Instructor 

Description 
An introduction to the basic elements of calculus and its application to
problems encountered particularly in economics and the social sciences. Topics
include limits, derivatives and their applications, integration and its
applications.

Prerequisite 
Prerequisite: At least a B in B.C. Principles of Mathematics 12 or
equivalent, or MATH 101.
NB: Credit will be granted for only one of MATH 120 and MATH 123.

Text 
Required: Introductory Mathematical Analysis,
Haeussler, Paul, and Wood,
12th edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008.
ISBN 0132404222.
This is the same textbook as is being used in MATH101 as of Fall2007.

Topics / Outline 
 Limits and Continuity (ch10)
 Differentiation (ch11)
 Elasticity of Demand, Implicit Differentiation, etc. (ch12)
 Graphs and Curves (ch13)
 Integration (ch14)
 Applications of Integration (ch15)
 (depending on time): Multivariate Calculus (ch17)

Marking 
Letter grade assignment follows the TWU percentage to grade equivalents
except that >=85% and <95% is an A; 95% and above is an A+.
Homework  20%  Each Fri (10 total) 
Midterm 1  20%  Fri 08 Feb 
Midterm 2  20%  Fri 14 Mar 
Final Exam  40%  Wed 25 Apr 911am (tentative) 

Notes 
 Homeworks are due inclass by the start of class each Friday.
NO LATE HOMEWORKS except for extenuating circumstances.
Homework turned in after the start of class up to 5pm on the due date
(including coming to class late) will be penalized 10%; after that they will
receive a zero mark.
If you can't make it to class, have a friend hand it in
for you or make prior arrangements with the instructor.
 If you turn in your homework ontime, you can expect
the TA to have it marked within a week. If you turn in your homework late,
the TA can take as long as he/she needs: you forfeit the privilege of getting
prompt feedback.
 Note that only a few questions from each homework might be marked.
Study groups are encouraged, but the final draft that you hand in must be
your own work  don't just copy another's work!
All work must be shown for full marks.
 A scientific calculator is required; graphing or special statistical
functions are not required. Please have a separate calculator from your
cell phone or PDA.
 During inclass quizzes/exams, all of the following are not permitted
and should be left in your closed/zipped bag and put on the floor:
 Textbooks, notes, cell phones, laptops, PDAs, iPods, dictionaries
 During inclass quizzes/exams, your desk should be clear except for
your pencil/pen and your calculator.
You should have your own calculator; sharing of calculators is not permitted.
Please also use a calculator separate from your cell phone.
 Students who miss more than 25% of class sessions may be barred from taking
the final exam [20072008 Academic Calendar p.18].
 In case of inclement weather, call (604) 5132147 or
see www.twu.ca/conditions.
for campus conditions.
