Math 124A Summer 2012

Lecture
M,W,F 1:10-2:10 PAA A214

Quiz Section
T,TH 1:10-2:10 PAA A214
Instructor
Matthew Junge

Teaching Assistant
Becca Uhlman
Email
jungem@uw.edu

Email
uhlmanr@math.washington.edu
Office Hours
M;F PAA A214  2:15-3:15
Office Hours
TBA

Links
Announcements
  1. (8/17) Here are the solutions to the final day 1 and day 2.
  2. (8/6) Here are the solutions to Matt's Special Challenge 2.
  3. (7/27) Matt's Special Challenge 2 is up and running. Turn it in to me by Monday 8/6. It is worth up to 15 points extra credit on HW7 and a gold star.
  4. (7/18) It occurred to me that it might be convenient to have all of the lecture notes in one pdf. This link will live update to stay current with all of the material we have covered.
  5. (7/18) Here is the regrade request form and midterm scores distribution.
  6. (7/16) The midterm is tomorrow at the normal class time. You are allowed one page front and back of handwritten notes. Scientific calculators only. 
  7. (7/10) We are actually going to do 10.2 before 3.5. Ignore what I said on Monday (7/9) about implicit differentiation; that will happen in week 5. The calendar and lecture notes now accurately reflect this change.
  8. (7/10) Quiz 2 will cover everything up to but not including the chain rule.
  9. (7/3) Quiz 1 will cover all the material up to Lecture 4.
  10. (7/2) The solutions to Matt's Special Challenge #1... Quite the workout!
  11. (6/26) Matt's Special Challenge #1, is to writeup solutions to problems 38,44 (a),(b) in section 2.4 of the book. This is due in lecture on 7/2. You can earn up to 15 points of extra credit on HW2. Keep in mind this is entirely supplemental and will have nothing to do with the homework or exams.
  12. (6/22) I changed the date of the quizzes. It gives us a little more time.
  13. (6/22) Here are the survey results. It seems that the current pace is generally acceptable. I'll check in again when the material becomes more intense.
  14. (6/19) I added a fourth quiz to the course. It is actually to your advantage. See syllabus for details.
Calendar 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1
June 18 
Intro, 10.1
June 19
June 20
2.1, 2.2
Lecture 2
June 21

June 22
2.2,2.3
Lecture 3 
2
June 25
2.3, 2.5 ,2.6
HW 1 Due
Lecture 4
June 26

June 27
2.6, 2.7

June 28

June 29
2.7, 2.8
HW2 Due 7/2

3
July 2
3.1, 3.2
July 3
July 4

No Class
  
July 5

Quiz 1
Solutions
July 6
3.3, 3.4
HW 3 Due
4 July 9
3.4
Workout #2
LectureNotes
July 10
July 11
10.2
LectureNotes
July 12

Quiz 2
July 13
HW 4 Due
ReviewOutline
5
July 16
July 17
Midterm 
Solutions
(10.1, 2.1-3.4)
July 18
10.2
July 19

July 20
3.5, 3.6
LectureNotes
HW5 7/22 !
6
July 23
 3.6; 3.9
July 24
July 25
3.6; 3.9
LectureNotes
July 26


July 27
3.10
HW6 due 7/29 
LectureNotes
7
July 30
July 31
August 1
August 2

Quiz 3
August 3
4.4
HW7 due 8/5
LectureNotes
8
August 6
4.4, 4.5
August 7
WS Sol.
August 8
4.5, 4.7
LectureNotes
August 9
HW 8 Due
Quiz 4
August 10
4.7

9
August 13
4.7, Review
August 14
August 15
Review
HW 9 Due
August 16
Final Part 1
August 17
Final Part 2