If you need to get ahold of me, the best way is through email: elyse@math.ubc.ca.
My office is in the Mathematics Building (behind the Koerner library), room 229F.
The syllabus for this section is here.
A list of things you're supposed to be doing for this class is
here.
Office hours before the final:
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (December 79), 25pm, Hennings 201
Wednesday will be a chance to sit a fulllength mock exam. I'll have printouts of the 2015 exam; you bring paper (and another old exam if you've already done 2015)
Tuesday and Thursday: come with questions! :)
50min Mock Exam (also available on main webpage)
Notes from overhead about mock exam, 29 November
Notes from overhead from Friday, 02 December
Problems from 2015 quizzes, to help you study for the final: link.
Handwritten solutions to the 2015 final.
(Remember the other finals have solutions on the wiki.)
Sections  Topics  Dates  File  

Introduction  Sept 7 (MWF), Sept 8 (TR)  Introduction.pdf  
Chapter 1  1.11.6  Limits and Velocity  Sept 7  19 (MWF), Sept 8  15 (TR)  LimitsAndVelocity.pdf 
Chapter 2  2.12.3  Introduction to the Derivative  Sept 19  26 (MWF), Sept 20  22 (TR)  Deriv_Conceptual.pdf 
2.42.9  Differentiation Rules: Sum, Power, Product, Quotient; Derivatives of exponential functions and trig functions 
Sept 28  Oct 3 (MWF), Sept 27  Oct 4 (TR)  DiffRules.pdf  
2.102.12 0.6, A.13 
More Differentiation: Chain Rule, logarithmic differentiation, implicit differentiation, derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. 
Oct 5  14 ? (MWF), Oct 4  13 (TR)  MoreDifferentiation.pdf  
Chapter 3  3.1  Rates of Change  Oct 17 (MWF), Oct 18 (TR)  RatesofChange.pdf 
3.3  Exponential Growth and Decay  Oct 19  21 (MWF), Oct 18  20 (TR)  ExponentialGD.pdf  
3.2  Related Rates  Oct 24 (MWF), Oct 25 (TR)  RelatedRates.pdf  
3.4.13.4.3  Approximating functions with polynomials: Constant, linear, and quadratic approximations 
Oct 2628 (MWF), Oct 25 (TR)  Approximations.pdf Kumar's slides 

3.4.4, 3.4.5, 3.4.8  Taylor polynomials and their error  Oct 28Nov 2 (MWF), Oct 25Nov 1 (TR)  Taylor.pdf  
3.5.1, 3.5.2  Finding global and local extrema  Nov 27 (MWF), Nov 13 (TR)  MaxMin.pdf  
Chapter 2  2.13  Rolle's Theorem and Mean Value Theorem  Nov 79 (MWF), Nov 38 (TR)  MeanValue.pdf 
Chapter 3  3.6  Sketching Curves  Nov 9  16 (MWF), Nov 8 11 (TR)  Sketch.pdf 
3.5.3  Word problems with optimisation  Nov 1821 (MWF), Nov 15 (TR)  Optimization.pdf  
3.7  L'Hôpital's Rule  Nov 2325 (MWF), Nov 1722 (TR)  Lhospital.pdf  
Chapter 4  4.1  Antiderivatives  Nov 28 (MWF), Nov 24 (TR)  Antiderivatives.pdf 
Topic  File  Description  

Limits  Limits and tangent lines  video YouTube 
Average and Instantaneous Velocity; secant and tangent line; limit notation 
Onesided limits  video YouTube 
A simple example motivating onesided limits  
Limits, cont'd  video YouTube 
Sometimes limits don't exist; onesided limits; calculating limits  
Limits at Infinity  video YouTube 
Limits at Infinity  
Continuity  Intro to Continuity  video YouTube 
Before we learn the formal definition of a continuous function, dwell a little on what it means for a function's limit to differ from its value at a point. Being used to this behaviour will help you build intuition about continuity. 
Limits, Continuity, IVT  video YouTube 
Strategies for evaluating limits; continuity; Intermediate Value Theorem  
Extra: continuity  video YouTube 
Think you understand continuity? Test yourself with a graph that has no limit... anywhere. (This video goes beyond the course material. Think of it as recreational.)  
Derivatives  Intro to Derivatives  video YouTube 
Introduction to derivatives: interpretations, derivatives at a point, derivatives of a function 
Graphing Derivatives  video YouTube 
Use the graph of a function to create the graph of its derivative. Review the interpretation of positive and negative derivatives, and get used to looking at a line and intuiting its slope.  
Tangent Lines  video YouTube 
Find the tangent line to a curve; calculate derivatives using simple rules.  
Differentiation  Product and Quotient Rules  video YouTube 
Derivatives of Products and Ratios 
Exponential  video YouTube 
Product rule and derivatives of exponential functions  
Trigonometric  video YouTube 
Derivatives of trigonometric functions.  
Chain Rule  video YouTube 
Derivatives of compound functions.  
Review  Inverse Functions  video YouTube 
Inverse functions. 
Differentiation  Logarithms  video YouTube 
Logarithmic functions and logarithmic differentiation. 
Rates of Change  Rates of Change  video YouTube 
Rates of Change 
Exponential change  Rates of Change  video YouTube 
Exponential growth and decay, such as radioactive decay, compound interest, and population growth. Introduction to differential equations. 
Newton's Law of Cooling  video YouTube 
Exponential rates of change applied to cooling bodies.  
Related Rates  Related Rates  video YouTube 
Calculating the rate of change in systems with lots of interconnected changing parts. 
Polynomial Approximations  First Approximations  video YouTube 
Estimating the value of a function with a constant, linear, or quadratic approximation. 
Error Bounding  video YouTube 
Give an approximation of a function, and bound the error you introduced.  
video YouTube 
If you are given an error tolerance, which approximation should you use?  
Optimization  Extrema  video YouTube 
Finding maxima and minima of a function. 
Optimization  video YouTube 

Optimization  video YouTube 

MVT  Rolle's Theorem  video YouTube 
A differentiable function that takes the same value twice has a horizontal tangent line somewhere. 
Mean Value Theorem  video YouTube 
A differentiable function has a point where its instantaneous rate of change is equal to is average rate of change over an interval.  
Curve Sketching  Curve Sketching 1  video YouTube 

Curve Sketching 2  video YouTube 

Symmetry  video YouTube 
Even and odd functions.  
L'Hospital's Rule  L'Hospital's Rule  video YouTube 
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