|See the Course Information Sheet.|
Finals are marked (posted Apr 25). I have marked the final
exams, and your course grades have been submitted and should be
available via Dal Online. Thanks everyone for a great class! The
average on the final exam was a very respectable 73 percent; not as
high as the first midterm, but much higher than midterms 2, 3, and
4. I was especially happy that several of you who had been struggling
pulled it together at the end. Good work! In the course grades, we
ended up with 18 A's (including plus or minus), 9 B's, 2 C's, 1 D, and
regrettably 5 F's. I will be away until May 7, and I'll arrange an
office hour after that, upon request, for those who want to see their
final exam. I can also send a breakdown of your grade by email. Have
a great summer!
Homework pickup (posted Apr 19). Homeworks 17 and 18 are available for pickup from the box in front of my office, Chase 303. Older homeworks are available as well, if you have not yet picked them up.
A game (posted Apr 12). For your entertainment, here is a link to that game I was talking about in class: Move Them.
Office hour moved. My office hour on Monday, April 14 will be moved to 2:30-3:30, instead of 1-2.
Review Session, April 22. We will have a review session on April 22, from 10-12, in Chase 319. Please note that this is not our usual classroom.
Homework 18. Let's remove Section 9.10 from the homework, since we didn't really get to it in class.
Final Exam Date. According to the website of the Registrar's
Office, our final exam will be on Thursday,
Office hours. My current office hours are Monday 1-2 and Wednesday 1-2.
Handout 1: Optimization problems
(Nov 4, updated Nov 11):
|H. Jerome Keisler, Elementary Calculus, An Infinitesimal Approach, Second Edition. Available from http://www.math.wisc.edu/~keisler/calc.html.|