## Large Lecture Schedule Math 130-02**,   Fall 2014

Tuesday date Tuesday Thursday
Sept.2 Ch.R
Ch.1
2.1 Exponential Functions
2.2a Log Functions
Sept.9 2.2b Log functions
2.3 Growth and Decay
2.4a Trig.Functions
Sept.16 2.4b Trig.Functions
3.1a (Limits)
3.1b (Limits)
3.2 (Continuity)
Sept.23 3.3 Rates of change
3.4a Defn. of Derivative
3.4b Defn. of Derivative
6.5 Differentials
Sept.30 4.1,4.2 Computing derivatives EXAM 1
Oct.7 4.3 Chain Rule 4.4 Derivatives of Exponential Functions
4.5 Derivatives of Log Functions
Oct.14 4.6 Derivatives of Trig Functions 5.1 Increasing and Decreasing Functions
5.2 Relative Extrema
Oct.21 5.3 Higher derivatives 5.4a Curve sketching
Oct. 28 5.4b Curve Sketching EXAM 2
Nov.4 6.1 Absolute Extrema 6.2 Applications of Extrema
Nov.11 6.3 Implicit Differentiation
6.4a Related Rates
6.4b Related Rates
Nov.18 7.1 Antiderivatives, 7.2 Substitution 7.3 Area and the Definite Integral
Nov.25 7.4 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
7.5 Area between two curves
THANKSGIVING BREAK
Dec.2 Review EXAM 3
Dec.9 8.3: Volume and Average Value Final Review

Final exam.
The uniform final for all Math 130 classes will be held Monday Dec. 15 from 1:30 to 3:30 P.M. The location for the final will be announced later; it will depend on your section, and it will probably NOT be the usual room for the lecture or section meeting.

TA Sections.
You meet with your Math TA on Monday and with your biology TA on Wednesday. Unless announced otherwise, you can generally expect a quiz in your math section and a worksheet in your biology section -- graded events. The Monday quizzes AND the midterms will very strongly reflect your assigned homework.

Notes.
1. The lecture on a given day covers material indicated in the box for that day. The unexplained numbers refer to sections of the text ("Calculus for the Life Sciences" by Greenwell et al).
2. Some of the schedule is a bit compressed timewise so that there is some time at the end of the semester for absorption and review.
3. The schedule above may change a bit due to snow days or other factors.
4. The lecture meetings Nov. 18, 20 and 25 will involve especially challenging and fundamental material. I strongly recommend that you not include the Nov. 25 class time in Thanksgiving break travel away.