MATH 140  Calculus I, Fall 2009
Functions and limits, derivatives and their applications, definite and indefinite integrals with applications to geometric and physical problems, and discussion of algebraic and transcendental functions.
Math 140: Calculus I 


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Description: Functions and limits, derivatives and their applications, definite and indefinite integrals with applications to geometric and physical problems, and discussion of algebraic and transcendental functions. Instructor: Catalin Zara Office: Science 3091 Email: Include [m140fa09] in the subject line Phone: (617) 2876463 Text: Calculus, 6th Edition, by James Stewart, Brooks/Cole, 2008. ISBN 9780495011613. Class Meetings: Tu 9:30AM  10:45AM, in M010212 Th 9:30AM  11:50AM, in M010212 Office Hours: Th 11:50AM12:20PM, in M1212 TuTh 2:00PM3:00PM, in S3091 Supplemental Study Groups: 
News: Current Assignments: Due Tue, Dec 1: Due Tue, Dec 8: Important Dates: Tue, Sep 8: First class meeting Tue, Sep 15: Add/Drop ends Thu, Oct 1: Exam 1 Thu, Oct 22: Exam 2 Thu, Nov 12: Exam 3 Thu, Nov 12: P/F and late withdrawal Thu, Nov 26: No class (Thanksgiving) Tue, Dec 8: Exam 4 Thu, Dec 10: Last class meeting. Thu, Dec 17: Final Exam Useful Links: WeBWorK (at U. Rochester) Blackboard (UMass Online) 
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