Summary: Calculus: Math 172
Section 501, Spring 2012
Lecture TR 2:203:35 in Blocker 120
Discussion W 3:003:50 in Blocker 161
Professor: Michael Anshelevich, Milner 326, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office hours: MW 12:301:30 p.m., T 12 p.m., or by appointment.
Textbook: Stewart, Calculus: Early Vectors (Aggie Version), Brooks/Cole Publishing, hardcover,
LooseLeaf, or electronic edition.
Course Description: (Credit 4) Techniques of integration, applications of integrals, improper in-
tegrals, sequences and infinite series. This is a second course in calculus for math, chemistry, and
physics majors and covers most of chapters 6 through 10 of the textbook. It is designed to be more
demanding than MATH 152. Prerequisites are MATH 151 or 171. Credit will not be given for more
than one of MATH 148, 152 and 172. The course meets for three hours per week in lecture with
your professor and for one hour per week in the discussion section with your teaching assistant
Exams: We will have three in-class midterm exams on Thursdays, February 16, March 22, and
April 26. The final exam will be on Monday, May 7, 13 p.m. If, under completely exceptional
circumstances, you need to miss one of the tests, a make-up exam will be given. Only University-
approved excuses will be accepted, and you have to let me know preferably in advance, and no