Friday, October 30, 2015
 The Quiz on Thursday, November 5 will cover all material covered in classes 120.
 Theorems you must be able to precisely state: The Intermediate Value Theorem (both versions), The Extreme Value Theorem,
Rolle's Theorem, The Mean Value Theorem and its two corollaries.
 Theorems you must be able to prove: constant rule, sum rule, constant multiplier
rule, product rule, and quotient rule of derivatives, if the derivative exists at a relative extrema, it is zero there, Rolle's Theorem, the Mean Value Theorem and the two corollaries resulting from it.
You should also expect to be asked to prove things such as the of derivatives, and also, (from previous classes) limit of sinx/x as
x approaches zero or to differentiate sinx, cosx, other trigonometric functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, and
other basic functions we have differentiated in class and in the handouts.
 Applying the product, quotient, and chain rule of derivatives, applying the intermediate value theorem
 Solve initial value problems, optimization problems, find tangent lines and compute antiderivatives.
Thursday, October 22
 The Quiz on Thursday, October 29 will cover all material covered in classes 118.
 Theorems you must be able to precisely state: The Intermediate Value Theorem (both versions), The Extreme Value Theorem,
Rolle's Theorem, The Mean Value Theorem and its two corollaries.
 Theorems you must be able to prove: constant rule, sum rule, constant multiplier
rule, product rule, and quotient rule of derivatives, if the derivative exists at a relative extrema, it is zero there, Rolle's Theorem, the Mean Value Theorem and the two corollaries resulting from it.
You should also expect to be asked to prove things such as the of derivatives, and also, (from previous classes) limit of sinx/x as
x approaches zero or to differentiate sinx, cosx or
other basic functions we have differentiated in class and in the handouts.
 Applying the product and quotient rule of derivatives, applying the intermediate value theorem
 Solve initial value problems and compute antiderivatives.
Thursday, October 8, 2015
 Exam 2 Information and Exam 2 Review are now posted.
Friday, October 2
 The Quiz on Thursday, October 8 will cover all material covered in classes 112
and all material (including trigonometry) from the handout titled Are you Ready For Calculus.
You should also expect to be asked to prove things such as the constant rule, sum rule, and constant multiplier
rule of derivatives, and also, (from previous classes) limit of sinx/x as
x approaches zero or to differentiate sinx, cosx or
other basic functions we have differentiated in class and in the handouts. Topics will include differntiating
generalized polynomials, tangent lines, limits involving e and inverse trigonometric functions.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
 The Quiz on Thursday, October 1 will cover all material covered in classes 110 and
all material (including trigonometry) from the handout titled Are you Ready For Calculus.
You should also expect to be asked to prove things such as the limit of sinx/x as
x approaches zero or to differentiate sinx, cosx or
other basic functions we have differentiated in class and in the handouts.
Tuesday, September 8
 To make this page easier to navigate, some of the older announcements were removed from here.
They are still available at the new link titled "Announcements".
Thursday, September 3
 Quiz 4 will cover the following material: all things covered in Classes 14,
and the following problems from the handout titled Are You Ready For Calculus:
#4, 5, 6, 1130
Thursday, August 27, 2015
 Quiz 2 will cover the following material: all things covered in Class 1, Class 2,
and the following problems from the handout titled Are You Ready For Calculus:
#1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10. (In short, Quiz 2 will cover the same material as Quiz 1).
Tuesday, August 25
 Quiz 1 will cover the following material: all things covered in Class 1, Class 2,
and the following problems from the handout titled Are You Ready For Calculus:
#1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10
 The MyOpenMath class is already available.
You can sign up using the
course ID 6496 and enrollment key Hidegkuti207Fa15.
The use of MyOpenMath will be mandatory, but it is completely free!
 Please fill out the survey at the link titled "Questions" below.
July 19, 2015
 Welcome to the course! My name is Marta Hidegkuti and I will be the instructor of this
course. Please monitor this web site regularly because all announcements and handouts
will be made available here. When viewing this site, push the refresh button to access
the most recent documents.
 If you have a chance, please fill out the survey at the link titled "Questions" below.

