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MAT 127: Calculus C

Spring 2003
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Department of Mathematics

SUNY at Stony Brook

This is the final course of the three-semester calculus sequence MAT 125,
126 and 127. We will study differential equations, sequences and series,
power series and their applications.

**Textbook**: *Calculus: Concepts
and Contexts. Single Variable*,

2nd Edition, by James Stewart, Brooks/Cole Publishing, 2001.

Note that the first and second editions of the book have very similar
text, but the problems are different. If you own the first edition, in
order to do the homework you'll need to borrow the second edition from
a friend or look at the book in the library or in the Math Learning Center.

**Course Coordinator:** Prof. Leon Takhtajan, Math Tower 5-111

Phone: 632-8287 email: *leontak@math.sunysb.edu*

**Instructors
and class schedule**

**Syllabus
and homework assignments**

__Exams:__

**Midterm I -- Thursday, February 27, 8:30-10:00 pm**

**Practice
midterm I(pdf)**

**Solution
to Practice midterm I(pdf)**

**Solution
to Midterm I(pdf)**
**Advisory letter grades for the Midterm I (not recorded)**

0-30 |
F |

31-40 |
D |

41-65 |
C-,C,C+ |

66-79 |
B-,B. B+ |

80-89 |
A- |

90-100 |
A |

**Midterm II -- Tuesday, April 15, 8:30-10:00 pm**

**Practice
midterm II(pdf)**

**Solution
to Practice midterm II(pdf)**

**Solution
to Midterm II(pdf)**

**Advisory letter grades for the Midterm II (not recorded)**

0-30 |
F |

31-40 |
D |

41-60 |
C,C+ |

61-75 |
B-,B,B+ |

76-85 |
A- |

85-100 |
A |

**Final Exam -- Friday, May 16, 2:00-4:30 pm**

**Sections 1 and 2: ESS 001**

**Practice
Final Exam (pdf)
Solution
to Practice Final Exam (pdf)**

**Worksheet
for power series (pdf)**

**No calculators, notes, or books, etc., are allowed during the exams.
The problems will require pencil and paper reasoning only.**

**Useful information regarding the course will be regularly posted
on the World Wide Web, and can be accessed by pointing your browser to**

*http://www.math.sunysb.edu/calculus*

*DSS advisory.* If you have
a physical, psychiatric, medical, or learning disability that may affect
your ability to carry out the assigned course work, please contact the
office of Disabled Student Services (DSS), Humanities Building, room 133,
telephone 632-6748/TDD. DSS will review your concerns and determine
what accommodations may be necessary and appropriate. All information and
documentation of disability is confidential.