Quizzes will be given almost weekly, and the average grade for the quizzes counts for 30% of the final grade.
A quiz typically consists of four problems taken from the homework.
The following are not part of the grading scheme:
- Attendance
However, missing the classes one misses at least the quizzes which are a part of the grade.
- Homework
The homework will be given every class, and the problems proposed for quizzes are taken
from the homework.
Contents
and Homework assignments
CHAPTER 7 Transcendental functions
7.1: 1-6,11,12,13-18,33,35,37,49
7.2: 1-77 odd
7.3: 1-119,121,123,127,131 odd
7.4: 1-95 odd, 107
7.5: 1-17 odd, 29
7.6: 1-65 odd
CHAPTER 8 Techniques of integration
8.1: 1-35 odd
8.2: 1-21 odd, 39,41,43
8.3: 1-21 odd
8.4: 1-37 odd
8.7: 1-73 odd
CHAPTER 9 Infinite sequences and series
9.1: 1-83 odd
9.2: 1-49 odd
9.3: 1-27 odd
9.4: 1-39 odd
9.5: 1-41 odd
9.6: 1-41 odd
9.7: 1-41 odd
9.8: 1-27 odd
9.9: 1-15 odd, 29,31,33
9.10: 1-15 odd
CHAPTER 16 First order differential equations
16.1: 1-9
16.2: 1-21
CHAPTER 17 Second order differential equations
17.1: 1-59
17.5: 1-17
Homework, Class and Quizzes Structure
- Homework is assigned every class. It consists of reading theory and solving problems.
Both assignments are from the book.
- In Class I briefly recall the theory which is assumed to be already read by students;
most difficult concepts are explained in details; most important ideas are emphasized. After that
I explain on the blackboard as many problems in the connection with the material under the consideration
as time allows. The rest of the problems and a new material
to read are assigned as the next homework.
- Quizzes contain four problems; these are problems taken from the homework.