MATH1010F  University Mathematics  2016/17
Announcement
 Due to the Inauguration Ceremony for Undergraduates on next Monday, lectures are suspended in the morning until 13:30. The first lecture of MATH1010 D and F will be started at 13:30 on 5 Sept (Monday).
 There will be no tutorial class in the first week. Tutorial class will be started on the second week.
 Main class webpage: you can find hw, ex here.
 The midterm should be on Oct 26 Wed 19:3021:00
 Extra exercise for final [Download file]
General Information
Lecturer

Li, Charles
 Office: LSB218
 Email:
Time and Venue
 Lecture: Mo 12:30PM  2:15PM, YIA LT9, We 12:30PM  1:15PM YIA LT7
 Tutorial: Mo 2:30PM  3:15PM, YIA LT9, We 6:30PM  7:15PM ERB 803
Course Description
The main focus of this course is on onevariable calculus. On top of the methods and techniques of computation and their applications, this section places special emphasis on the theoretical foundations, for the benefit of those who want to acquire a deeper understanding of the subject.
References
 Thomas' Calculus: Weir and Hass, Pearson
Lecture Notes
 Lecture 1: Notation
 Lecture 2: Sequences
 Lecture 3: Limits
 Lecture 4: Limits part 2
 Lecture 5: Trigonometric functions
 Lecture 6: The constant e
 Lecture 7: Continuity
 Lecture 8: DIfferentiation I
 Lecture 9: Differentiation II
 Lecture 10: Chain rule, max/min
 Lecture 11: higher derivatives
 Lecture 12: Inverse function and derivatives
 Lecture 13: Implicit function and deriviatives
 Lecture 14: Mean value theorem
 Lecture 15: L'Hopital's rule
 Lecture 16: Taylor series
 Lecture 17: Antiderivatives
 Lecture 18: The definite integral
 Lecture 19: Fundamental theorem of Calculus
 Lecture 20: Substitution
 Lecture 21: Integration by parts
 Lecture 22: Trigonometric integrals
 Lecture 23: Trigonometric substitution
 Lecture 24: Partial fraction
 Lecture 25: tmethod
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