MATH 1010 Common Outline
Instructor:
Office, email:
Office hours:
Additional material online (available through the Course website, http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/~tkolokol/classes/1010):
Prerequisites: Math 1000 or consent of the instructor.
Textbook: Calculus  Early Transcendentals, Fifth Edition, by James Stewart. Students who intend to continue Calculus in their second year are encouraged to purchase an extended version of the textbook which also covers the topics covered in Math 2001/2. Used textbooks, including previous editions, can also be used. The material hasn't changed much in the last 100 years; but the publisher regularly makes small changes in problem and chapter numbering from one edition to the next, so you need to be aware of that.
If you find the textbook difficult, you might consider the (optional) Study Guide which emphasizes the most basic ideas and includes more steps than the Solutions Manual in working through typical problems. The Guide is available through the Bookstore (a few copies will be available for shortterm borrowing in the Reserve Section of the Killam Library and in the Math&Stat Learning Centre, Chase B009).
Homework: Homework will be given out and graded electronically, using the online AIM system. Expect about one mandatory AIM assignment per week. In addition, practice questions (not graded) are given (see below).
Grading scheme: AIM Assignments: 20%; Two midterms: 30%; Final Examination: 50%. A final exam grade of at least 40% is required to pass the course. Calculators are NOT allowed during the midterm or final examinations. The first midterm and the final exam are common to all the sections. The second (inclass) midterm will be specific to your individual class section, written by your instructor. Sample midterms and finals will be provided.
Conversion scale: [050) F, [5055) D, [5558) C, [5862) C, [6265) C+, [65,70) B, [7075) B, [7580) B+, [8085) A, [8592) A, [92100] A+.
Tutorials: Please go to Room B009 and sign up for a tutorial session that fits your schedule. These are run by graduate students and consist of problem solving sessions. They are designed to give you more practice with the type of problems that might appear on exams. The sign up sheets will be up starting 4 January.
Free tutorial help:
Room B009 in the basement of Chase Building: 8.30 am  5.00 pm Monday to
Friday.
Annex in the Learning Commons: 7.00 pm 10.00 pm Monday to Thursday.
A calculus tutor will normally be available during these hours.
First come,
first served, no charge. There are also tables where you can work
together (on Math or Stats classes only, please).
Students with disabilities are encouraged to register as quickly as possible at the Student Accessibility Services if they want to receive academic accommodations. To do so please phone 4942836, email access@dal.ca , drop in at the Killam, G28 or visit our website at www.studentaccessibility.dal.ca.
Intellectual Honesty and Plagiarism: Please read the section on academic honesty in the student calendar, page 34.
Schedule: The approximate weekbyweek schedule is given below.
January 35 
Review of 5.25.5 (Definite/Indefinite integrals, FTC, Substitution Rule). Area Between Curves (6.1), Volumes by Method of Disks (6.2). 

January 812 
Volumes by Method of Cylindrical Shells (6.3). Average Value of a Function, Mean Value Theorem (6.5). 

January 1519 
Integration by Parts (7.1), Trig Integrals (7.2). 

January 2226 
Trig Substitution (7.3), Partial Fractions (7.4), Review of Integration (7.5) 

January 29  February 2 
Feb 2: No classes (Munro Day). Numerical Integration (7.7). 

February 59 
Improper Integrals (7.8), Arc Length (8.1), Optional: Center of Mass, Pappus Theorem (8.3). 

February 1216 
Parametric Curves (10.1, 10.2). Polar Coordinates (10.310.4). 

February 1923 
Study Break, no classes. 

February 26March 2 
Review. Sequences/Series (11.1, 11.2) 

March 59 
Convergence Tests (11.3, 11.4), Alternating Series (11.5) 

March 1216 
Convergence Tests cont. (11.6, 11.7), Power Series (11.8) 

March 1923 
Taylor/Maclaurin Series, radius of convergence, applications. (11.9, 11.10, 11.12). 

March 2630 
March 26: Second Midterm (in class). Differential Equations, Separable Equations, Mixing Problems (9.1, 9.3) 

April 26 
April 6: Good Friday (No classes). 
Assignments: All sections of Math 1000 do online (AIM) assignments. These are mandatory and are worth 20% of your grade. See AIM webpage for more information about these. THERE WILL BE NO MAKEUPS FOR MISSED OR LATE AIM ASSIGNMENTS.
The work you do each week is in two parts.
(a) First, you should try the oddnumbered Suggested Problems from the appropriate sections of the text. These problems are listed below and have fairly complete answers in the Solutions Manual. No credit is given for these, but they are essential. The exams will be based primarily on questions very similar to the Practice Problems. Please try hard not to use the Solutions Manual at the first hint of difficulty!
(b) Second, about once per week, there will be online AIM assignments worth 20% of your mark.
Suggested problems: The practice problems indicate the emphasis in each section. Other topics may also be covered in class.
5.4: Review as necessary 137, 45, 47.
5.5: Review as
necessary 1343, 4965, 73, 75.
6.1: 121, 25, 27, (40), 41.
6.2: 117, 47, 1929.
6.3: 15, (8), 9, 11, 1523, 37,
4145.
6.5: 19, 1317.
7.1: 15, 913,
15, 1923, 33, 45, 49, 57.
7.2: 111, 1529, 55, 59, 64.
7.3:
3, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 19, 22(hard!), 29, 30.
7.4: 111, 1525,
39, 41.
7.7: 3, 7, 15, 20, 27, 29, 30, 31, 37.
7.8: 15, 9,
15, 19, 21, 2531, 41, 57, 63, (70).
8.1: 1, 3, 711, 17, 19,
29.
10.1:
115, 25, (28), 33.
10.2: 17, 1119, 3741, 51.
10.3: 111,
1537, 41, 45, 5559.
10.4: 113, 17, 45, 47.
11.1: 139, 49,
5561.
11.2: 1, 9, 1143, 49, 57.
11.3: 1, 2, 3, 4.
11.4:
121, 37.
11.5: 113, 2331.
11.6: 113, 17, 31.
11.7:
15, 913, 17, 19.
11.8: 19, 1519, 23.
11.9:
19, 13, 15, 23, 27, 29.
11.10: 118, 2332, 4749.
11.12: 39.
9.1:
19, 13, 14
9.3: 15, 13, 14.
9.4: 15, 915, 19.
9.5:
Selection.