Email me at jantrobus@

My office is in Patterson Office Tower 722.

My mailbox is in POT 715.

jantrobus@

Office in POT 722

Mailbox in POT 715

This semester, I can be found Monday 10am to 11am in the Mathskeller. I am available to meet at other times throughout the week by appointment.

Have a question about exam dates and locations? Grading scales? Course policy? It's in the syllabus.

- Dr. Zhongwei Shen's Website
- MA 113 Common Syllabus
- Lecture Syllabus
- Recitation Syllabus
- Course Calendar
- WeBWorK Online Homework
- Piazza Class Forum
- Canvas
- Worksheet Packet
- Old Exams
- Mathskeller
- The Study

If you want to write beautiful mathematical documents (such as for your written assignments), I suggest learning $\rm\LaTeX$.

~~Exam I is Tuesday, September 19, 5pm to 7pm in CP 139.~~- The Power of Belief -- Mindset and Success
- Effectiveness of Science Videos

- 1 Functions and Inverse Functions
- 2 The Exponential Function and the Logarithm
- 3 Trigonometry
- 4 Average and Instantaneous Velocity
- 5 Limits: A Numerical and Graphical Approach
- 6 Limit Laws and Continuity
- 7 Intermediate Value Theorem and Limits at Infinity
- 8 Review for Exam I

Beware: Topics between semesters may vary, and keys may not be perfect.

- Functions and Inverse Functions (key)
- The Exponential Function and the Logarithm (key)
- Review of Trigonometry (key)
- Limits: A Numerical and Graphical Approach, the Limit Laws (key)
- Algebraic Evaluation of Limits, Trigonometric Limits (key)
- Continuity (key)
- The Intermediate Value Theorem (key)
- Review for Exam I (key)

~~Exam II is Tuesday, October 17, 5pm to 7pm in CP 139.~~- Exam II Study Sheet

- 9 The Derivative, Velocities, and Tangent Lines
- 10 The Derivative as a Function, Polynomials and Exponentials
- 11 Product and Quotient Rules
- 12 Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions and the Chain Rule
- 13 Implicit Differentiation and Inverse Functions
- 14 Derivatives of Logarithms and Rates of Change
- 15 Related Rates
- 16 Review for Exam II

Beware: Topics between semesters may vary,

and keys may not be perfect.

~~Exam III is Tuesday, November 14, 5pm to 7pm in CB 212.~~- Exam III Study Sheet

- 17 Exponential Growth and Decay
- 18 Extreme Values and the Mean Value Theorem
- 19 The Shape of a Graph
- 20 L'Hôpital's Rule & Optimization
- 21 Optimization
- 22 Antiderivatives & Areas and Distances
- 23 Definite Integrals
- 24 Review for Exam III

Beware: Topics between semesters may vary,

and keys may not be perfect.

- Exponential Growth/Decay, Area Between Curves (key)
- Extreme Values and the Mean Value Theorem (key)
- The Shape of a Graph (key)
- Limits at Infinity and L'Hôpital's Rule (key)
- Optimization (key)
- Newton's Method, Antiderivatives (key)
- Approximating Area (key)
- Definite Integrals (key)
- Review for Exam III (key)

~~Exam IV is Monday, December 11, 8:30pm to 10:30pm in MDS 223.~~- Taylor Polynomials Handout
- Taylor Polynomials for Sine

- 25 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part 1
- 26 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Net Change
- 27 Substitution and More Integration
~~Area Between Curves~~- 28 Linear and Higher-Order Approximation and Applications
- 29 Review for Final Exam

Beware: Topics between semesters may vary,

and keys may not be perfect.