**Course: MATH-UA 121.016, V121-19 and V121-20, Calculus 1**

**Course Content:** Derivatives, antiderivatives, and integrals of
functions of one real variable. Trigonometric, inverse trigonometric,
logarithmic and exponential functions. Applications, including
graphing, maximizing and minimizing functions. Areas and volumes.

**Instructor:** Trushant Majmudar, trush(at-sign)cims.nyu.edu

**Lecture Meeting Time/Location:** Monday and Wednesday, 1100AM-1215PM,
19
Univ Place

**TA:** Steven Heilman,
heilman(at-sign)cims.nyu.edu

**TA Office Hours:** Wednesday, 2PM-3PM, WWH 1108.

**Recitation Meeting Time/Location:**

V121-19: Friday, 1100AM-1215PM, CIWW 202

V121-20: Friday, 1230PM-145PM, CIWW 202

**Textbook:** James Stewart, __Essential Calculus, Early
Transcendentals__, **2nd Edition**. See also the
online
supplement.

**Main Course Website:**
here.
See also the Blackboard page
and piazza, an online forum.

**Final Exam:** Monday, December 17th, 400PM

**Other Resources:** MIT
OCW 18.01SC, Single Variable Calculus, Fall 2010

MIT Calculus
Java Applets (Mathlets)

**Advice on succeeding in a math class:**

- Do your reading
**before**you come to lecture. In your future courses, even consider reviewing course material a week or two before the semester starts. - While reading the book, use a pencil and paper to sketch the calculations that are performed by the author.
- Come to recitation with questions, so you can get more out of the
recitation. Also, finish your homework at
least
**two days**before it is due, to alleviate deadline stress. - Write a rough draft and a separate final draft for your homework. This procedure will help you catch mistakes. In the future, even consider typesetting your homework.
- If you are having difficulty with the material or a particular homework problem, review Polya's Problem Solving Strategies, and come to office hours.

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