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The following is an approximate schedule for all of the Calculus I courses.  Please see your individual lecture's blackboard website for the topic/exam/quiz schedule appropriate to your section.

Monday-Wednesday Lectures

Week     Dates Section    Topics 
 11/23-27 1.1
 1.2
 Functions and their representations
 A catalog of essential functions
 21/30-2/3 1.3
 1.4
 The limit of a function
 Calculating Limits
 32/6-10 1.5
 1.6
 Continuity
 Limits involving infinity
 42/13-17 2.1
 2.2
 Derivatives and rates of change
 The derivative as a function
 52/20
2/22
 
 2.3
 2.4
 NO CLASSES
 Basic differentiation formulas
 The product and quotient rules
 
 62/27
2/29
 2.5
 EXAM 1
 The chain rule
 73/5-9 2.6
 2.8
 3.1
 Implicit differentiation
 Linear approximation and differentials
 Exponential functions
 83/12-16 SPRING
 BREAK    
NO CLASSES
 93/19-23 3.2
 3.3
 3.4
 Inverse functions and logarithms
 Derivatives of logarithmic and exponential functions
 Exponential growth and decay
 103/26-30 3.5
 3.7
 Inverse trigonometric functions
 Indeterminate forms and L'Hopital's Rule
 114/2-6 4.1
 4.2
 Maximum and Minimum values
 The mean value theorem
 124/9-13 4.3
 4.4
 Derivatives and the shapes of curves
 Curve sketching
 134/16
4/18
 4.5
 EXAM 2
 Optimization problems
 
 144/23-27 4.7
 5.1
 5.2
 Antiderivatives
 Areas and distances
 The definite integral
 154/30
5/2
 5.3
 5.4
 Evaluating definite integrals
 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
 165/7
5/10
 5.5 The Substitution rule
 CUMULATIVE COMMON FINAL EXAM-2 pm




Tuesday-Thursday Lectures

Week  Dates Section     Topic 
 1 1/23-27 1.1
 1.2
 Functions and their representations
 A catalog of essential functions
 2 1/30-2/3 1.3
 1.4
 The limit of a function
 Calculating limits
 3 2/6-10 1.5
 1.6
 Continuity
 Limits involving infinity
 4 2/13-17 2.1
 2.2 
 Derivatives and rates of change
 The derivative as a function
 5 2/20-24 2.3
 2.4
 2.5
 Basic differentiation formulas
 The product and quotient rule
 The chain rule
 6 2/28
 3/1
 2.6
 
EXAM 1
 Implicit differentiation
 7 3/5-9 2.8
 3.1
 Linear approximation and differentials
 Exponential functions
 8 3/12-16  SPRING
 BREAK
 NO CLASSES
 9 3/19-23 3.2
 3.3
 Inverse functions and logarithms
 Derivatives of logarithmic and exponential functions
 10 3/26-30 3.4
 3.5
 3.7
 Exponential growth and decay
 Inverse trigonometric functions
 Indeterminate forms and L'Hopital's Rule
 11 4/2-6 4.1
 4.2
 Maximum and minimum values
 The mean value theorem
 12 4/9-13 4.3
 4.4
 4.5
 Derivatives and the shapes of curves
 Curve sketching
 Optimization problems
 13 4/17
 4/19
 4.7
 
EXAM 2
 Antiderivatives
 14 4/23-27 5.1
 5.2
 5.3
 Areas and distances
 The definite integral
 Evaluating definite integrals
 15 4/30
 5/3

 
 5.4
 5.5
 The fundamental theorem of calculus
 The substitution rule
 16 5/10           CUMULATIVE COMMON FINAL EXAM-2 PM



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