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Teaching

Current Teaching  (MATH2250 - Calculus I for Science and Engineering - Spring 2017)

MATH2250 Course Home Page

Syllabus

Office Hours:   Boyd 608 - MTW 9:15 - 11:00

 

Lecture Notes - please print and bring with you to lectures

0 - Pre-Calc Review                                           Pre-Calc Assignment   (courtesy of P. Bergonio)

1 - Limits                                                             Suggested Problems

2 - Derivatives                                                     Suggested Problems

3 - More Derivatives             

4 - Related Rates                                                Suggested Problems

5 - Curve Sketching

6 - Max/Min and Optimization

WebWork Online Homework

Log in to the website below using your UGA email name (name@uga.edu) and your 9-digit 810-number (no spaces).  

WebWork lets you try the homework questions as many times as you like until the assignment due date.  I will announce in class when the assignment window is opened and you will have 24hrs to complete the assignment.  Should you have a test scheduled within those 24 hours, please contact me with the details and I will make alternate arrangements.

https://webwork.math.uga.edu/webwork2/Math2250_Iliev_S17

 

Assignments

Assignment 1                            Solutions   1   2   3   4

Assignment 2                            Solutions   1   2   3   4   5  6   7   8

Assignment 3

 

Peer Learning Activities

PLA Week 1

PLA Week 2

PLA Week 3

PLA Week 4

PLA Week 5

PLA Week 6

 

Getting Help

Often, university Calculus is a student's first serious foray into a deeply rich field of Mathematics.  This depth comes at a cost and often courses move at a speed that is intimidating.  If you feel that the material is slipping by, you should take every opportunity to get more in-depth help.  This may include:

1)  Forming a study group with fellow students.

2)  Trying out all of the assigned and suggested problem questions.

3)  In addition to attending all lectures, going to tutorials and office hours.  These are great ways clearing up inconsistencies and getting one-on-one help.

4)  Checking out the Study Hall options on campus.  These are often staffed by lecturers and graduate students who's goal is to help you understand that difficult concept.

 

Past Teaching

MATH2250 - Calculus I for Science and Engineering - Fall 2016     [University of Georgia]

MATH2250 - Calculus I for Science and Engineering - Summer 2016 [University of Georgia]

MATH2250 - Calculus I for Science and Engineering - Spring 2016 [University of Georgia]

MATH2250 - Calculus I for Science and Engineering - Fall 2015     [University of Georgia]

MATH1013 - Applied Calculus I (Course Co-ordinator)  -  Summer 2013  [York University]

MAST10006 - Calculus II (Lecturer)  -  Fall 2010  [University of Melbourne]

MAST10006 - Calculus II (Lecturer)  -  Fall 2009  [University of Melbourne]