## Math 229, Calculus Computer Lab, Spring 2015

W 2:30-4:25 1S-103

Section: 6731

Instructor: |
Joseph Maher |

Office: |
1S-222 |

Office hours: |
M 12:20-2:15, W 12:20-1:10 |

Webpage: |
http://www.math.csi.cuny.edu/~maher/teaching |

Email: |
joseph.maher@csi.cuny.edu |

Phone: |
(718) 982-3623 |

Important Dates (http://www.csi.cuny.edu/currentstudents/academiccalendars/)

You can use julia from your browser here: https://juliabox.org/

**Online Homework:** http://www.math.csi.cuny.edu/MATLAB/Login

Documentation for the projects is available here: https://mth229.github.io/

There are 10 projects to be done and there will be 3 in-class exams. The projects are available at http://mth229.github.io You can also click through for notes that accompany each project from that page. For example, thefirst project looks more or less like this link. Whereas, the notes for that project are here.

**Project deadlines:**

Calculator | Feb 4 |

Functions | Feb 11 |

Graphing | Feb 18 |

Zeros | Feb 25 |

Limits | Mar 11 |

Derivatives | Mar 18 |

Newton's Method | Mar 25 |

First and second derivatives | Apr 15 |

Extrema | Apr 22 |

Integration | Apr 29 |

**Exams:** There will be three exams during the semester and a final exam at the end of the semester. You must take the final exam at the time scheduled by the university. You may not use a phone during exams.

**Exam 1:**Wed 4th Mar**Exam 2:**Wed 1st Apr**Exam 3:**Wed 6th May**Final:**TBA

**Grading:** The course grade will be determined using the following formula: max(0.5JP + 0.3MT +0.2FE), where JP is the Julia projects, MT is the midterms and FE is the Final Exam. You must pass the exams to pass this course.

**Help:** Email is the best way to contact me. Come and see me during my office hours! Free math tutoring is also available (http://www.math.csi.cuny.edu/Students/Tutoring).

**Attendance:** Attendance is mandatory.

**Disability policy:** Qualified students with disabilities will be provided reasonable academic accommodations if determined eligible by the Office for Disability Services. Prior to granting disability accommodations in this course, the instructor must receive written verification of student's eligibility from the Office of Disability Services, which is located in 1P-101. It is the student's responsibility to initiate contact with the Office for Disability Services staff and to follow the established procedures for having the accommodation notice sent to the instructor.

**Integrity policy:** CUNY's Academic Integrity Policy is available online at http://www.csi.cuny.edu/privacy/cuny_academic_integrity.pdf

Useful links:

List of calculus formulas and theorems

These are the notes I make for class, they are probably not of much use to anyone else.