Math 20
Autumn 2018

Home Course Schedule Homework Exams and Resources Office Hours

This schedule is only tentative, and may be adjusted as necessary.

The homework is due on Wednesdays at 10am. Logistics for handing in homework and the exact assignments are posted on the homework page.

Week # Date Sections Topics Homework assignment
Throughout Precalculus and Math 19 material See the precalculus page.
1 9/24-9/28 § 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4*, 6.1, 6.2 Area under the curve, the definite integral, properties of the definite integral, start antiderivatives
*Skip pages 306-309
Homework 1 (due 10/3)
2 10/1-10/5 § 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 7.1 Antiderivatives and the indefinite integral, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, basic integration, substitution Homework 2 (due 10/10)
3 10/8-10/12 § 7.1 (ctd), 7.2, 7.3, 7.4 (p369-71 only)

Substitution ctd, integration by parts, inverse-sine (trig) substitution, using a table for integration

Homework 3 (due 10/17)
Midterm 1 on Wednesday, October 17 from 7:30-9pm

Topics are those covered in the first three weeks of the course.

You can find more information on the Exams page.

4 10/15-10/19 § 8.1

Area between curves, volumes by cross-sections

Homework 4 (due 10/24)
5 10/22-10/26 § 8.2, 8.4

Volumes of solids, Integration with density functions

Homework 5 (due 10/31)
6 10/29-11/2 § 4.8, 8.1

Parametric equations, arc length

Homework 6 (due 11/7)
Midterm 2 on Wednesday, November 7 from 7:30-9pm

This exam is cumulative but will focus more heavily on those topics from Weeks 4 through 6.

You can find more information on the Exams page.

7 11/5-11/9 § 6.3, 11.1

Differential equations, initial value problems

Homework 7 (due 11/14)
8 11/12-11/16 § 11.2, 11.4

Slope fields, separable equations

Homework 8 (due 11/28)
9 11/26-11/30 § 11.5, 11.6, 11.7

Applications and modeling: growth and decay, logistic equation

Homework 9 (due 12/5)
10 12/3-12/7 Review of the entire quarter
Final exam on Monday, December 10 from 7pm-10pm
See the Exams page for more information and the review worksheet.

Autumn 2018 -- Department of Mathematics, Stanford University