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Week 1  No Tutorials 

Week 2  
Week 3 
Students with disabilities
Please go to Herzberg Room 4325, Wednesday, February 18, at 3:30 p.m.
for Testwriting purposes.
Week 4  
Week 5  
Week 6  
Week 7  
Week 8 
Reading Week 

Week 9 
Test 3 next week! 

Week 10  
Week 11  
Week 12  
Week 13 
INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Angelo B. Mingarelli,
Herzberg Physics Office #4250
Tel/Fax: (613) 520 3534
Electronic mail: angelo@math.carleton.ca
Photograph: Just in case you don't want to come to class...
Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:30  4:30 p.m.
TEXTBOOK(S):
Calculus Multivariable or Calculus, by J. Stewart Third Edition (Brookes/Cole Publishers); available at the Bookstore... and, in case you forgot your inverse functions, my...
The ABC's of Calculus by Angelo B. Mingarelli; Module on Inverse Functions, 80 pp., from the Instructor;cost $12.00 net, may come in handy.
TOPICS COVERED:
Third Edition: Sections 15.1,2,3,5,6,8 & 12.1,3,5 & 10.1,2,3,4,5,6,8,10,11,12
PREREQUISITES:
The prerequisites for this course are:
Math 69.104, or 69.107 with a grade of C or better. Students who have not passed the prerequisite course may be automatically deregistered during the term. Those that have done poorly in the prerequisites are strongly urged to take 69.104 or 69.107 before attempting 69.105. Do get advice from the instructor orfrom the Mathematics Undergraduate Advisor Ken Small, in 4380 Herzberg Building.
EVALUATION
Your grade will be calculated either as:
(i) Term Mark 40%;
(ii) Final Examination 60%
OR,
(iii)Final Examination 100% whichever is better.
In any event, your final course grade is the larger of the two numbers: A and B where A=(i)+(ii) and B=(iii).
TERM MARK:
The term mark will be derived from: 4 term tests (40/40): best 3 chosen
Note:The "best x of y" rules allow you to miss some of the term events for any reason (medical or otherwise).
Only under highly exceptional circumstances will a test be postponed to a later date.
SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATION
No Supplemental examinations
CALCULATORS
You may use a nonprogrammable calculator for the examinations and tests in this course:
Sharp 531L, available at the Bookstore for $19.95 + Tax
WITHDRAWAL
The last date for withdrawal from the course is ...? . If you decide to leave the course before the end of term, it is much better, in terms of your academic career, to formally withdraw from the course than to simply ignore it and get an F.
Monday, January 5, 1998
Mondays, 360 Tory Building, 12:30 p.m.
Wednesdays, 360 Tory Building, 11:30 a.m.
Thursdays, 360 Tory Building, 1:30 p.m.
All tutorials are held on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. and will begin on Jan. 14th (hopefully) in various locations depending on your section and the first letter of your family name (surname, cognome(n)):
Where do I go? This depends on your section letter and/or on the first letter of your family name; see the preceding paragraph for details about which room you'll go to.
Do I HAVE to go? Well, if you want to have some term work to count on your behalf, then, YES, do go. If all you want to do is write the final exam, then that's OK, too; see the EVALUATION item above.
Who is my T.A.? Go the required class and ask him/her
STATUTORY HOLIDAY: ... ? University closed
WINTER BREAK: Feb. 2327, 1998
CLASSES END: ... 1998
Please note that the mathematics TUTORIAL CENTRE, in Herzberg Physics Building, Room 4385, will be opening around Jan. 15th., 1998
Tutors advertise frequently on the Notice Boards around the Centre.
Hours for the center are as follows:
MONDAYS TO THURSDAYS: 10 AM TO 4 PM
FRIDAYS: CLOSED
WEEK  DATES  TESTS  SECTIONS  TOPICS 
1 
Jan. 5, 7, 8  None  15.12  Basic concepts, Separable equations, Homogeneous and Linear firstorder equations 
2 
Jan. 12, 14, 15  None  15.2, 12.13  Bernoulli's equation, Functions of two variables, Partial derivatives 
3 
Jan. 19, 21, 22  None  12.5, 15.3,  The Chain Rule, Exact equations, Integrating Factors 
4 
Jan. 26, 28, 29  TEST 1, Jan. 28 
15.5 
Second order linear equations, Reduction of order, Constant coefficients equations 
5 
Feb. 2, 4, 5 
None 
15.6 
Nonhomogeneous equations, Variation of Parameters 
6 
Feb. 9, 11, 12 
None 
15 
CauchyEuler and other special equations, systems of equations 
7 
Feb. 16, 18, 19 
TEST 2, Feb. 18

10.12 
Sequences and series 
8 
Feb. 23  27 
WINTER BREAK 
None 
No classes this week 
9 
Mar. 2, 4, 5 
None 
10.345 
Integral Test and Estimation of sums, Comparison Test, Alternating series 
10 
Mar. 9, 11, 12 
TEST 3, Mar. 11

10.6, 8, 9 
Absolute convergence, Ratio Test, Root test, Power series 
11 
Mar. 16, 18, 19 
None 
10.10, 11, 12 
Taylor and Maclaurin series, Binomial series, Applications of Taylor polynomials 
12 
Mar. 23, 25, 26 
TEST 4, Mar. 25 
15.8 
Series solutions of differential equations 
13 
Mar. 30; 
None 
15 
Series solutions of differential equations R E V I E W or enrich 
For information about CHAT accounts, click here
To access the Internet from CAMPUS click here
To access the Internet from RESIDENCE click here
To access the Internet from ANOTHER INTERNET SITE click here
The following locations have PC's which, upon login with theword "student" will give you access to Netscape in its manyversions...
Herzberg 3393, ....Our Math. Lab: Only 5 PC 486's carry thisoption (those nearest the hall window)
Herzberg 4115, 4125, 4155, 4175.....Computer Science Labs.
Lanark House  Rm. 121  Campus Map  
Library  Rm. 403 Library  Rm. 411  With two cashcard operated HP Laser printers  
Loeb  Rm. B241  Getting Help in Computer Labs contain's consultants' schedule 

Loeb  Rm. B250  
Loeb  Rm. C460  With a cashcard operated HP Laser printer  
Loeb  Rm. C479  
Southam Hall  Rm. 507  With a cashcard operated HP Laser printer  
Southam Hall  Rm. 509  
St. Patrick's  Rm. 309A  With a cashcard operated HP Laser printer 
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