1. Announcements
    2. First day handout and syllabus
    3. TA's First day handout
    4. Course information
    5. Meeting time and location
    6. Instructor
    7. TA
    8. Required textbook
    9. Sections Covered
    10. Grading system
    11. Attendance policy
    12. Scholastic dishonesty policy
    13. Exams
    14. Review sessions for exams
    15. Assignments
    16. Sample Exams

The final exam will be given on Wednesday, May 8, 9-12 noon, in ESB 137.

I will hold office hours on Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m.-12 noon in my office RLM 11.110.

Rusty's tutoring sessions are on Wednesdays from 5-6 p.m. in PAR 8B and from 7-8 in PAR 310.

Since Ben has been sending out so many handouts, he now has his own page:
Ben's handouts.  Please check there is you have trouble downloading one of the files that he sends by email.

Information on careers in the natural sciences  can be obtained from the Natural Sciences Career Service.

The UT Learning Center is a great resource for undergraduate classes at UT.  For information about their programs, please visit their web site.

The University-Wide Learning Support provides an index of campus-wide academic and personal resources for students.

For those of you who are planning to teach secondary mathematics, this web page  may be of interest.  It discusses various classes and how each contributes to the development of the future math teacher.

Differential and Integral Calculus

Course number: M408D

Unique numbers:

Meeting times and locations

Days: MWF
Time: 11-12
Place: WAG 201

Section 54780 Discussion
Days: TTh
Time: 2-3
Place: RLM 5.120
Section 54785 Discussion
Days: TTh
Time: 3:30-4:30
Place:WEL 2.312


Name: Altha Rodin
Office: Rlm 11.110
Office hours: MWF 10-11 a.m. and TTh 1:15-2:15 a.m.

Phone: 475-9517
E-mail: rodin@math.utexas.edu


Name:  Ben McReynolds
Office: RLM 11.106
Office hours: M 3-4, W 12-1, F 2-4

Phone: 475-9172
E-mail: dmcreyn@math.utexas.edu

Required textbook

Sections Covered


Each of the three semester exams will cover roughly a third of the material covered in this course. The final exam is comprehensive and cannot be dropped. Make-up exams will only be given with a valid written excuse.

Reviews for exams

Ben will hold reviews for each exam on the dates below:

Grading system

Grades will be determined according to the plan below which yields the highest average.

Attendance policy

Regular attendance is expected at all class meetings and discussion sections. If you are unable to attend a class, it is your responsibility to get the notes from a classmate.

Scholastic dishonesty policy

Scholastic dishonesty will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. You are expected to have read and understood the current issue of General Information Catalog, published by the Registrar's Office, for information about procedures and about what constitutes scholastic dishonesty.

Sample Exams

In order to read the sample exams, you will need to have Acrobat Reader.  This is free software which you can download from the link above, if you don't already have it.

  • Sample exams:
  • Old exam 1
  • Another Old exam 1
  • Old exam 2
  • Another Old exam 2
  • Old exam 3
  • Another Old exam 3
  • Old final   (There is an error in the solution to problem 2(a).  The correct answer is 448/5.)

  • Another old final

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    This page was last updated August 23,2000 by Altha Rodin