## MAT 127: Calculus C

### Stony Brook            Spring 2022

Congratulations to those of you who did excellent job on the final exam, especially after a setback on the second midterm! The grades (not letter) should now be available on BlackBoard; the letter grades should be available in solar after Thursday evening. Your letter grade for the semester is completely determined by your WeiTot on Blackboard (but rounded to one decimal place) in accordance with the following table, with the minor exception described at the beginning of the semester.

 letter grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D F weighted total (%) 78.5+ 76-78.4 68-75.9 62-67.9 59.2-61.9 52-59.1 44.6-51.9 40-44.5 35-39.9 31-34.9 30.9-
These overall letter-grade breakdowns are based on the following letter-grade breakdowns for the fourcomponents of the weighted total:
 out of A/A- B± C+/C D F MI 80 65+ 50-64 40-49 28-39 27- MII 80 60+ 48-59 35-47 22-34 21- FE 150 110+ 85-109 60-84 45-59 45- HW (%) 100 77+ 60-76.9 50-59.9 33-49.9 32.9-
The HW breakdowns take into account the presence of the harder letter and end-of-chapter problems. The highest grades on the final exam were 149, 145, and 143 out of 150.

Howework Assignments: HW1/solutions, HW2/solutions, HW3/solutions, HW4/solutions, HW5/solutions, HW6/solutions, HW7/solutions, HW8/solutions, HW9/solutions, HW10/solutions, HW11/solutions, HW12/solutions
Final: Info, Course Summary III, Quizzes 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/solutions, F09 exam/solutions, F10 exam/solutions S22 exam/solutions
Some Practice Questions: Sequences and Infinite Series, Power Series
Midterm II: Info, Course Summary II, F09 exam/solutions, S22 exam/solutions/comments
Midterm I: Info, Course Summary I, F09 exam/solutions, S22 exam/solutions/comments
Early Exam: 2010 exam/solutions
Administrative Information: General Course Information, Additional Course Information, FAQs, Office Hours, etc.

 HW1 HW2 HW3 HW4 HW5 HW6 HW7 HW8 HW9 HW10 HW11 HW12 Max Score 90 90 85 100 65 80 70 85 20 130 110 105 L01 CD CD HC CD CD HC CD CD HC HC HC NC L02 CD HC CD CD HC CD CD HC CD CD CD CD L03 HC CD CD HC CD CD HC CD CD CD CD CD

Please generally attend the lecture you are registered for. If you are unable to attend a class in the lecture you are registered for or would like to see a specific topic again, you may attend another lecture. However, due to space limitations, the students registered in any given lecture and arriving on time will have priority. On the other hand, please free to attend any of the office hours.

Additional help is available through the Math Learning Center, which is located in Math S-240A and staffed by math grad students and faculty, as well as through the Residential Tutoring Centers. The morning hours at MLC are usually less popular and thus the staff are more likely to be able to devote more attention to each student. Some of the questions in MAT 127 are rather technical, and some MLC/RTC tutors may have difficulty helping you because they may not be certain what you already know (or should know). You are most likely to receive MAT 127 specific answers at the

1. 8 weekly non-MLC office hours of the current MAT 127 teaching staff (see p2 here);
2. 4 weekly MLC hours of the current MAT 127 graders (see p2 here);
3. MLC hours of other faculty (see the MLC schedule);
4. MLC hours of TAs who recently taught MAT 127/132 (see the MLC schedule).

### Special Needs

If you have a physical, psychological, medical, or learning disability that may impact your course work, please contact Disability Support Services at (631) 632-6748 or online. They will determine with you what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. All information and documentation is confidential. Students who require assistance during emergency evacuation are encouraged to discuss their needs with their instructors and Disability Support Services. For procedures and information, please go to this website.