Course Information
Instructor  Dr. Changhui Tan 
Lectures  M W F 9:40am  10:30am at Jones Physical Sci Ctr 002 (sections 1, 2, 28) 
M W F12:00pm  12:50pm at LeConte College 412 (sections 9, s9, 10, s10, 23)  
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Office  LeConte 422 
Office Hours  Mondays 4:00pm5:30pm, Thursdays 2:30pm4:00pm, or by appointment (subject to change) 
Teaching Assistants  Christopher David Edgar This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (sections 1,2) 
Xueping Zhao This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (sections 9,s9,10,s10)  
Jeremiah Troy Southwick This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (section 23)  
Joshua Thomas Grice This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (section 28)  
Recitation  Thursdays, time varies by sections. (Tuesdays for sections 1,2) 
Maple Lab  Tuesdays, time varies by sections. (Thursdays for sections 1,2, Mondays for section 28) 
Supplementary Instructor (SI)  Shadhan Alkharusi This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
SI Sessions  Sundays 8:008:50pm, Tuesdays 7:007:50pm, Thursdays 6:006:50pm, at HUMBC 412. 
Tutoring Center  Monday through Thursday, 10:00am4:00pm, at LeConte 105, see HERE for schedules. 
Textbook  George B. Thomas, Jr., Thomas' Calculus Early Transcendentals (USC Edition) Pearson, 2014. 
Syllabus  Click Here 
Schedule  Click Here (tentative schedule, subject to change) 
Homework Assignments
 Homework will be assigned for each section covered in class via MyMathLab. It will be due one week after the lecture. The first homework is due on September 3.
 You can access MyMathLab from Blackboard. See here and here for setup instructions.
 Written homework will also be assigned on Wednesdays, and will be collected on Tuesdays (Mondays for section 28) recitation or lab sessions.
 Homework assignments are not pledged. You are encouraged to discuss these problems amongst each other, but the final writeup must be your own. Problems must be written up in a selfcontained way and the write up must contain all crucial steps and not just the final answer. The use of calculators or mathematical software is prohibited unless explicitly specified.
 Download Written Homework Assignments.
Quizzes
 At the end of each recitation session, there will be a quiz, unless otherwise indicated. It will last 15 minutes and consist of two problems. Partial credit is possible but proper explanations and solid reasoning are just as important as the correct final answer. You will be allowed to drop your lowest quiz score.
 Download Quizzes (section 1,2). Download Quizzes (section 9,s9,10,s10,23,28).
Maple Labs
 Each Maple Lab provides handson activities that will further your understanding of calculus and provide an introduction to and instruction in the use of modern computer software (Maple). For more information, consult your lab TA and see the lab webpage.
Exams
 There will be three midterm exams and a final exam. The schedules for the midterms are as follows.

Midterm 1 Wednesday, September 19, in class. Midterm 2 Wednesday, October 24, in class. Midterm 3 Monday, November 19, in class.  The final exam will be on Friday Dec 14, 9:00am for sections 1,2,28; and on Wednesday Dec 12, 12:30pm for sections 9,s9,10,s10,23. The location of the exam is the same as the lecture room.
 Books, notes, and calculators will not be allowed on exams. Makeup exams will be allowed only in the case of a documented medical emergency.
 Download Exams and Solutions.
Grades
 Your grade will be based distributed as follows:
 Homework » 20%, with 15% in MyMathLab, and 5% in written.
 Quizzes » 10%, drop lowest.
 Maple Labs » 10%
 Midterms » 30%, with 10% each.
 Final » 25%
 Attendance » 5%
 You can monitor your grades via Blackboard.