Math 151 (Calculus I Math/Phys),
Sections 79 and 2022, Fall 2008 (Rutgers University)
http://sites.math.rutgers.edu/~zeilberg/teach08/math151_08.html .
Last Update: Dec.31, 2008.
Added Dec. 31, 2008: The whole wide world is now welcome to
Dr. Z.'s Calculus I
Handouts (2nd edition) (and solutions to all quizes).
Added Dec. 9, 2008: Here are the
Dr. Z.'s
solutions to Dr. Rong's Review Problems.
Added Dec. 8, 2008: Here are the
answers
to the three practice finals. Use them to check your own answers.
Added Dec.7, 2008:
Here are three practice Finals
The first two are mandatory for everyone and due Dec. 15, 2008 (bring them to final and
give them to the TA)
Members of the Second Chance Club must do all three. Of course,
the third practice final is highly recommended for everyone, but
only SCC members must handit in.
Added Dec. 7, 2008: Download the
formula sheet for the Final Exam. Get familiar with it, but don't bring it to the Final
Exam. You will get a fresh copy.
Added Dec. 7, 2008: The Final Exam will take place (for all of Dr. Z.'s sections,
that is: 07,08,09,20,21,22) on Dec. 15, 2008, 4:007:00pm, at
Livingston Classroom Building(LCB) Rooms 102 and 103.
Please come at least ten minutes early.
Added Nov. 30, 2008:
It is a good time to start to prepare for the Final Exam. Try to do your best on:
Dr. Rong's Review Problems.
(These are mandatory for the prospective members of the SCC, but highly recommended for
everyone!). I will post the complete solutions on Tues. Dec.10, but try to do your best before then,
and compare your solutions to mine.
Added Nov. 25, 2008:
You are welcome to join the
Second Chance Club.
(last update: Dec. 8 2008).
Added Nov. 29, 2008: Here are
Dr. Scheffer's Review Problems for the Final, some are good,
but some of them are too hard. I recommend that you start with the more realistic
Dr. Rong's Review Problems for the Final of Fall 2003
Added Nov. 25, 2008: Here are the
Added Nov.15, 2008:
Here are three practice exams in preparation for Exam II:
If you can do them all, you should be ready for the real exam, on Nov. 20, 2008.
As homework for Mon. Nov. 17, you must do at least two of them.
If you had a justified absence that day, you must do all three.
Here are the
answers
to all the three practice tests for Exam II.
Added Nov. 9 2008:
Here is the
formula sheet for exam II
Added Oct. 18, 2008: Here are the
Added Oct. 5, 2008:
Here is the
formula sheet for exam I
Here are three practice exams:
If you can do them all, you should be ready for the real exam, on Oct. 13, 2008.
As homework for Thurs. Oct. 9, you must do at least two of them.
If you had a justified absence that day, you must do all three.
Here are the
answers
to all the three practice tests (whenever applicable).
TEXT: Calculus, (Early Transcendentals),
Rutgers Custom Edition, 2008, by Jon Rogawski, Freeman.
PROFESSOR:
Dr. Doron ZEILBERGER ("Dr. Z") (zeilberg at math.rutgers.edu,
must include CalculusRocks in the Subject)
RECITATION LEADERS:

Mr. Vijay RAVIKUMAR (0709),
(vravikum at math.rutgers.edu) ;

Mr. Gabriel BOUCH (2022) (gbouch at math.rutgers.edu) .
Peer Mentors
 Section 7: Matt LeoneZwillinger (mattlz at gmail.com)
 Section 8: Michael Lamm, (mlamm at eden.rutgers.edu)
 Section 9: Ariel Yakubov (ayakubov at gmail.com).
 Section 20: Matthew Allinder (allinde at eden)
 Sectin 21: Asya Pritsker, (asyapritsker at hotmail.com)
 Section 22: Alice Y. Lee, (aylksw at eden.rutgers.edu)
Places and Times
 Lectures
 Recitations

Sect. 7: ARC 204, W3; Sect. 8: ARC 204, W4; Sect. 9: ARC 204, W5

Sect. 20: LSHB105, W1; Sect. 21: TILL204, W2; Sect. 22: BE121, W3
Dr. Z's Free Tutoring in lieu of Office Hours:
LSHA143, MTh 7:458:35 A.M.
Mr. Ravikumar's Office Hours: Mondays 24pm (at Hill 624) ;
Mr. Bouch's Office Hours: Tuesdays 13pm (at Hill 624)
GRADE: The max. number of points is 500, with the following breakup.

Input from Recitation Leaders (on their discretion, some combination
of workshops, official quizes and homework) 100 points.

2 Midterm Exams: 100 points each.

Final: 200 points.
460500:A ;
430459: B+ ;
400429: B ;
370399: C+ ;
325369: C ;
280324: D ;
0279: F . No Curve!.
VERY IMPORTANT

Attendance is strictly mandatory and enforced!

It is also mandatory to take notes of everything I say in class.
Please buy a SINGLESUBJECT notebook,
and write on the cover: Calc I Classnotes.
Also write your name and Email (in case it gets lost).
Don't use it for any other subjects.

Also prepare a brown envelope and title it: Calc I Homework.
The homework is to be handedin 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. tapein 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 workedexamples from the corresponding section(s) of the book.

Every lecture will end with a 10minute 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.
You should copy your answers to your notebook, so that you can
compare it against the solutions that I will Email you after
every class. If you didn't get them right, you are
very strongly encouraged to attend the next
free tutoring session at LSH A143, held every MTh 7:458:35am.
Lecture Schedule (Revised Oct. 27, 2008)
M 9/1: Labor Day ; Th 9/4: Review of Chapter 1
M 9/8: 2.1,2.2 ; Th 9/11: 2.3, 2.4
M 9/15: 2.5, 2.6 ; Th 9/18: 2.7, 2.8
M 9/22: 3.1, 3.2 ; Th 9/25: 3.3, 3.4
M 9/29: 3.5, 3.6 ; Th 10/2: 3.7, 3.8
M 10/6: 3.9, 3.10 ; Th 10/9: REVIEW
M 10/13:Exam I (through 3.8); Th 10/16: 3.11
M 10/20: 4.1, 4.8 ; Th 10/23: 4.2
M 10/27: 4.3, 4.4 ; Th 10/30: 4.5
M 11/3: 4.6 ; Th 11/6: 4.7
M 11/10: 4.9, 5.1 (first half) ; Th 11/13: 5.1 (cont'd) 5.2
M 11/17: Review ; Th 11/20: EXAM 2 (through 5.1);
M 11/24: 5.3, 5.4 ; Tuesday 11/25: 5.5, 5.6
M 12/1: 5.7, 5.8 ; Th 12/4: 6.1
M 12/8: Review ; Th 12/11: 8:4012:00 Marathon Optional Review (SEC 117)
Mandatory Homework
FINAL: Monday, Dec. 15, 2008, 4:007:00PM at:
Livingston Classroom Building(LCB) Rooms 102 and 103.