News and Announcements
12/11/2014 Solutions to the fourth quiz:
A01,
A02,
A03,
A04,
A05,
A06,
A07,
A08.
11/30/2014 The fourth and last quiz will be on December 2. It will consist of one double integration problem (different problems for different sections, of course).
11/30/2014 There was no homework due on Thanksgiving, the next problem set (HW 8) is due on 12/4.
11/11/2014 My office hours tomorrow (W 11/12) are cancelled. Sorry for the inconvenience.
11/05/2014 Solutions to the third quiz:
A01,
A02,
A03,
A04,
A05,
A06,
A07,
A08.
11/02/2014 Quiz 3 will cover the same sections as HW4.
11/02/2014 Solutions to the second quiz:
A01,
A02,
A03,
A04,
A05,
A06,
A07,
A08.
10/30/2014 I will have office hours on F 10/31 35pm. Location: APM 7151 as usual.
10/30/2014 The TAs have your graded exams.
10/27/2014 My office hours on W 10/29 are cancelled.
10/26/2014 Quiz 2 will cover the same sections as HW23.
10/21/2014 On Wednesday 10/22 my office hours will be 79pm in APM 6402 instead of the usual 23:30pm.
10/16/2014 Solutions to the first quiz:
A01,
A02,
A03,
A04,
A05,
A06,
A07,
A08.
10/15/2014 Info for the first midterm is now posted. As usual, the tab is in the upper right corner.
10/10/2014 Quiz 1 (Oct 14 in recitation) will cover sections 12.1 and 12.2 of the textbook. Here is a sample of how to write a solution for full credit. The problem itself is no indication of the content of the quiz.
10/03/2014 Recitation times, TAs and their contact information and office hours are now listed on the sections page (click on corresponding tab in the upper right corner).
10/01/2014 The notes for week 0 are now posted. You can find the link on the calendar page, as well as on the notes page (see upper right corner).
10/01/2014 The first homework is now available on WeBWorK. To access it, click on the link in the upper right corner. In order access the online homework you need to be registered or waitlisted for this class. If you are registered or waitlisted and still have trouble logging into the system, please see the suggestions on the homework page; to access the homework page, click on the corresponding link in the upper right corner.
09/26/2014 The required textbook is
Calculus: Early Transcendentals, second edition, by Jon Rogawski, published by W.H. Freeman and Company, 2012.
If you do not already have the above textbook, the multivariable portion (Multivariable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, second edition, by Jon Rogawski, published by W.H. Freeman and Company, 2012) suffices.
We will cover parts of chapters 1115, which are contained in
both books. If you happen to have the right edition for one of
them, keep that. If not, the Multivariable Calculus is
lighter and should be cheaper. And quite sufficient.

Instructor: Alina
Bucur
email: alina@math.ucsd.edu
Office: AP&M 7151
Office Hours: W 2  3:30pm
and by appointment
Required material
Textbook: J. Rogawski
Calculus: Early Transcendentals, second edition
Optional material
iClicker 2
It is important to use iClicker2 in order to get the credit for your answers.
Course Policy updated 10/21
You are responsible for knowing the information and
policies of the course.
Calculus
tutoring
