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University Calculus I
MATH 122

Fall 2012

Section 1
MWF 8:40-9:50 -- Fenton 158


Your final exam will take place 8:30am - 10:30am on Tuesday, December 18!
Review session 6:00pm-8:00pm Sunday in Fenton 158

List of Round Two presentation examples (Updated November 30--Now finalized!)

Online Lecture for 4.9--Antiderivatives Study this before completing WA#21 (not posted yet)

WebAssign guide -- Just the basics

NOTES:
Here is the Review sheet for the final exam. The non-graded assignment Additional review for final exam will be available on WebAssign, focusing on the material covered since Exam 2. Review for Exam 1 and Review for Exam 2 have also been reactivated there for review on the previous materal. Finally, here's another review sheet (in Microsoft Word) made by my supplemental instructor a few years ago--Note we didn't cover the material for the last four parts of Problem 5.

PowerPoint presentations will sometimes be used in class. Files with regular PowerPoint will usually be posted on ANGEL (under "Lessons") by 5:30pm the day before class. The presentation posted might not be exactly the one used in class, as the need to preserve surprises or include last-minute changes sometimes arises. Additional caveat: The PowerPoint presentation can never capture EVERYTHING that goes on in class or accurately replicate the classroom experience. Files with clicker questions will be posted after class.



Web Resources

A map to calculus -- Although this is for a calculus course structured very differently from our own, it will be helpful for you to begin developing your own mental concept map for calculus.

WebAssign login page -- Use this to do your online homework.

Continuity and Infinitesimals article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy -- Gives an extensive history of the struggles and debates that raged as people tried to understand these concepts

Zeno's Paradoxes -- In Wikipedia

The Learning Center -- Math tutors here can assist you in learning calculus (once it opens on September 10).

SUNY Fredonia Counseling Center -- Services are free and confidential.

Official companion web site for our textbook -- contains online quizzes you can use for practice

Calculus: Modeling and Application -- An interactive, online, no longer free :( calculus textbook that provides a valuable alternate perspective to ours

SUNY Fredonia Department of Mathematical Sciences Master Syllabus for MATH 122
-- Contains additional information beyond our course syllabus, including detailed course objectives

Calculus.org at UC-Davis -- Problems, tips, careers ... vast "Resources for the Calculus Student"

Eric Weisstein's Wolfram MathWorld -- Claims to be the web's most extensive mathematics resource

Karl's Calculus Tutor -- Try it, you'll like it!

Includes Why Bother to Learn Calculus?
mathmistakes.info -- Features actual student mistakes and how to avoid them, as well as flashcards and other resources

Mathemagic -- Includes some practice calculus exams

Guidelines for Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning General Education courses (such as this course)


Please let me know about any errors on these pages. Thanks!