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Mathematics 30 Instructor: Professor R. Alperin: Office: Duncan 239; Telephone: 924-5066;

Summary: Mathematics 30
Fall 2009
Instructor: Professor R. Alperin: Office: Duncan 239; Telephone: 924-5066;
Office hours: MW: 10:45-11:30; M: 3-5 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. 4-2587. 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 A-D, Read Preview.
Problem assignments refers to odd numbers only.
Chapter 1: Functions, 1 Lecture Sec. 1 - 6 Review (skip Sec. 4)
1: 1-15; 2: 1-15; 3: 1-15; 5: 1-15; 6: 1-15.
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-


Source: Alperin, Roger C. - Department of Mathematics, San Jose State University


Collections: Mathematics