The main intention of this course is to provide a bridge between the more computationally oriented Calculus courses and the more abstract upper division Mathematics courses like MATH 3001 Analysis 1 and MATH 2135 Linear Algebra. It serves as a prerequisite for these courses and can be taken as an alternative to MATH 2001.

Syllabus

Homework | Due Date | Homework | Due Date | Homework | Due Date |
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Set 1 | 01/27/2023 | Set 2 | 02/06/2023 | Set 3 | 02/24/2023 |

Set 4 | 03/10/2023 | Set 5 | 04/03/2023 | Set 6 | 04/14/2023 |

Set 7 | 05/01/2023 | Set 8 | 05/05/2023 |

An in class midterm exam will be held on Monday, March 17th |

The final exam will be held on Tuesday, May 9, from 01:30pm - 04:00pm in the classroom. |

Sergei Ovchinnikov:

Steven Krantz: