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Math 215
Spring 2019
Lecture: MWF 12:301:20, Bilger 150
Recitation: WF 9:3010:20 (sec 1) in K301, WF 10:3011:20 (sec 2) in Kel 403,
TR 1:302:20 (sec 3) in K404
Instructor:
Ralph Freese
Office: 305 Keller
Phone: 9569367
email:email me
Office hours: MF 1:302:00, W 1011 and by appointment
TAs:
Shubham Joshi, Sec 1 WF 9:3010:20 in Keller 301
Office: Keller 412
email:email him
Office hours: M 9:0010:00, WF 10:3011:30 and by appointment
Jacob Fennick, Sec 2 WF 10:3011:20 in Keller 403 and Sec 3 TR 1:302:20 in Keller 404
Office: Keller 301E
email:email him
Office hours: WF 11:301:00 and by appointment
Get ready for the final! (May 6)
What to study:

Limits:
Midterm 1,
and section 3.1 3552.

Differentiation: how to do it; critical points,
finding where the function is increasing and decreasing,
local minima and maxima, global min and max,
points of inflection. Study the problems on the midterms, quizzes
and worksheets.

Max/Min Problems: study the problems in Quiz 3
and the second midterm and Worksheet 12.

Related Rates: study the problems in
Quiz 3,
Worksheet 13, #1 and #2, Worksheet 15, #2,
and Midterm 2.

Integration: study the practice integration problems below,
and the problems on Worksheet 23 and Quiz 5.

DE's: study the problems on Worksheet 23,
Section 11.1, 121, and Section 11.2, 112 and 1522.

Resources:
Second Midterm: Friday, April 5
Midterm 2 Solutions
The test will cover 6.1 to 6.4 and 7.1 to 7.5.
Review Quizes 3, 4 and 5 (solutions for Quiz 3 and 5 are below)
and all worksheets 12 and after.
Problems to study:
 6.1 1128
 6.2 14, 2231
 6.3 136
 6.4 18, 2327
 7.1 540
 7.2 340
 7.4 139
 7.5 125
Quiz 4:
Monday, Mar 11
Problems to study:
 6.2 2225, 30, 31
 6.3 116, 3840
 6.4 13, 2227
Quiz 3 solutions.
First Midterm:
Problems to study:
 3.1 3552
 4.2 128
 4.3 2140
 4.4 134
 4.5 144
 5.1 1335
 5.2 1333
 5.3 3946
 Rules for Limits
 Please read sections 1, 2, and 5 of the Review Chapter of the text.
 See the Syllabus to
see what we will be doing this semester.
Quiz Solutions
Worksheet Solutions
Homework

The homework is online at
MyMathLab.
The code you need to register is freese44964.
The Learning Emporium

Tutors will be available in the The Learning Emporium, Bilger 209.
Open roughly from 9:00 to 4:30 daily.
Help Sheets
Definitions to Memorize
Definition of Limit:
\(\displaystyle \lim_{x \to a}\ f(x) = L\) means
that for all \(\epsilon \gt 0\)
there is a \(\delta \gt 0\) such that
\(f(x)  L \lt \epsilon\) whenever \(0 \lt x  a \lt \delta\).
Continuity:
\(f\) is continuous at \(a\) if \(\displaystyle\lim_{x \to a}\ f(x) = f(a)\).
Derivative:
\[f'(x) = \lim_{h \to 0} \frac{f(x+h)  f(x)}{h}\].
