Returning to class after illness:
The University asks students who have been ill to contact
the Student Health Center. They will tell you whatever steps
you need to take before returning to campus. Their phone number is
631-632-6740. Their webpage is
Student Health Services.
Student Resources in Lumen OHM :
The Lumen OHM page includes material like extra practice exercises
and videos on various topics. An alternate link is given
The course name for this page is "MAT 126 Student Resources" and the
enrollment key is the same.
Peer Assisted Learning:
This is a program open to all students where fellow undergraduates
that have already taken the course lead study sessions. The
schedules and contact information is located in the
PAL schedule for MAY 123, 125, 126
The Stony Brook tutoring center website is located
For more information about PAL, click
Important Note: online versus in-person:
Lecture 1 (this lecture) has online lectures
but in-person recitations which are mandatory to
Students seeking to be
completely online must enroll in Lecture 3 of MAT 126, taught
by Prof. Dang, and enroll in one of its associated recitations.
If you encounter difficulty doing this on Solar, you can obtain
permission to enroll from Prof. Dang
or the mathematics undergraduate directior, Prof. Sutherland.
The link to the MAT 126 Lecture 3 website is
MAT 126.3 Webpage.
(There is no longer any Lecture 2 for MAT 126.
That lecture was cancelled over
the summer and Lecture 3 was not renamed.)
The university requires students to wear masks during
in-person recitations. Students without masks will be asked
Electronic exam submission
Since exams are given in-person,
students are not required to submit any exam work electronically.
Just fill in the answers on the provided quiz or
midterm papers and turn them in to the teaching
assistant at the end of the exam.
However, students may submit quiz and midterm answers
electronically if they wish. To do this, download and print this
MAT 126 Answer Sheet, which contains 30
empty boxes for multiple choice responses (only use as many are
needed, e.g., 10 for a quiz).
Bring the sheet to
recitation with you and fill it in as you work the exam. When
the exam is over, photograph the form and email to your TA.
Make sure your name and ID number are visible.
The exam itself may not be photographed or kept.
Images of the answer sheets should be submitted
as a PDF file; there are many apps that will convert a
picture to PDF format. For Apple phones there is
Genius Scan, which other
students have reported works well.
Lecture 1 Instructor
Prof. Christopher Bishop
Dept. Phone: (631)-632-8290
Dept. FAX: (631)-632-7631
This a second course in calculus covering methods and
applications of integration; enrolled students should
have already passed MAT 125 or had an appropriate
score on the Mathematics Department placement exam.
We will cover the definitions of definite and indefinite
integrals, the fundamental theorem of calculus, methods
of explicitly evaluating integrals, methods of numerically
estimating integrals, applications to computing areas,
volumes, arclengths and other applications, parametric
equations and calculus with polar coordinates.
A description of MAT 125 and links to webpages from previous
semesters can be found here . If you need to review limits and
derivatives, look at Chapters 1-4 of
Volume 1 of our current textbook, that can be downloaded from
Open Stax Calculus Vol I
A Lumen OHM course giving review problems of MAT 125 material can
here with course ID 44639 and enrollment
key 'MAT 125 review'. This is not required and is only
made available in case you want to review any MAT 125 topics
on your own.
Due to internet problems, online classes may occasionally be
interrupted. If you lose the connection, rejoin when you can;
the lectures will be recored so you can view the missed parts
later. If I am cut off, give me 10-15 minutes to re-establish
the connection; most interruptions are shorter than this. If I
can't come back right away, I will send an email to the class when I
can, and post a recording on any material we did not cover.
With luck, this won't happen too often.
The textbook is Volume 2 of Calculus by Open Stax at
Rice University. This is a free online textbook that can be
the link on this page .
If there is a problem with the above link, two alternatives are:
Calculus, Volume 2 and
If you prefer smaller files, here are the individual chapters we
plan to cover:
Chapter 1 ,
Chapter 2 ,
Chapter 3 ,
Chapter 7 .
Links to individual sections of the text are given below in
the lecture schedule.
The math department has a collection of videos on
MAT 126 topics that might be helpful to you.
MAT DEPT 126 VIDEOS and
for a page of links to these videos.
In-person versus online recitation sections
In order to accomodate students who cannot come to campus
regularly, MAT 126 is taught in two lectures, one with
in-person recitations and one with online recitations.
All Lecture 1 recitations are in-person; students who can't
attend these regularly should enroll in the other lecture and
one of its recitations.
Lecture 2 was canceled, so the other lecture is called Lecture 3.
Lecture 3 of MAT 126 is taught by Prof. Dang (Nguyen-Bac.Dang@stonybrook.edu).
The two MAT 126 lectures will have similar schedules and exams,
and I will try to make it possible for students to view both
lectures if they wish, but for grading will be important to regularly
attend the lecture and recitation that you are enrolled in.
As per current
university requirements for large classes, the twice-a-week
lectures will be online via Zoom, but the once-a-week
recitation sections led by teaching assistants (TAs), will meet
in-person for Lecture 1. Midterms and weekly quizzes will be
administered in recitation, so it is important to attend
regularly. Times are locations are listed below, as well
as contact information for the TAs.
Since all lectures are presented via Zoom, all students will
need a device with this software installed. Links to the Zoom lectures
are provided in Blackboard.
We will use Lumen OHM for homework, so you will need a device with
a web browser that can connect to the Stony Brook Blackboard site
to access homework. You will also need to access your Stony Brook
Google email to receive occasional emailed announcements (these
will also appear in the Blackboard announcements for the course).
Grades will be based on 5 types of evaluation:
1. Lumen OHM problems sets (20%):
Lumen provides a free (to the student) Online Homework Management
system that generates random variations of problems selected by
the instructor and grades them automatically.
You do NOT need to sign up for an Lumen OHM account; the
assignments should be visible to you through Blackboard (in fact,
if you access the homework from an individually set up Lumen
OHM account, and not through Blackboard, your
homework grades may not recorded in Blackboard correctly).
We will drop the two lowest homework grades.
Assignments in Lumen OHM are automatically graded by the system, so
you will see the results right away. You will be allowed multiple
attempts to do each problem without a penalty, and to ask for an
alternate version of the problem instead. The due dates of these
will be the same for everyone in MAT 126, regardless of section, usually
on Friday of the week following the week when the relevant material
is presented in lecture (but you are encouraged to do it earlier, and
even try to do them as soon as we covered the material in class).
In general, the Lumen OHM problems only give credit for
a correct answer in the correct form; no partial credit.
ACCESS LUMEN OHM THROUGH BLACKBOARD There is a link to
the class Lumen page in Blackboard, just underneath the Zoom link on
left hand side. It is important to access homework through this link,
so that Lumen knows to transfer your grades back to Blackboard. If you
have used Lumen OHM before, you may have accessed it by first logging in
and then using a Course ID and Enrollment Key, but we are not
using this method for MAT 126 this Fall.
Please let me know if you have any trouble seeing the Lumen content
using the link in Blackboard.
2. Class participation (5%): There will be assignments
in Lumen OHM to be done during lectures: many of these problems
I will do as examples and you simply have to enter my answer
into the assignment. A few I will leave for you to try during
lecture, to ask me questions about and complete after class, if
necessary. You will have 24 hours to complete these problems.
3. Weekly quizzes in recitation (20%, drop worst 2 of 9):
The teaching assistants
will give short (about 20 minutes) quizzes at the end of most
recitations on non-exam weeks.
For in-person recitations, these are
written on a sheet of paper and handed in. For online recitations,
quizzes will be given either using Lumen OHM or Gradescope.
Details will be provided at the beginning of the semester.
No make-up quizzes will be given. The worst two quiz grades will
be dropped and missed quizzes will count among these.
There are no recitation quizzes in weeks 5, 9 and 13, when we
use the recitation meetings to have exams.
4. Exams in recitation (3 exams, 15% each, 45% total):
There will be three exams taking up an entire recitation section
in weeks 5, 9 and 13.
These will cover roughly Chapters 1, 2 and 3
respectively; the exact sections covered on each
exam are given in the lecture schedule below.
For Lecture 1 these
will be paper-and-pencil exams completed on the
provided forms and handed in at the end
of the exam period.
5. Online final exam (10%): There will be a cumulative
online final exam on all the sections of textbook covered
in the class. It will be given in the Lumen OHM system,
the same system used for the online homework.
Some form of online proctoring will be used.
is the Stony Brook University class management system. Your
homework, quiz and exam grades will be posted here. Letter grades
for the course are posted in the Solar System. I will occasionally
post announcements in Blackboard; you should receive email notifications
whenever this occurs. Homework assignments and the online final can be
accessed through your Blackboard account. Also links to the lectures via
is the Stony Brook University administrative management system
(registration, bills,...). It is not used for classes, except
to post letter grades at the end of the semester..
Stony Brook Gmail
Check your email@example.com email
Stony Brook Virtual SINC Site
Late in the course I expect to demonstrate software from the
Virtual Sinc Site.
This gives you access to various software
packages on a university license, such as Mathematica and Matlab.
These systems, among others, are can be used to compute some
difficult integrals symbolically (Section 3.5 of the text) and
most numerically (Section 3.6).
I plan to demonstrate how they are used in lecture,
but I won't require their use on assessments.
Using the virtual Sinc Site requires downloading the
Citrix receiver software (you will be prompted).
Even though we won't need to use the Virtual Sinc Site much in this class,
it is good idea to make sure you can access it for future classes.
Math Learning Center (MLC) and office hours
Normally, the MLC is a room in the basement (SL level) of the Math Tower where
you can go for face-to-face help with teaching assistants and faculty
(not necessarily your own instructors). However, for Fall 2020 the
MLC will be entirely online. To use the MLC click this
link for MLC webpage.
You should see a list of tutors who are available right now, and
a schedule of who is available throughout the week.
When there are tutors online, there is a zoom link to the session
for that tutor.
The zoom sessions are set up so that the student needs to be
authenticated, usually with SBU netid,
and the tutor is supposed to use the waiting room
so that they get admitted "on demand" -- typically one student at a time.
Each MAT 126 TA is supposed to hold
three office hours each week, two of which take place in MLC.
You may either seek out your own TA, or get help from whoever is
available at the moment (however, TAs from other classes might not have
access to MAT 126 textbook or assignments, so you will have to
describe the problem to them, or show it to them with the share-screen
Here is a
link to check who is holding math department
hours now (questions about placement exams, classes, scheduling,...).
Here is a
link to check who in the math departement is having
regular (not MLC or advising) office hours now.
You can download
Zoom here, if you do not already have it
installed on your computer. Access to Zoom lectures and recitations
will be provided through your Blackboard account.
Changes to the original lecture and recitation days-times-places
Lecture and recitation times were changed over the summer.
For a list of new rooms and times, and names of the
teaching assistants click
Important University Dates
Link to university academic calendars, including final exam calendars.
First day of classes: Monday August 24, 2020.
Last day to add/drop: Friday, Sept 4, 2020.
Last day to drop-down: Friday October 2, 2020. (students may move to
a lower numbered math course without penalty; moving up must be done by
Sept 4, or requires a petition).
Fall break: Canceled. Instead of a short break on
Oct 12 and 13, we will get all of Thanksgiving week off instead.
Last day to withdraw or choose Grade/Pass/NoCredit:
Friday October 23, 2020
Last day for in-person classes:
Friday, November 20. All classes meet online after Thanksgiving break.
Saturday November 21 to Sunday November 29, 2020.
Last day of classes: Monday December 7, 2020.
Reading day: Tuesday December 8, 2020.
Wednesday December 9 to Thursday December 17, 2020.
MAT 126 Common Final Exam:
Thursday December 10, 2020.
Commencement: Friday December 18, 2020
The G/P/NC deadline is the last day of classes.
This policy allows you to set a threshhold so that if you
score above the threshold in a class you get a that grade
on your transcript, and otherwise you get a P (for pass) or
NC (no credit), neither of which affects your GPA.
For example, if you set the threshhold at C and if you get a
C- or a D you will get a P in the course (which means it won't
count towards major requirements, but also won't affect your GPA).
A grade of F gives an NC (also won't affect your GPA), and any
grade equal to or higher than your threshhold will count as usual.
Usually one can only P/NC one course per semester, but this semester
the university is allowing students to P/NC two classes.
Details about G/P/NC can be found at
SBU G/P/NC page.
Lecture recordings. Click this for links to previous lecture recordings.
For each week I list sections of the text we plan to cover that week.
When two sections are listed, we will generally do one per lecture.
When there are three listed, the middle topic will often straddle
Online homework on each week's sections will be assigned in Lumen OHM
and due for everyone at the end of the following week. However, it is
recommended that you to complete the assignment by the time of
your recitation class. Each recitation will end with a short 10-15
minute quiz on the same material, so it is to your advantage to
have done all the problems and ask for help during the recitation,
before the quiz. The problems on Lumen may be redone after
recitation if you missed any originally (that is why they are not
officially due until the end of the week). Homework assignments
will be visible from the beginning of the semester.
Week 1, Aug 24 - Aug 28
Course administration, class webpage, Blackboard, Lumen OHM
Very quick review of limits and derivative (MAT 125)
Table of derivatives. You should know most of
these already. We will go over some of these and other material from MAT 125 in the
second lecture this week.
Aug 27 problems these are the
problems I worked on paper during lecture (problems only, not the
Week 2, Aug 31 - Sept 4, Quiz 1
Section 1.1 Approximating areas
Section 1.2 Integration
integrate.m This is the
MATLAB code I ran in class to illsutrate left and right hand
approximations to integrals. MATLAB is available on the SBU virtual SINC site.
This is not required for class; just to have fun with if you like
computers and know how to run MATLAB.
Tue Sept 1 problems only
Tue Sept 1 problems and solutions
Thur Sept 3 problems only
Thur Sept 3 problems and solutions
Week 3, Sept 7 - Sept 11, Quiz 2
The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Integration Formulas and the Net Change Theorem
Reiview of area and volume formulas and useful trig formulas.
Tue Sept 8, notes and problems
Tue Sept 8, notes, problems and
Thur Sept 10, notes and problems
Thur Sept 10, notes, problems
Lumen OHM participation problems for Sept 10 are optional, since we did not do them in class.
Week 4, Sept 14 - Sept 18, Quiz 3
Integrals involving Exponentials and Logarithms
Integrals Resulting in Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Tue Sept 15, notes and problems
Tue Sept 15, notes, problems
and solutions. We spent most of this lecture discussing the
contents of Quiz 3 and just started Section 1.6.
We will complete Section 1.6 on Thursday and
do Section 1.7 (which is short; just 3 main formulas).
Since we did not have time in class to do any Lumen OHM questions,
I will not count the Lumen partipation grade for Sept 15.
Thur Sept 17, notes and problems
Thur Sept 17, notes, problems and
Week 5, Sept 21- Sept 25: Exam 1 on Sections 1.1 to 1.5.
Exams given in recitations.
Sample problems for midterm We will
do these in class.
Sample problems for midterm
and solutions notes from class.
Sample of Quiz 2 with answers
Sample of Quiz 3 with answers
Chapter 1 review from textbook
Odd numbered questions have answers in back of textbook on page 727.
See also exercises in "Chapter 1" section of
Lumen OHM page in Blackboard (near bottom of page).
Midterm 1 will be 30 multiple choice question on six pages:
1st page 5 problems is on Sigma notation and Riemann sums
2nd page is 5 problems on estimating Riemann sums of a graphed functions (like Quiz 2)
3rd page is 5 T/F problems on properties of integrals and 3 matching graphs of f and its integral F
4th page is 4 problems on properties of integral of a graphed f (like Quiz 3)
5th page is 3 word problems involving graphs (like Quiz 3)
6th page is evaluating 6 integrals by substitution (3 definite and 3 indefinite)
Areas between curves (Thursday lecture)
Sept 24 notes and problems We will
do these in class.
Sept 24 note, problems nd
solutions Marked version from class.
Week 6, Sept 28 - Oct 2, Quiz 4
Determining Volumes by Slicing
Volumes of Revolution: Cylindrical Shells
Sept 29, Midterm 1 results,
notes and problems
Sept 29 notes, problems and solutions
Oct 1 notes and problems, Quiz 5 review
Oct 1 notes, problems and
solutions, Quiz 5 review
Week 7, Oct 5 - Oct 9, Quiz 5
Arc Length of a Curve and Surface Area
Oct 6 notes and problems,
HW 6, arclength, surface area
Oct 6 notes, problems
Oct 8 notes and problems,
physical applications, Quiz 6 review
Oct 8 notes, problems
Week 8, Oct 12 - Oct 16, Quiz 6
Moments and Centers of Mass
Oct 13 notes and problems,
Center of mass, Theorem of Pappus
Oct 13 notes, problems
Oct 15 notes, Midterm 2 review
Oct 15 notes, Midterm 2 review, solutions
Chapter 2 Review from textbook
Sample of Quiz 4
Sample of Quiz 5
Sample of Quiz 6
Midterm 2 is in recitation next week: 25 multiple choice questions
on 6 pages.
Page 1 is 4 integrations involving exponential, logarithms,
inverse trig functions (Similar to Quiz 4).
Page 2 is 2 matching formulas for area between graphs to appropriate figures, and then finding two area from the figures (similar to Quiz 4).
Page 3 is 4 problems matching formulas to pictures of volumes of revolution (similar to Quiz 5).
Page 4 is 4 problems on volumes of revolution: 2 on
setting up and evaluating for the disk method and 2 on
setting up and evaluating using the shell method (Similar to Quiz 5).
Page 5 is 5 problems on volume, arclength and area: 1 problem finding
a volume given the base and cross sections of aregion, 2 problems
setting up and evaluating an arclength integral, and 2 problems
setting up and evaluating area of a surface of revolution (Similar to
Quiz 6 and some homework problems).
Page 6 is 4 problems on physical applications: 2 on worked needed to lift
slices and 2 on finding mass of aa disk given a density (Similar to
Quiz 6 and problems worked in lecture)..
Week 9, Oct 19 - Oct 23: Exam 2 on Sections 1.6 to 2.5.
Exam given in recitation
Integrals, Exponential Functions and Logarithms
Exponential Growth and Decay
Oct 20, notes and problems
Oct 20, notes, problems and solutions.
Oct 22, notes and problems,
Review for Quiz 7
Oct 22, notes, problems and solutions.
Week 10, Oct 26 - Oct 30, Quiz 7
Integration by Parts
Trig Integration Strategies
This summarizes strategies from Section 3.2. You may print this and
bring to recition in Week 11 to use on Quiz 8.
Oct 27, notes and problems,
Oct 27, notes, problems and
Oct 29, notes and problems,
Review for Quiz 8
Oct 29, notes, problems,
Week 11, Nov 2 - Nov 6, Quiz 8 (on Sections 3.1 and 3.2)
No live class on Tuesday, Nov 3; a lecture will
be recorded and posted ahead of time.
Trig Integration Strategies
This summarizes strategies from Section 3.2. You may print this and
bring to recition in Week 11 to use on Quiz 8.
Wikipedia page on Heavyside method for computing partial fractions.
Nov 3, notes and problems.
This lecture will be pre-recorded. I will take questions about
it in the live lecture on Thur Nov 5. Partial fractions.
Nov 3, notes, problems.
Marked with solutions from pre-recorded lecture.
Nov 5, notes and problems.
Nov 5, notes, problems and solutions.
Week 12, Nov 9 - Now 13, Quiz 9 (on Sections 3.3, 3.4, 3.7),
Last in-recitation quiz.
Other Strategies for Integration (tables of integrals, computer systems)
Sections 3.5 and 3.6 will not be on the midterm or final.
Review for Midterm 3.
Nov 10 notes
Nov 10 notes and annotations
Nov 12 -- Midterm review
Nov 12 -- Midterm review with solutions
MATLAB script for comparing numerical
Textbook's Table of Integrals
CRC Table of Integrals
CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae
Virtual SINC Site
Horizon VMware This needs to be installed
before using the virtual SINC Site.
DoIT Software Catalog
MAT 331, Fall 2018 my course using MATLAB (other instructors may use diffferent software)
Chapter 3 Review from textbook
Review materials for Midterm 3
Sample of Quiz 7 with answers
Sample of Quiz 8 with answers
Sample of Quiz 9 with answers
Midterm 3 is in recitation next week: 25 multiple choice questions
on 6 pages.
Page 1: 2 indefinite integrals using integration by parts, 1 problem using theorem of Pappus
Page 2: 3 problems on Newton's law of cooling.
Page 3: 5 questions on centers of mass. Compute area, give integrals for M_y, M_x, give values for
x and y coordinates of the center of mass.
Page 4: 5 problems on partial fractions. First four problems all deal with integrating one function:
do long division to reduce a rational function with a quadratic
denominator, find the two coefficients A,B for partial fraction and then evaluae integral. Fifth problem is
to match a formula to a graph.
Page 5: 4 problems on improper integrals. There are two integrals. For each one
you first evaluate an indefinite integral and then evaluate a related improper integral.
Page 6: 5 questions on trig integral. The first three just ask you to choose the correct
strategy, just like on Quiz8. You may bring the a sheet of notes like on Quiz 8. The last two
problems are to first set up an integral related to arclength and then evaluate it using a trig
integral (your sheet of notes may be helpful).
Week 13, Nov 16 - Nov 20: Exam 3 on Sections 2.6 to 3.4,
and 3.7. Last midterm.
Calculus of Parametric Equations
Tuesday Nov 17 notes and problems
Introduction to Parametric Equations
Tuesday Nov 17 notes,
problems and solutions
Thursday Nov 19 notes and problems
Calculus of Parametric Equations: tangents, area, arclength
Thursday Nov 19 notes,
problems and solutions
Week 14, Nov 23 - Nov 27
Thanksgiving break, no classes Mon-Fri.
Week 15, Nov 30 - Dec 4 All university
classes online this week. Last week for Lecture 1.
Recitations meet online. No quiz this week.
Course grades, final exam
Area and Arc Length in Polar Coordinates
Thursday, Dec 3 is last meeting of Lecure 1.
Week 16, Dec 7 Classes on Monday only.
Last meeting for Prof. Dang's lecture.
Final Exam on Thursday Dec 10, 2:15pm-5:00pm.
Final is online via Lumen OHM and is open book.
It will be cumulative over all sections covered in MAT 126.
Links to external websites if you need some additional review of any concepts.
Topics in the history of Calculus
Below are some reading about the history of calculus that
may be of interest.
Wikipedia page on
Wikipedia page on
Wikipedia page on
Wikipedia page on
the discovery of the planet Neptune (using only mathematics).
Wikipedia page on Gauss.
Wikipedia page on Pappus.
Rankings of math departments - 2020
Shangahi Ranking of mathematics departments around the world
were announced August 31. Stony Brook was placed 16th in the world
and 9th in the United States.
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