FRONT PORCH

Zoom Room Link

Tues, 2:00-3:20

(and as needed)*

Daniel Newsome

(dnewsome@bard.edu)

Archived Class Videos

Zoom Office Hours

Mon: 5:00-600

Wed: 5:00-6:00

... and by appointment.

Quick Links

Returned HW Folders

Resources

Spreadsheets, Docs, etc.

Policies and Descriptions

Posted Homework Solutions

 

Updated: 5/11/21 7:18 PM

 

 

Tuesday classes will be on Zoom most of the time.

2:00 to 3:20

Friday classes will be in-person most of the time (Olin 204).

2:00 to 3:20

Week

Zoom Tuesday

Assignments

DateLink + Topic

In-Person Friday

Assignments

DateLink + Topic

1

1a-Feb 2

Zoom: PreCalculus Review

1b-Feb 5

Zoom: Estimating slope at a point

2

2a-Feb 9

Zoom

2b-Feb12

InPerson: Proto-derivative

3

3a-Feb 16

The Derivative

3b-Feb.19

InPerson- f '(x)

4

4a-Feb.23

Product/Quotient Rules-Zoom

4b-Feb. 26

Trig. Rules - InPerson

5

5a-March 2

Zoom:  Odds and Ends and Review

5b-March 5

In Person: Exam 1

6

6a- March 9

Chain Rule

6b-March 12

 

n.a.

21.3.16

Respite Day- No Class

21.3.19

Respite Day- No Class

7

7a-March 23

Inverse-Log-Exponent

7b-March 26

Archus and Implicit

8

8a-March 30

Implicit and Graphs

8b-April 2

More Graphing

9

9a-April 6

Inflections-Plotting

9b-April 9

The AntiDerivative

10

10a-April13

Review- Derivatives PDF &

AntiDerivatives JPEG

10b-April 16

Exam

11

11a-April 20

No assignment.

11b-April 23

Area Under a Curve

12

12a-April 27

Reimann pt. 2

12b-April 30

FTC-pt.1

13

13a-21.5.4

No Class - Advising Day

13b-May 7

FTC-pt.2

14

14a-May 11

Maclaurin/Taylor

14b-May14

Optimization

15

15a-21.5.18

 

15b-21.5.21

Exam?

??

 

 

 

 

 

*All things Zoom are the same Zoom link.  See "Zoom Room Link" in Quick Links above. 

I blocked off 1:30 to 6:30 every day throughout the term.

Official Zoom Invitation: here.

 

How to Submit Your Homework I might update this as we go.

 

Information on Tutors and Tutoring

or

The Spring 2021 Math Tutor Page

 

Academic Calendar

 


2 Textbooks: Stewart and Guichard

 

1) Stewart's Calculus: Concepts and Contexts, 4th Edition (2009) 

Be sure to get the one called, "Concepts and Contexts," 4th ed. from 2009. 

Don't get the one with the word "multivariable" in the title. 

 

  

Either of these covers is fine. 

 

2) Guichard's Calculus: Early Transcendentals, an Open Text

(Version 2021A, by Lyryx Learning) This one is free, open source.

 


 

Ethan Bloch's Precalculus Review

Ethan Bloch's Basic Algebra and Trigonometry Formulas