Stewart Calculus provides lecture slides for Essential Calculus, highlighting the main ideas presented in each section. We have posted these lecture slides on D2L under Content>Stewart Slides for your use.
A few comments about sections 7.6 and 7.7:
For section 7.6 on applications to physics and engineering, we will be covering the topics of work and center of mass. For center of mass problems you may assume uniform density for all problems. We will not be covering hydrostatic pressure and force, or Theorem of Pappus, which are interesting topics that you may wish to read about but you will not be given any exam problems on these subjects.
For section 7.7 on differential equations, we will be covering the topics of separable equations and logistic growth. You should be familiar with the logistic growth differential equation highlighted as Equation 7 in the textbook and you should understand how to find the solution for the equation but you need not memorize the answer. We will not be covering direction fields and mixing problems.
Exam 1 problems and solutions have been posted.
Exam 1 is scheduled for Wednesday, February 10, 78:30 pm. A formula sheet, review sheet, and study guide are now available. and can be found below.
The Stewart Calculus website offers a supplement on integration techniques, including integration by parts, partial fractions, and trigonometric integrals. Full solutions are provided for the oddnumbered exercises. This is an excellent resource for sections 6.1 to 6.3.
Extra practice problems will be available on WebAssign this semester. Scroll to the end of your Current Assignments and you will find Practice 6.1 containing problems from section 6.1 of the Stewart textbook. Practice 6.2 will become available on Friday after HW 6.2 has been submitted. A new practice section will appear after the due date for each section of the textbook. We strongly recommend that you make use of these extra practice problems throughout the semester.
Reading ahead: To encourage you to read ahead and be prepared for lecture, each WebAssign assignment will include 12 questions from the next day's material.
Welcome to APPM 1360 Spring 2016!
General Information
Text: Essential Calculus, Second Edition (with Enhanced WebAssign), by James Stewart (ISBN 823). Note that WebAssign access is required for online homework. The ISBN given here comes bundled with a WebAssign access code that will be good for Calculus 3 as well.
WebAssign: Online homework can be found on WebAssign. If you purchased a WebAssign access code previously, you should be able to reuse the same code. Otherwise all students will have a twoweek grace period of access from the beginning of the semester after which they will have to purchase access. If you have a used copy of the textbook, WebAssign access codes can be purchased separately online.
Desire2Learn: Lecture notes, homework solutions, and student grades will be posted to D2L.
Lecture

Instructor

Lecture Location

Lecture Day & Time

Office Location

Office Hours

110

ECCR 200

MWF 88:50

ECCR 241

MWF 99:40, Tu 1112, and by appt

120

MUEN E0046

MWF 99:50

ECOT 242

MW 1011 and by appt

130

MWF 1010:50

140

ECCR 265

MWF 1111:50

ECOT 220

M 13, Th 1112:30

160

MWF 11:50

ECOT 331

M 1011, Tu 9:3011:30, and by appt

170

MWF 22:50

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