## Differential Calculus for Scientists, M408N,
Fall 2011, Unique #s: 54850, 54855, 54860

Professor: Lorenzo Sadun,
sadun@math.utexas.edu
Teaching Assistant: Andrew Kontaxis,
akontaxis@math.utexas.edu
Lectures: TuTh 11:00-12:30, JGB 2.216

Discussion sections by unique number:

54850: MW 9-10, CBA 4.344

54855: MW 12-1, RLM 7.124

54860: MW 3-4, JES A303A

Website:
http://www.ma.utexas.edu/~sadun/F11/408N
Office: RLM 9.114
Sadun Office Hours: W10-11, Th2-3, RLM 9.114

Kontaxis Office Hours: M 10:30-12, F 2-3:30,
RLM 11.130

Phone: 471-7121
Text: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 7th Edition,
by Stewart.
Prerequisites: This class is restricted to students
in the College of Natural Sciences who have scored 70% or higher on the
ALEKS assessment. If you do not meet these conditions, you will be dropped
from the class around August 29 or 30.

The **final exam** will be on Tuesday, December 13, 9AM-noon, in Welch 2.246.
The ground rules are the same as for the midterms, except that you are allowed
*two* crib sheets instead of one. Calculators are *not* allowed.

My **office hours** on finals week are Th-F 11-12 and 2-3.

The final will have 9 multi-part problems and is designed to take about 2
hours. You'll have 3 hours to do it. Information about the problems can be
found as a Quest announcement, posted on December 7.

### ***Handouts and Other Course Information**

Six Pillars of Calculus
Blurb on limits
How to take derivatives
Blurb on L'Hôpital's Rule
Blurb on the Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus
First Day Handout
Course Schedule
Homework
Doc-cam slides
from all the lectures
First midterm, both with and
without solutions.
Second midterm, both with and
without solutions.
Final exam, both with and
without solutions.