MATH 2A

Single-Variable Calculus

University of California - Irvine

Introduction to derivatives, calculation of derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions; applications including curve sketching, related rates, and optimization. Exponential and logarithm functions.

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Liu, W

MATH 2A Syllabus for Liu, W — Fall 2018

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Math 2A suggested syllabus
2018–19 academic year
(based on 29 lectures)
Text: Stewart, Calculus: Early Transcendentals or Single Variable Calculus: Early transcendentals, 8th
Edition or UCI Custom Edition, 8th Edition.
Lecture Section Topic
1 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Four ways to represent a function, Mathematical models, Transformations of graphs
2 1.4 Exponential Functions. Start 1.5.
3 1.5 Inverse Functions and logarithms
4 2.1, 2.2 Tangent and Velocity Problems, Limit of a Function
5 2.3 Calculating Limits from Limit Laws
6 2.5 Continuity
7 2.6 Limits at Infinity, Horizontal Asymptotes
8 2.7 Derivative and Rate of change
9 2.8 Derivative as a function
10 Review
11 Midterm #1
12 3.1, 3.2 Derivative of a Polynomial and Exponential Function, Product and Quotient Rules
13 3.2, 3.3 Derivative of Trigonometric Functions
14 3.4 Chain Rule
15 3.5 Implicit Differentiation
16 3.6, 3.8 Derivative of Logarithm Functions
17 3.8, 3.9 Exponential Growth and Decay
18 3.9 Related Rates
19 3.10 Linear Approximation and Differentials, Review
20 Midterm #2
21 4.1 Maximum and Minimum Values
22 4.2 Mean Value Theorem
23 4.3 How derivatives affect the shape of a graph
24 4.4 Indeterminate Forms and l’Hˆ
opital’s rule
25 4.5 Curve Sketching
26 4.7 Optimization
27 4.9 Antiderivatives
28 Catch-up and Review
29 Review for final
In case of a quarter with 28 lectures, skip the “Catch-up and review” day prior to the final.
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Aghavni Simonyan

MATH 2A Syllabus for Aghavni Simonyan — Winter 2019

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Winter 2019 Math 2A Calculus Syllabus
Lecture B (44206): MWF 11:00-11:50a in ALP 2300
Instructor: Dr. Aghavni Simonyan
Email: asimonya@uci.edu
Office location: 410U Rowland Hall
Office hours: M, W, F 9:30-10:30a
Discussion Sessions: (44207) TuTh 8:00-8:50a in MSTB 124
(44208) TuTh 12:00-12:50p in DBH 1500
TA: Jorge Guzman
Email: jsilvagu@uci.edu
Discussion Sessions: (44209) TuTh 5:00-5:50p in HICF 100Q
(44210) TuTh 6:00-6:50p in HICF 100Q
TA: Michelle Ngo
Email: ngomn@uci.edu
Textbook: Stewart, Calculus: Early Transcendentals or Single Variable Calculus: Early transcendentals, 8th
Edition or UCI Custom Edition, 8th Edition.
If it does not say “Early Transcendentals” on the cover, then it is the wrong book.
Students may purchase the full book (that covers 2A/2B/2D/2E) or only the “single variable” part.
Grading: Your overall grade will consist of the following:
Quizzes - 10 %
Webwork - 10%
Midterm 1 - 20%
Midterm 2 - 20%
Final - 40%
Note: The course grades will be assigned following the standard brackets (A range: 90-100, B range:
80-90, C range: 70-80, etc…).
Quizzes: The quizzes will be given during discussion sessions. There will be no quiz during the
midterm weeks. No make-up quizzes will be offered. Instead, the lowest score will be dropped.
Webwork: Webwork (WWK) is an online homework system. The first assignment will be
posted on Thursday, 1-17-19, with a due date of Friday, 1-25-19, at 11:00PM. There will be a
WWK assignment due each subsequent week. Each assignment will follow this Thursday-to-
Friday schedule (please see the class webpage for instructions on how to access Webwork from on
and off campus). Please start working on each assignment early, as there will be no extensions or
make-ups.
Suggested Homework: It is strongly recommended that you try and do the suggested homework
problems. Though it is not graded, you will benefit greatly by doing these problems. A list of
suggested homework questions for each section is posted on the class webpage.
Midterms: Midterms will be given during lecture. The first midterm is on February 1, 2019 11:00-
11:50a in ALP 2300 and the second midterm is on February 25, 2019 11:00-11:50a in ALP 2300.
There will be no make-up midterm exams. In case of a legitimate verifiable emergency contact me as
soon as possible. All exams (and quizzes) are closed book, closed notes, NO calculators or any other
electronic devices are allowed. Please bring a legible photo ID to the exams.
Final: Final exam is on Saturday, March 16, 2019 1:30-3:30p, room location will be announced
later. Please see the class webpage for final make-up policies and procedures, as well as the make-up
request form.
Note: Last day to request make-up final is February 22, 2019.
Course Emails: You are responsible for the content of all course emails sent to your UCI account.
These course emails could contain urgent information regarding new facts for a lecture or change of
dates in the schedule. Once sent these become part of our contract of expectations. All students are
required to activate their UCI netIDs. You can go to this website to activate your netID:
https://ucinetid2.nacs.uci.edu/activate/menu.html.
Academic honesty: NO form of academic dishonesty will be tolerated. A student caught cheating
may receive an F for the course and/or suffer other serious disciplinary action. Please refer to the
class webpage for UCI’s Academic honesty policies.

JESSIE, D.

MATH 2A Syllabus for JESSIE, D. — Fall 2018

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MATH 2A LEC A: CALCULUS (44080)
MATH 2A LEC A: CALCULUS (44080)
Meeting Information
Room: SSH 100
Day & time: M W F 8:00 - 8:50 AM
Instructor Information
Daniel Jessie
Email: djessie@uci.edu
Office Location: 426 Rowland Hall
Office Hours: TBA
Class Links
Calculus 2A/2B Resources
WebWork (on campus)
Common Final Exam Info
Disability Services Center
Information
Grading:
Webwork (10%), Quizzes (10%), Two exams (20% each), Common Final (40%)
Webwork:
The first assignment will be posted during week 2. From on campus, you can use this
address https://homework.ps.uci.edu/webwork/
If you are having trouble logging in, please install the VPN software from
http://www.oit.uci.edu/vpn/ and access Webwork through this.
Quizzes:
Quizzes will be given each week in section. There are no make-up quizzes, but your
lowest two scores will be dropped.
Exams:
Exams are given in class on Monday, Oct. 22nd, and Wednesday, Nov. 14th. You
must bring a photo ID to the exams. There are no make-up exams.
Final:
The common final for all 2A students is on Sat, Dec 8, 1:30-3:30pm. The location is
TBA.
Suggested Homework:
In order to do well on the exams and final, I strongly recommend that you create a
study group to work together on the suggested homework from the textbook. The
suggested homework problems can be found in the class files section below.
Textbook:
Stewart, Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th Edition or Single Variable Calculus:
Early transcendentals, 8th Edition or UCI Custom Edition, 8th Edition.
Add/Drop Policy:
All add/drop/change requests can be done on-line for the first 2 weeks of classes via
WebReg.
Neither the instructors nor the department office can help students get into a class
which is full or waitlisted, or switch to a different discussion. All the enrollment,
including waitlist, is done electronically. The department does not sign add/drop cards
at any time.
No adding courses is allowed after week 2. No exception.
Dropping or changing grade option after week 2 is extremely difficult. Students submit
an enrollment exception via Student Access. Dean’s approval is required. (It is granted
only in case of a SERIOUS DOCUMENTED EMERGENCY/)
Make-up Final Exam Policy:
It is expected that students will make every effort to take their final exam at the
scheduled time. However, requests for make-up final exams will be considered under
the following guidelines:
· A student will be granted a make-up if the Saturday final exam time violates the
student’s religious creed.
· A student may be granted a make-up exam at the discretion of the course
facilitator if the exam time would result in loss of wages constituting financial hardship,
need for child care resulting in financial hardship, inability to procure transportation or
loss of employment.
· A student may be granted a make-up exam at the discretion of the course
facilitator if there is a verifiable emergency, which prevents the student from taking the
final examination at the scheduled time. Such emergencies include, but are not limited
to, serious illness, death of immediate family member, or serious accident.
· A student will be granted a make-up if they are enrolled in Math 2B at the same
time they are re-taking Math 2A for a higher grade.
· During Fall, Winter and Spring, students registered with the Disability Services
Center (DSC) will be taking the exam at DSC on Saturday at the same time of the
regular exam. During the Summer, DSC students will have to request a make-up
exam. (All such requests will be approved.)
In all cases, the petition for make-up final exam must be presented with verifiable
evidence. Vacation plans will not constitute a legitimate excuse.
Class Files
f18.schedule.pdf
2A-Homework-18-19.pdf
Solns-Ch1-8E.pdf
Solns-Ch2-8E.pdf
Solns-Ch3-8E.pdf
Solns-Ch4-8E.pdf
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Location: https://eee.uci.edu/18f/44080
Last modified on September 26, 2018 at 11:46am
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