MATH 150.09
Tuesday, Friday
11:101:00 pm
Assembly Hall (HN 118)
email:
mbendersky1@gmail.com

Tom Lehrer is a mathematician who
wrote and sang satirical songs in the 60's. Here is a link to Tom
Lehrer singing songs about calculus
The official text for the course
is a bundle, consisting of Essentiial Calculus by James Stewart,
Second Edition + webassign .
Use this
Course ID to add your class after you have purchased the textbook
bundle (or signed up for webassign online if you don't want a
physical book) and have created your own student account with your
Access Code.
Course
Name:Math 150Fall2018 Section 09
Course ID:hunter 9366 1706
Each problem
set is in two parts. First there are the sets listed below. These
problems are not to be handed in. You should definitely do the first
few problems and those marked by an asterisk (*). Some of the
problems on the exams will be modeled on these problems.
The
second part is a list of problems (listed by section) on webassign
which will be computer graded and count towards 10% of your final
grade.
The deadline for completing the online homework sets are a
few weeks after the exam that will test those topics (except for the
final where the deadline is the end of the course). DO NOT ASK FOR AN
EXTENSION. You must do the homework problems before they are
examined. This should be obvious. If you have not done the homework
before it is due you are not using the homework effectively.
Homework
for Math 150
Dates of exams may change. Don't forget to
periodically refresh this web page (otherwise you may not see the
changes.)
Exam
I Friday October 12
sections
1.3  2.7
You will not
have to prove any theorems!! However there will be problems which
depend on understanding the statements of
(i) The intermediate
value theorem (Theorem 9 page 52)
and
(ii) A function that has
a derivative is continuous (theorem 4 page 88)
You are
expected to be able to apply the rules for limits and the derivative,
There will be a related rates problem. There will be problems on the
exam that require some or all of the above. There will be multiple
choice questions.
Bring a
pencil!!!
Exam
II, Tuesday November 6
The
exam will cover material from the last exam>3.7
A PARTIAL
list of topics that will be on the exam:There will be a problem on
Linear approximation and Differentials e.g. Problems of type 1114 or
problems of type 1718 page 139. There may be a problem on the Mean
value theorem, Page 154, e.g. Problems 912 Page 157. A problem on
how the derivative effects the shape of a curve i.e sections 3.33.4.
There will be an Optimization problem (section 3.5), and questions on
anti derivatives (section 3.7)
Exam
III. Tuesday December 4 .
There will be a problem on
Riemann sums, as in problem 2, page 221 problems 1517 on page 222.
There will be problems on displacement as on page 232 #5960. There
will be an area between curves problem. Of course this is not a
complete list of what will appear on the exam which includes material
up to and including section 7.3.
BRING
A PENCIL
Last
day of classes Tuesday Dec 11
The
final exam will be Tuesday December 18, 9:00  11:00.
SOME
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FINAL: There will be problems on
computing limits using the limit rules.
You will have to use
linear approximation or differentials to estimate a function.
You
will have to recognize a limit as the derivative of some function.

Problems on curve sketching
max/min
related rates
derivatives
The fundamental theorem