# Math 152 (Calculus II Math/Phys), Sections 07,08,09, Fall 2005 (Rutgers University)

Last Update: Dec. 20, 2005.
Added Dec. 20, 2005: The Whole World in now welcome to Dr. Z.'s Crystal-Clear Calculus II Handouts.

You may also be interested in Dr. Scheffer's Review Questions for the Final and Dr. Z's Solutions

Note: this webpage is specific for Sections 07-09. For general information, and workshop info, see http://sites.math.rutgers.edu/courses/151-152/index.html (Math 151-152 General Information).

Solutions to Exam II

For extra practice also look at Solutions to Exam II for the 8:40am class

Dr. Z's Review Questions for the Final (This is mandatory homework, due Dec. 16, 2005)
Added Dec. 5, 2005: The Final Exam (Dec. 16, 2005, 4:00-7:00pm) will be held at Scott 123 (CAC).
Added Dec. 4, 2005: How to Repent for your Exam II Sins
Added Dec. 4, 2005: Download the Formula Sheet for the Final .
Added Dec. 1, 2005: Mark your calendar! Marathon Review Session (mandatory!) on Wed. Dec. 14, 7:45am-11:45am, Hill 116.
Dr. Scheffer's Review Questions for the Final
Practice for Exam II (due Nov. 28, bring to the exam)
Added Nov. 26, 2005: Here are the Answers .
Added Oct. 26, 2005: How to Repent for your Exam I Sins

Added Oct. 23, 2005: Download, print out (and study carefully!) the Correct Solutions to Exam I

For extra practice, I also recommend that you study the Correct Solutions to Exam I of my 8:40 Class

• Formula Sheet for Exam I
• Dr. Scheffer's Review Questions for Exam I
TEXT: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, Fifth Edition, 2003, by James Stewart, Thompson-Brooks/Cole, ISBN 0-534-39330-6.

PROFESSOR: Dr. Doron ZEILBERGER ("Dr. Z")
RECITATION LEADER: Ms. Corina CALINESCU .

CLASSROOMS: Lectures: PH115 (Busch Campus)
Recitations: Section 07: SEC211 (Busch Campus) Section 08: SEC202 (Busch Campus) Section 09: ARC110 (Busch Campus)

Lecture Times: Mondays and Thursdays, 12:00noon-1:20pm.
Recitation Times: Section 07: T 8:40am-10:00am; Section 08: T 10:20-11:40; Section 09: T 12:00noon-1:20pm.
Free Tutoring Session by Dr. Z: Hill 116, MTh 7:45-8:35am. Instead of office hours, I will be conducting free tutoring sessions for all my sections. If you need extra help with the homework, I will be going over it in great detail, making sure you understand everything.
Electronic Addresses: [zeilberg, calines] at math dot rutgers dot edu . [Must include the word MathIsFun].
Dr. Zeilberger's "Office Hours": My office is Hill 704, but since I am conducting free tutoring, there are no other scheduled office hours. If you can't make the tutoring session, E-mail me for an appointment or call (732) 445-1326.
Ms. Calinescu's Office Hours: Tues. 3:00-4:30pm (tent.) TBA
Peer Mentors: Sec 07: Alex Conway [alexanco at eden dot rutgers dot edu]   Sec. 08: Riyesh R. Menon [riyesh_04 at hotmail dot com]   Sec. 09: Rohan R. Panjwani [panjwani at eden dot rutgers dot edu]  .

GRADE: The max. number of points is 500, with the following breakup.

• Input from Recitation Leader (on her discretion, some combination of workshops, official quizes and homework) 100 points.
• 2 Midterm Exams: 100 points each.
• Final: 200 points.
460-500:A ;   430-459: B+ ;   400-429: B ;   370-399: C+ ;   325-369: C ;   280-324: D ;   0-279: F . No Curve!.

Calculators are NEVER allowed on exams and quizes.

VERY IMPORTANT:

• Attendance is strictly mandatory and enforced!
• It is also mandatory to take notes of everything I say in class. Please buy a SINGLE-SUBJECT notebook, and write on the cover: Calc II Classnotes. Also write your name and E-mail (in case it gets lost). Don't use it for any other subjects.
• Also prepare a brown envelope and title it: Calc II Homework. The homework is to be handed-in to the Recitation Leader and will be checked by the peer mentors.
• Take careful notes during the lectures (and recitations, of course, but use a different notebook for that), and do all the homework.
• If you have a justified absence, then in your notebook, in the space where you would have taken classnotes, date it, explain why you were absent (e.g. tape-in doctor's note, or a signed statement: "I swear on my honor that I felt so bad that I couldn't make it"), and then in your own handwriting copy all the worked-examples from the corresponding section(s) of the book.
• Every lecture will end with a 10-minute informal quiz, asking you to do some problems covered in that day's class. It doesn't count towards the grade, but I use it first, to check attendance (it is more efficient than calling 75 names), but more importantly, to make sure that you know how to do the problems. On the `quiz' you will also put your E-mail address, so if I see that you need help in doing these problems, I can write you E-mail strongly encouraging you to come to the next free tutoring session (Hill 116, MTh 7:45-8:35am).

## Lecture Schedule

```                       ;   Th 9/1: 6.1, 6.2

M 9/5: Labor Day       ;   Th 9/8: 6.3

M 9/12: 6.4, 6.5       ;   Th 9/15: 7.1

M 9/19: 7.2, 7.3       ;   Th 9/22: 7.4, 7.5

M 9/26: 7.7            ;   Th 9/29: 7.8

M 10/3: 8.1, 8.2       ;   Th 10/6: 9.1, 9.2, 9.3

M 10/10: 9.3, 9.4      ;   Th 10/13: Review

M 10/17: Review        ;   Th 10/20: EXAM I (in classroom during usual classtime)

M 10/24: 11.1, 11.2    ;   Th 10/27: 11.3, 11.4

M 10/31: 11.5, 11.6    ;   Th 11/3: 11.6, 11.7

M 11/7:  11.8          ;   Th 11/10: 11.9

M 11/14: 11.10         ;   Th 11/17: 11.10, 11.11

M 11/21: Review        ;   Th 11/24: Thanksgiving

M 11/28: Exam II       ;   Th 12/1: 11.12

M 12/5: 10.1,10.2,10.3 ;   Th 12/8: 10.4

M 12/12: Review        ;  W 12/14: Marathon Review, 7:45-11:45am, Hill 116

Fr 12/16: 4-7pm, FINAL (place: Scott 123 (CAC) )
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## Mandatory Homework for Math 152 Sections 07-09 (inspected by peer mentors)

See http://sites.math.rutgers.edu/~zeilberg/homework152b.html