The Mathematics Department of
SUNY at Stony Brook
Proudly Presents


where you will be initiated into the mysteries of integration,
power series, differential equations, and their applications.

  Course Coordinator:
Prof. Claude LeBrun.

Default Textbook:

James Stewart
Calculus: Concepts and Context,
Single Variable Calculus, Fourth Edition.
But be sure to read this discussion
before you buy anything!

Final Exam Information & Study Guide

Second-Order Differential Equations:
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems


Exam Schedule

Midterm I Thursday, September 29 8:15-9:35 pm
Midterm II Wednesday, November 2 7:50-9:15 pm
Final Exam Thursday, December 8 2:15-5:00 pm

By enrolling in this course, you are promising to be available for these exams at these times.
No calculators will be allowed or needed in these exams. Pencil-and-paper solutions only!

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Tutorial help is available through the Math Learning Center, located in Math Tower basement, room S-235. For more information, click here.

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