This is the course page for David Lowry-Duda’s students in Math 100, Fall 2016, at Brown University. Note that there is a main webpage for all Math 100 courses taught this semester, located at https://sites.google.com/a/brown.edu/fa16-math0100/. Homeworks for the course will be posted and updated there — this site is for any additional notes or materials provided to this class.
Any additional notes or materials that I will provide will be linked to here.
- An Intuitive Introduction to Calculus, which reviews some of the basic and big ideas of calculus leading into Math 100.
- Paul’s Online Math Notes have good supplementary material on the use of partial fractions in integration.
- The Khan Academy is a source of some more guided examples on polynomial long division.
- An additional note on a partial fraction integral example we started in class, on this site and in pdf form.
- Series Convergence Tests with Prototypical Examples. [Also a direct link to the note as a pdf, and a link to just the statements of the convergence tests].
- An Intuitive Overview of Taylor Series, introducing our next big topic.
Instructor Name: David Lowry-Duda
Email Address: email@example.com
Websites: https://sites.google.com/a/brown.edu/fa16-math0100/ and davidlowryduda.com
Homework Site: https://sites.google.com/a/brown.edu/fa16-math0100/homework
Office Hours: Tuesdays from 9:30am to 11:30am in Kassar House 010, or by appointment.
Class: TR 1:00-2:20PM in Barus & Holley 159.