MWF 9:20–10:15 in SS-133 and Th 9:00–9:55 in PH-123.
AMAT 118, a grade of A in AMAT 112, or permission of instructor. (See the University Bulletin.)
“Honors version of second semester calculus. Same topics as AMAT 113 (techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, conics, polar coordinates, improper integrals, infinite series), but topics are covered in greater depth. This course is for students with more than average ability and more than average interest in mathematics.” (See the University Bulletin.)
James Stewart, Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Seventh Edition, Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning.
- Chapter 6: Applications of Integration.
- Chapter 7: Techniques of Integration.
- Chapter 8: Further Applications of Integration.
- Chapter 11: Infinite Sequences and Series.
- Chapter 10: Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates.
- Chapter 9: Differential Equations.
You have the option to buy the textbook together with access to WebAssign — the online homework and grading system used for this course — or to buy only the access to WebAssign. Access to WebAssign includes access to an electronic version of the textbook. One option for purchasing the textbook along with WebAssign access is here.
Grading & Examinations
- 10% — Homework.
- 20% — Quizzes.
- 20% — First Exam, Monday, October 8, 9:20–10:15 in SS-133.
- 20% — Second Exam, Thursday, November 15, 8:45–10:05 in PH-123.
- 30% — Final Exam, Tuesday, December 18, 3:30–5:30 in SS-133.
Homework will be assigned regularly on WebAssign from the exercises in the textbook. To enroll in our course on WebAssign, click here. The class key for our section is: albany 3120 6724. Once enrolled, you will have a free trial of WebAssign until September 10. Before September 10, you will need to purchase and enter an access code to continue using WebAssign once this free trial expires. Be sure to check WebAssign regularly for homework assignments as well as for all course announcements. Do all the homework, and then some — calculus is not a spectator sport!
There will be at least ten quizzes, mostly consisting of questions from the homework and statements of definitions/theorems. The two lowest scores will be dropped, and no make-up quizzes will ever be given.
Please contact me as soon as possible if you cannot make one of the exams. Retroactive or last-minute requests for a make-up exam or a reweighing of the examination grades will be ignored.
Of course, you are expected to follow the University’s Standards of Academic Integrity.