instructor: David Duncan |
|Email: david.duncan2[at]gmail.com |
|Office Hours: M 4:30-5:30 pm, W 10:30-11:30 am |
Additonal office hours are available by appointment.
|Class Times: T, Th, F 12:00-1:20 pm |
|Class Locations: SEC 220|
Homework will be due every Thursday at the beginning of class, unless otherwise specified.
Homework 7 Due 3/22 (Note: This has been modified.)
Homework 3 Due 2/9 (Note: This has been modified.)
Workshop writeups will be due every Thursday at the beginning of class, unless otherwise specified.
Workshop 12.1 Complete the assignment described in the link to the left. Here is the list of each person's sections. Due 4/26
Workshop 12 See Workshop 12.1 above for the assignment.
Workshop 8 Write Up Problem 1, Due 3/22. Also, write up problem 3 for a take-home quiz, Due 3/20.
Workshop 7 Write Up Any Problem (Your Choice), Due 3/8
Workshop 4 Write Up Problem 4 and two of the three other problems (or your choice), Due 2/14
The final exam will be held on Thursday 5/3 from 4-7 pm in SEC 207. The exam will be closed book and you cannot use a calculator or notes.
I will be holding additional office hours on Sunday 4/29 from 8-10 pm in Hill 425. In addition to this, two other instructors will be holding review sessions during the reading days:
Tue May 1 from 12-3 pm in Hill 116 by Dr. Soffer. Here is the exercise sheet for the review session. You should also be able to find this review session streaming here (go to the bottom of the page).
Wed May 2 from 1-4 pm in ARC 103 by Dr. Noone.
Here are some additional review problem sets for the Final:
Our second midterm will be held on Friday 4/6 during the usual lecture time. The exam will be closed book and you cannot use a calculator or notes.
The second midterm will test on everything that we have covered since the first midterm. Explicitly, this includes 7.6-7.8, 8.4, and 10.1-10.7. You are also expected to know the material covered on the first exam, though this material may not be tested explicitly. For example, I could give you a problem that asks you to evaluate an improper integral, and the integral may require partial fractions.
As with the first midterm, this exam will be in 'Part I/Part II' format. Here is the list of possible Part I questions.
See the course webpage for additional practice materials.
Our first midterm will be held on Tuesday 2/14 during the usual lecture time. The exam will be closed book and you cannot use a calculator or notes.
The midterm will be in 'Part I/Part II' format. Here is the list of possible Part I questions.
Here are some additional review problems:
Last modification 4/27/12