
Section 1, B Hour, 99:50 a.m. MWF, Barus & Holley 158
Teaching Fellow: Gordana Stojanovic
Teaching Assistant: Brett Wick
Section times: Tuesday 910:20 a.m. at Churchill House, Room B9 and
Tuesday 45:20 p.m., Barus & Holley 163

Section 2, C Hour, 1010:50 a.m. MWF, CIT 165
Professor Thomas Banchoff (email)
Teaching Assistant: Katherine Stange
Section times: Tuesday 910:20 a.m. at Wilson 304 and Tuesday 2:303:50
p.m., Wilson 103

Section 3, E Hour, 1212:50 p.m. MWF, Barus & Holley 155
Professor Stanislav Kupin (Section Page)
Teaching Assistant: Quinxue Wang
Section times: Tuesday 45:20 p.m., Barus & Holley 160 and Tuesday
6:307:50 p.m., Rockefeller Library 412

Section 4, F Hour, 11:50 p.m. MWF, Barus & Holley 160
Teaching Fellow: Cleopatra Christoforou
Teaching Assistant: Alina Bucur
Section times: Tuesday 45:20 p.m., Rockefeller Library 412 and Tuesday
6:307:50 p.m., changed from Barus & Holley 157 to
Sayles Hall 204 as of October 3, 2002.
Section 5, G Hour, 22:50 p.m. MWF, Barus & Holley 157
Teaching Fellow: Michael Joyce
Teaching Assistant: Yongbin Jiang
Section times: Tuesday 45:20 p.m., Barus & Holley 165 and Tuesday
6:307:50 p.m., Metcalf Chemistry 305
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Text and Required Materials

Single Variable Calculus 6e (Early Transcendentals). Edwards &
Penney
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Syllabus

September 49, Sections 1.1, 1.2, 2.1
Homework
due September 11 Homework 1
solution

September 1116, Sections 1.3, 2.2, 1.5
Homework
due September 18
Homework 2 solution
 September 1823, Sections 1.4, 2.3, 2.4
Homework due September 25
Solutions3

September 2530, Sections 3.1, 3.2, 3.3
Homework due October 2
There is a solution key at this site 
Octber 2 Review
For a practice midterm, see this site.There is a solution key available at this site, with an additional comment
October 4 First Midterm Test

October 714, Sections 3,4, 3,5, 3,6
Homework due October 16
There is a solution key available at this site, 
October 1621, Sections 3.7, 3.8, 3.9
Homework due October 23
There is a solution key available at this site,

October 2328, Sections 4.3, 4,4. 4,5
Homework due October 30
There will be a solution key at this site as of
Wednesday afternoon.

October 30November 4, Sections 4.6, 4.7, 4.8
Homework due Wednesday, November 6. The
solution key is
here,
There is a practice test for the second exam available in pdf
format here . The
instructors will hand out paper copies. A solution
key is posted here.

November 6 Review

November 8 Second Midterm Test
See here for solutions to the different versions of the midterm exam.

November 1118 Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3
Homework due November 20 is here.
The solution key is here.
Homework due November 25 is here (For this assignment, late homework can be handed in
on Dec. 2.)
November 2025 Sections 5.4, 5.5, 5.6
The solution key is here.

November 27 Section 5.7

December 26, Sections 5.8, 6.2, 6.3
For Homework due on December 9, see this
site .
For a solution key, see this site.

December 9 and 11 Review
There is a practice final exam at this site
A
detailed solution key will appear at this
site. 
December 16, Final Examination
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Examinations
There will be two midterm examinations, during class hours. The first
will take place on Friday, October 4, and the second will be given on Friday,
November 8. The final examination will be at 2 p.m. on Monday, December
16.
There will be weekly homeworks, due on Wednesday in class, and a weekly
quiz given in the section meeting each Tuesday.
Although Math 9 is given only on a Satisfactory/No Credit basis, exams
will be graded as usual and students will be told, by email, what their
approximate grade would be for the course. To receive a report on
the grade for the course, and/or comments, please bring a
filledout Course Performance Report (form available at the
Registrar's Office)
or a selfaddressed
envelope to the final examination room. For purposes of establishing
a grade, homework and quizzes will each count roughly 10 per cent, the
two midterm examinations will each be worth 20 per cent, and the comprehensive
final examination will count for 40 per cent.
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Computers and Calculators
Students are encouraged to use computer programs and calculators while
studying and doing homework. Calculators and computers are not to be used
in the examinations and quizzes.
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Prerequisites
The prerequisites for this course are precalculus mathematics, including
trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic functions. No computer background
is presumed and no calculus experience is presumed.
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Academic Honesty
Ordinary Brown University policies regarding academic honesty apply to
this course.
Compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
If you have any special needs for alternative instruction and/or evaluation
procedures, please feel free to mention them so that appropriate arrangements
can be made.
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Office Hours
Prof. Banchoff's office is number 204 in the Mathematics Department Building
(Kassar House). Ordinary office hours are after class on Monday and Wednesday,
and by appointment at other times.

You may send an email message
to Prof. Banchoff or leave a telephone message at extension 31129.
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This page was updated on September 4, 2002