 
Summary: Mathematics 30
Fall 2009
Instructor: Professor R. Alperin: Office: Duncan 239; Telephone: 9245066;
Office hours: MW: 10:4511:30; M: 35 or by appt.
Text: Single Variable Calculus, Early Transcendentals by Stewart, 6e
Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Exam, Satis
faction of the ELM requirement.
Peer tutoring available at LARC, Room 600, Student Services Center,
tel. ext. 42587. Students who intend to use this course to satisfy the math
ematical concepts requirements for general education must earn a grade of C
or higher.
Final grade based on: Comprehensive Final, 150 points; Midterm 100
points and Quizzes, 100 Points total.
Do Diagnostic Tests AD, Read Preview.
Problem assignments refers to odd numbers only.
Chapter 1: Functions, 1 Lecture Sec. 1  6 Review (skip Sec. 4)
§1: 115; §2: 115; §3: 115; §5: 115; §6: 115.
Chapter 2: Limits and Derivatives, 8 Lectures The tangent and ve
locity problems, the limit of a function, limit laws, the definition of the limit,
continuity, limits at infinity, infinite limits, horizontal and vertical asymp
