Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College 2101 14th Street Cloquet, Minnesota 55720 Office: W217 Phone: 218-879-0840 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Spring 2021 Class Schedule: 10-10:50 M W F College Algebra Room 228 11-11:50am M W F Calculus 1 Room 256 12-12:50pm M Programming Room 208 6- 8:45pm W Statistics Room 256 Office Hours in Room W217: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1pm 10am 5pm noon 9am
All materials handed out in class will be on D2L.
Calculus, by Thomas & Finney; pub Addison Wesley 9th: ISBN: 0201531747 , or Alternate: ISBN 0-321-19363-6 (These two editions are page-for-page identical.) This textbook is in the FDLTCC bookstore at a modest price. You can also usually find used copies online at very reasonable prices.
You may have a calculator already, but make sure that it is a scientific calculator. If you need to buy one, I recommend a cheap calculator like a TI-30XS Multiview. This does what you need, and the bookstore sells them for under $20 . If you have a problem getting one, let me know. You need to have it available for all assignments. You do not need a more expensive graphing calculator, but, if you have one, it will be fine.
This is software like Mathematica and Maple which can do symbolic algebra, graphing, and many other mathematical things, but SageMath is free. A jupyter notebook with SageMath should be available later in this course; in the meanwhile, SageMathCell from the link above works well.
4 tests 4x100 = 400 1 final 200 50 homework 2x50 = 100 ----------------------- 700 total 90-100% A 80-90% B 70-80% C 60-70% D 0-60% F
This course addresses FDLTCC liberal education requirements (Competencies Across the Curriculum) in problem solving and technology. You should come to class everyday! This is the easy way to do well in any course, and it is especially true for math classes. There are exercises in the text for you to do, and these are usually answered at the end of each chapter. You will also get homework assignments on handouts, and you should complete then hand these in at the beginning of the next class. You homework grade is based on completing and turning in these homework handouts. You will also get sample exams which will be similar in length and content to the in-class exams. Let me know if there is are accommodations you need for the class.
Mon jan09 1 p1 reals h1 Tue jan10 2 p2 plane, increments h2 Wed jan11 3 p3 functions h3 Thu jan12 4 p4 graphing h4 Fri jan13 5 p5 trig defs h5 Mon jan16 H Tue jan17 6 p5 trig graphs h6 Wed jan18 7 p5 trig identities h7 Thu jan19 8 1.1 rates of change h8 Fri jan20 9 1.2 limits h9 Mon jan23 10 1.3 formal limits h10 Tue jan24 11 1.4 extension of limits h11 Wed jan25 12 1.5 continuity h12 Thu jan26 13 1.6 tangent lines h13 Fri jan27 14 T1 Mon jan30 15 2.1 the derivative h14 Tue jan31 16 2.2 differentiation h15 Wed feb01 17 2.2 review, 2.3 rates of change (some applications) Thu feb02 18 2.4 trig derivatives h16 Fri feb03 19 2.5 chain rule h17 Mon feb06 20 2.5 Tue feb07 21 2.6 chain rule Wed feb08 22 2.6 implicit diff h18 Thu feb09 23 2.7 related rates h19 Fri feb10 24 STARS Mon feb13 25 T2 Tue feb14 26 3.1 extreme values h20 Wed feb15 27 3.2 mean value theorem h21 Thu feb16 28 3.3 1st derivative test h22 Fri feb17 29 3.4 graph with y' and y" h23 Mon feb20 H Tue feb21 30 3.6 optimization h24 Wed feb22 31 3.6 optimization Thu feb23 32 3.7 differentials and linearization h25 Fri feb24 33 3.8 Newton's method h26 Mon feb27 34 3.8 lab on Newton's method h27 Tue feb28 35 3.5 infinite limits h28 Wed mar01 36 T3 Thu mar02 37 4.1 indefinite integral h29 Fri mar03 38 4.2 differential notation h30 Mon mar06 39 4.3 substitution h31 Tue mar07 40 4.3 substitution Wed mar08 41 4.4 estimation with Riemann sums h32 Thu mar09 42 4.5 Riemann sums h33 Fri mar10 43 4.6 mean value theorem h34 Spring break Mon mar20 44 4.7 fundamental theorem of calculus h35 Tue mar21 45 4.8 sub in def integrals h36 Wed mar22 46 4.9 numerical integration lab h37 Thu mar23 47 5.1 area between curves h38 Fri mar24 48 5.1 Mon mar27 49 5.2 volumes by slicing h39 Tue mar28 50 5.3 solids of revolution h40 Wed mar29 51 5.4 cylindrical shells h41 Thu mar30 52 5.5 length of plane curves h42 Fri mar31 53 5.7 moments and centers of mass h43 Mon apr03 54 5.7 Tue apr04 55 5.8 Work h44 Wed apr05 56 5.8 Thu apr06 57 5.9 fluid forces h45 Fri apr07 58 5.9 Mon apr10 59 T4 Tue apr11 60 6.1; 6.2 natural log h46 Wed apr12 61 6.1; 6.2 natural log Thu apr13 62 6.3 exponential function h47 Fri apr14 63 6.4 6.4 a^x and log_a(x) h48 (last day to withdraw from classes) Mon apr17 64 6.5 growth and decay h49 Tue apr18 65 6.6 L-Hopital's rule h50 Wed apr19 66 6.7 Relative Rates of Growth H51 Thu apr20 67 6.8 inverse trig functions; 6.9 derivatives H52 Fri apr21 68 6.8 Mon apr24 69 6.10 hyperbolic trig functions H53 Tue apr25 70 6.11 separable differential equations H54 Wed apr26 71 6.11 1st order differential equations Thu apr27 72 6.12 applications Fri apr28 73 6.12 Euler's shooting methods Mon may01 74 6.12 Euler's method (+ improvements) Tue may02 75 Review for Final Wed may03 T1 Thu may04 T2 (10-11:50 MATH 1010 Room 228) (Final 12-1:50pm CS 1020 Room 208) Fri may05 T3 11am-12:50pm MATH 2001 Room 256 Mon may08 T4 Tue may09 H FDL Memorial Day Wed may10 Thu may11 Commencement Fri may12