MATH 1271
Calculus I
Fall 2017

The balls in the sculpture outside our lecture room are not spheres but intersections of cylinders, and their volumes can be calculated using the techniques of (multi-variable) Calculus. MATH 1271 is a first course in single-variable Calculus.

Lecture 020: MWF 10:10-11:00, MCB 3-120
Lecturer: Bryan Mosher

Syllabus (access while logged into UMN Google account)
Lecture 020 Moodle site
ABCD card (Students will receive one copy of this on cardstock at the first lecture.)
Notes from 4 Oct 17 Feneuil sub 2:30 (PDF)
Notes from 4 Oct 17 Feneuil sub 3:35 (PDF)
Student Conduct Code
General Policy Statements for Syllabi
Discussions
TA: Carter Chain
021: TuTh 10:10-11:00, Vincent 311
027: TuTh 11:15-12:05, Rapson 58

TA: Drisana Mosaphir
022: TuTh 10:10-11:00, Peik 155
025: TuTh 11:15-12:05, Peik 155

TA: Cecily Santiago
023: TuTh 10:10-11:00, Cooke 215
024: TuTh 11:15-12:05, Cooke 215

TA: Montie Avery
026: TuTh 11:15-12:05, Appleby 319


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