I'm teaching two sections: 15698 and 15692. Please pay attention to which section you are enrolled in!


Office Hours:  2-3M, 1-3T, 1:15-2W, and by appointment.
(I recommend double checking website before you visit for any last minute updates.)

Office Hours for week Dec. 3-7: 

  1. No office hours Tuesday, Dec. 4! (it's a Friday schedule)
  2. Monday, Dec. 3: 2-3 (as usual); (extra) Wed, Dec. 5 and Friday, Dec. 7: 11:45am-1pm

Other class help.. Math Tutoring (with help for Math 2260): 

  1. Academic Resource Center, Milledge Hall, Mon-Thurs 10am-9pm, Fri 10am-3pm
  2. Math Department Study Hall, Boyd 222, Mon-Thurs 3:30-7:30pm, Fri 3:30-5:30pm

About Webwork Homework: (10%) 

We'll use webwork. See http://www.math.uga.edu/2250hw for FAQ.

Our webwork course page is: https://webwork.math.uga.edu/webwork2/Math2260_Rider_F18

Your username is your myUGA id and your password is your 810 number.

For example:
Harry Dawg's email address is hdawg@uga.edu. This means his WebWork username is hdawg.
Harry Dawg's student ID number is 8101234560. This means that his WebWork password is 810123456.

Unless specified, you have an unlimited number of tries for each problem. The assignments are not timed, but will need to be completed before the due date. Each homework set can be converted into a .pdf file, and thus can then be printed. You do this by selecting the Homework Set, click "Download PDF or Tex Hardcopy for Current Set", then "Generate hardcopy.." at the bottom.

To use webwork off-campus, see VPN instructions 

Webwork Due Dates: (See also webwork webpage!)

  1. ch 5 review: 8/28
  2. 6.1, 6.2, 6.3: 9/5 
  3. 6.4, 6.5, 7.2: 9/12
  4. 8.1, 8.2: 9/19
  5. 8.3, 8.4: 9/26 9/27
  6. STUDY FOR TEST!!!! (3D sculpture problem has a due date.)
  7. 8.6, 8.7: 10/11
  8. 9.1, 9.2: 10/18
  9. 9.2, 9.3, 9.4: 10/24  10/26
  10. 9.5, 9.6, 9.7: 10/31 11/04
  11. 9.8, 9.9, 9.10: 11/07 11/11
  12. Study For Test!! Review
  13. 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 11.5: 12/07 (for distance from point to line or plane, here are formulas with pictures.)


Written homework, in-class quizzes, and participations: (10%)

  • Quiz 1: Stop by my office before 8/24 to say hi. (See above office hours for times you can find me. If those times don't work, email me to set appointment.)
  • HW 1: (Due on or before Exam 1 on 10/04) 3d sculpture!! Directions: Build (on paper) a 3D Sculpture by revolving various curves about various axes, and compute your sculpture's volume and surface area. Your 3D sculpture MUST consist of at least three components ``glued'' together. (Example: a stemless wine glass wouldn't count because it can be obtained by revolving one curve, but a wine glass with a stem would count because the base of the stem, the stem, and the glass are separate components.) Furthermore, components may only be glued along equal cross-sections (i.e. a disk of radius 2 may be glue to a disk of radius 2, but not to a disk of radius 3). To get full credit, must clearly describe all curves bounding the region (or regions) to be revolved, the axis (or axes?) of revolution, and all limits of integration. You should include a careful sketch of your sculpture. (You may use a computer for the sketch.) You should carefully compute volume and surface area of your sculpture. One caveat: many many many many functions do not have elementary antiderivatives, so computing your volume or surface area (exactly) could be impossible. If you can't find an elementary antiderivative, then you may try estimating the volume and surface area as we did when we first defined the definite integral. Alternatively, you may try to creatively alter the function so that the revolved figure looks very similar, but now the integral is doable. (Keep in mind that you can compute the volume and surface area of each component separately.)
  • Quiz 2: in class quiz 9/20
  • Quiz 3: in class Monday, 10/15. This quiz will consist of exactly one question from exam 1. No partial credit will be given. (In case you didn't collect your exam, here are pdfs: Version 1 or Version 2)
  • Quiz 4: in class quiz Thursday 9/25 - understand basic definitions for sequences and series

Exams: (80% total)

Exam 1: 10/04 (in class) ch5, ch6, ch8.1-8.4
Exam 2: 11/15 (in class) 8.6, 8.7, ch9 (skip 9.6), scientific calculator strongly recommended

Final:  (15689) Wednesday, December 12, 12-3pm; (15692) Monday, December 10, 12-3pm

If you have a final exam conflict or three exams scheduled within a 24 hour period, here's the protocall to get things rescheduled: