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Math 1B—Calculus, Spring 2018
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How often would you like to receive the emails?I am writing to respond to a misleading article about me which appeared in The Crimson on Thursday, April Thus The Crimson's headline was both premature and inaccurate. Since April 13, I may note, I have written to the Ad Board accepting their offer to let me retake my Math 1b make-up final examination.
More disturbing than the factual error was The Crimson reporter's intimation that in contesting my failing grade on a Math 1b make-up final examination, I am taking advantage of my disability to shirk my academic responsibilities. A correction printed in The Crimson on April 15 acknowledged that "the article also contained misleading inferences that the student failed to cooperate with the registrar's office in arranging for the exam.
In impugning my motives, the article prejudices the entire University community against any sensitivity to the needs of disabled students at Harvard. In light of The Crimson's damaging article, I feel compelled to explain the circumstances of my exam once again.
Your readers may judge for themselves whether I am justified in seeking to have my Math 1b exam results overturned. I am totally blind, and thus unable to read an examination myself. The registrar's office therefore arranged for a proctor to read my Math 1b make-up final to me aloud, in a separate room.
A week prior to the examination, I spoke with the scheduling office about the necessity of finding a proctor who knew calculus, for I feared that someone unfamiliar with mathematical symbols would be unable to read the exam to me accurately and efficiently. The scheduling office assured me that the proctor assigned to administer my exam would be fully familiar with the material.
At no point did the office offer to braille my exam. That would, of course, have been the ideal means of accommodating my disability. Despite the scheduling office's assurances, within minutes of starting the exam on March 13, it became obvious that the proctor assigned to administer the exam to me knew very little calculus. He did not know the names of mathematical symbols on the test and resorted to describing each symbol to me by its physical appearance. Thus an integral sign, the most basic symbol of calculus, was "something that looks like an 's'.
Blind people use the Nemeth Braille Code of Mathematic and Scientific Notations, which has no relation to the physical appearance of printed mathematical symbols. Thus my proctor's efforts to describe the physical appearance of symbols on the exam, in lieu of identifying them by name, were meaningless to me.
Imagine, if you will, having someone unfamiliar with Greek read a Greek examination to you by describing the individual letters in each sentence. Then imagine how much harder it would be to understand the reader if you had never physically seen any of the Greek letters he was describing to you.
Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 1B US Edition
That scenario approaches a sense of the difficulties I faced trying to take my Math 1b examination with a proctor who could not read math. After a frustrating hour-and-a-half of trying to guess what symbols the proctor was attempting to describe to me, I finally asked him to call the registrar's office. Two members of the office's staff came.Nav Menu 2. Textbooks present new concepts and learning tasks for students to complete with educator supervision.
They include practice and review problems, and are designed to be used alongside workbooks. The Concrete Pictorial Abstract approach enables students to encounter math in a meaningful way. Direct correlation of the textbook to the workbook facilitates focused review and evaluation. The modeling method enables students to visualize and solve problems quickly and efficiently.
New mathematical concepts are introduced through a spiral progression that builds on concepts already taught and mastered. Metacognition is employed as a strategy for learners to monitor their thinking processes in problem solving.
Speech and thought bubbles provide guidance through the thought processes, making even the most challenging problems accessible to students.
Color patches invite active student participation and facilitate lively discussion about concepts. Regular reviews in the textbook provide consolidation opportunities. Note: Two textbooks A and B for each grade correspond to the two halves of the school year. Answer key not included. Soft cover. Look Inside. Ed 1B. Primary Math Workbook 1B U.Alexander Paulin apaulin berkeley.
I love all things mathematical and I especially love teaching all things mathematical. If you want to know about my experience and general teaching philosophy, here is my teaching portfolio. Here we introduce various ways to visualize them. Essential Functions Lecture Notes There are far too many functions to study them all. Here we introduce several important classes of function, the ones we will study in most depth. New Functions from Old Functions Lecture Notes Here we look at how functions can be altered and how it affects their graphs.
Exponential Functions Lecture Notes Exponential functions are a deeply important class of functions, apprearing all throughout nature. Here we introduce them along with the natural base e. Inverse Functions Lecture Notes Under what circumstances does a function admit an inverse?
Here we explore this question as well as asking what graphs of inverse functions look like. The Tangent and Velocity Problem Lecture Notes The classical definiton of average velocity is the distance traveled divided by time taken to do so.
This doesn't make sense if we ask what velocity means at a single moment in time. Here we explore this deep question. The Limit of a Function Lecture Notes To make sense of velocity at a single moment we had to think about how functions behaved as the input approaches but does not equal a specific value.
Here we formalize this idea with the concept of a limit, the central technical tool in all of calculus. Calculating Limits Using Limit Laws Lecture Notes With the concept of a limit definited at least informallywe develop methods to compute them for a wide class of functions.
The Precise Definition of a Limit Lecture Notes The informal approach to limits is all well and good, but if we are to study functions in more depth we need a much more precise defintion. Here we introduce the rigorous, so called epsilon-delta defintion of a limit. Continuity Lecture Notes A function is continuous at a point if the limit there can be calculated in the most straightforward way possible.What would you like to know about this product?
Please enter your name, your email and your question regarding the product in the fields below, and we'll answer you in the next hours. You can unsubscribe at any time. Enter email address. Welcome to Christianbook. Sign in or create an account. Search by title, catalog stockauthor, isbn, etc. Homeschool Event Bibles for a New Season. Shipment delay - click here for more details. Wishlist Wishlist. Write a Review. Advanced Search Links. Add To Cart. Standards Math 1A. Designed for classroom use, Singapore Math's Primary Mathematics Standards Edition Teacher's Guides are designed to help teachers understand the course material and prepare for the day's lessons.
Rewritten specifically for the Standards Editions, the lessons have been developed according to the California approach and methodology. Step-by-step lesson plans, introductory content, scheme of work, answers to workbook exercises, mental math, and problem-solving worksheets, and extra practice are included.
Related Products. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Ask a Question What would you like to know about this product?Students may work together on homework problems as long as each student writes up their own homework in their own words and understands the solution. At most one late homework set will be accepted, and only at your TA's discretion, if arrangements have been made in advance with your TA, and if the work is less than a week late.
Other than in exceptional circumstances, homework will not be accepted more than a week after the deadline. Many of the problems which will be assigned this year in Math 1b, also were assigned in previous years in Math 1b. Do not consult the solution sets from previous years in working this years problems. Go to the recitations! Some weeks, a portion of the recitation will be dedicated to introducing some computational or even theoretical aspect which the Instructor will not have time to present in class.
In general, get to know your TA, and try to use them to fill in all the holes in your understanding of the subject. For example, "by Mathematica" is not an acceptable justification for deriving one equation from another. Also, since computers and calculators will not be allowed on the exams, it's best not to get too dependent on them. Math 1b-An Winter Search this site.
Linear Algebra. Course Description and Grading Breakdown. Math 1b is a one term course on linear algebra over the real and complex numbers. Vector spaces are defined axiomatically and proofs are supplied for most results. Topics include: vector spaces and inner product spaces; subspaces, dimension, and bases; linear transformations; systems of linear equations; matrices; determinants; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; the characteristic polynomial; symmetric, hermitian and unitary matrices; and transformations.
Jack Tao. Course Notes and Textbook. II, 2nd edition, and the material we will cover corresponds fairly closely to Chapters in it. However, it is not strictly necessary to buy this book for the course. These are some brief and rough notes of the material covered in the lectures. The file includes notes from 8 weeks of classes. I don't recommend them for learning the material, but just as a guide to what has been done. In particular, most proofs will probably be omitted.
Course Notes Ombuds.May 18 Course grades are complete. I have added a detailed explanation of the grade computation algorithm under Grading policybelow. May 3 Posted answers to practice problems for final exam.
May 1 Posted practice problems for the final exam. Apr 30 Prof. Apr 16 Online course evaluations are open from now until the end of RRR week. Please take a few minutes to evaluate this class. Apr 12 Midterm 2 is graded. The exam is in the same rooms as Midterm 1.
Feb 28 Midterm 1 grading is complete. Gradescope regrade requests will be open for a few weeks, closing before Spring Recess. Feb 26 We will be grading midterms online using Gradescope. You will receive email with a link to view your graded exam and make re-grade requests if needed. We hope to have the exams graded by Tuesday night or Wednesday. Feb 20 Midterm 1 will be held in three rooms.
Primary Mathematics Teacher's Guide 1B (Standards Edition)
See below for which room you are in. I have posted some practice problems with answers. Jan 22 There is an audio-only webcast of this course on the bCourses page.
No video, but if you miss a lecture the audio might be useful in conjunction with notes borrowed from another student. Jan 9 Welcome to Math 1B! Please check here for updates and announcements. Students must enroll in the lecture and a discussion section. You must attend the section in which you are enrolled.
There is no waitlist on Cal Central for this class. Typically, some spaces open up early in the term. See the Math Department course enrollment guidelines and availability updates pages for more information. Please do not contact me asking for help with enrollment, as I have no control over it. Description and prerequisites Course catalog description: Continuation of Math 1A. Techniques of integration; applications of integration. Infinite sequences and series.Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: ALEKS for Math 1B
First-order ordinary differential equations. Second-order ordinary differential equations; oscillation and damping; series solutions of ordinary differential equations. The prerequisite for this course is Math 1A or credit for an equivalent course. Students who have taken Math 16B receive 2 units of credit for Math 1B.
You can also use the full 8th Edition. You may be able to get by with the 7th edition, but you will need to take note that some sections and exercises are different.