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Math 113 |

Instructor |
Peter Perry | |

Office |
755 Patterson Office Tower | |

E-Mail |
peteraperry@gmail.com | |

Office Hours |
MW 2:00-3:30, F 2:00-3:00 |

This is the instructor web page for Math 113 sections 13-18 and 25-30. You can find out more about your instructor at Professor Perry's web page

For MA 113, you only need to buy only one textbook. If you plan on only taking Calculus I and II, then you need chapters 1-11. If you plan on taking Calculus I, II, and III, then you need chapters 1-16.

If you purchased your text from the University of Kentucky Bookstore, you will have access to an electronic copy of the text. I will give you the "class key" in lecture. For instructions on how to access the electronic copy, please go here.

You __do not__ need to purchase a WebAssign access code. We will be using a free online homework system called WebWork.

In my lecture sections we will use REEF polling, an interactive system which works with laptops and cellphones to provide real-time polling (answering short questions) in lecture. This will help me interact better with you and better gauge how well you're understanding the lecture material. We will begin using the system during the second week of classes.

Please follow the left-hand link to REEF polling for instructions on how to purchase and set up a REEF account.

If you have already purchased a REEF account for CHEM 105, you do not need to purchase another one for Dr. Perry's sections of MA 113. __Note that other sections of MA 113 are not using REEF polling__

See the Common Course Page for general information about Math 113 including the course schedule, syllabus, and exam schedule.

MWF 11:00-11:50 AM, CP 139 - Sections 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

MWF 1:00-1:50 PM, CP 139 - Sections 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

Exam 1: Tuesday, September 20, 5:00-7:00 PM, Room to be announced

Exam 2: Tuesday, October 18, 5:00-7:00 PM, Room to be announced

Exam 3: Tuesday, November 15, 5:00-7:00 PM, Room to be announced

Final Exam: Wednesday, December 13, 6:00-8:00 PM, Room to be announced

To be announced

You can also find this information on the

Common Course Page.

Your course grade is based on:

3 Exams | 300 points | |

Final | 100 points | |

Homework, Quizzes, Attendence | 125 points | |

Total | 525 points |

Letter grades will be assigned as follows:

A | 473-500 |

B | 420-472 |

C | 368-419 |

D | 315-367 |

E | 0-314 |

The Homework, Quizzes, and Attendence grade is computed as follows:

Web Homework | 100 |

Written Assignments (6) | 60 |

Lecture Attendence (40) | 40 |

Quizzes (10) | 50 |

Total Divided by 2 | 125 |

Consider a Minor in Mathematics If you are a science or engineering major, you will likely be taking a lot of math courses. It won't take too many more to graduate with a minor in Mathematics, which can help you be more competitive for good jobs or graduate schools.

Find out more about the Math department's 100-level courses and tutoring help, and explore our course offerings.

If you're interested in a Math Major, read all about it here

- Wolfram Alpha, a knowledge engine which does calculus problems and much, much more. You can get a nice app for smartphones, which is another reason why they have to be off during exams!
- Kahn Academy Calculus with high-quality, online tutorials. Useful for added understanding, but not a substitute for doing homework!
- MIT Open Courseware Calculus I, a course from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the nation's top engineering schools

- SpaceX, manufacturers of advanced rockets and spacecraft. Watch applied mathematics sizzle!
- NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter

- Careers in Mathematics
- African-Americans in Mathematics
- Women in Mathematics
- Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society - see how Math is applied in science, technology, and culture
- MacTutor History of Mathematics: Biographies of famous mathematicians such as Leibniz and Newton, the co-inventors of Calculus
- Websites for Mathematicians Mentioned in Class:
- William Massey, Princeton University
- Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University
- Maryam Mirzakhani, Stanford University