Instructor: David Marker

Call Number: 12615

Class Meets: 5-8 W 219 TH

Office: 411 SEO

Office Hours: M 11:00-1:00, W 9:00-10:00, 4:00-5:00

phone: (312) 996-3069

e-mail: marker@math.uic.edu

course webpage: http://www.math.uic.edu/~marker/mtht430

- M. Spivak,
*Calculus*, Publish or Perish, Inc.

- Properties of the Real Numbers
- Functions
- Limits
- Continuity

This a theoretical course and it is expected to write proofs.

Selected homework problems will be graded.

You may discuss homework problems with other students, but you must write up your solution independently. All proofs should be written neatly with complete gramatical sentences.

Late homework will be accepted only in exceptional circumstances.

- There will probably be several quizes. Quizes and homework will count for 30% of your final grade. The two lowest homework scores will be dropped.
- There will be one midterm exam.
The midterm
will count for 30% of your final grade. The midterm exam will
be on
**Wednesday October 13**. - The final exam will count for 40% of your final grade.
The final exam will be
**December 8**at 5:00.

- Problem Set 1 (Due September 1) Chapter 1: 1 (ii),(iii), 3 (ii),(vi), 5 (iii), (viii), 7
- Problem Set 2 (Due September 8)Chapter 1: 12 iv), 14, 20, Chapter 2: 1 ii),5,19
- Problem Set 3 (Due September 15)
- Problem Set 4: Chapter 3: 4,6,9,12,15 (Due September 22)
- Problem Set 5 (Due September 27)
- Problem Set 6 (Due October 6)
- Problem Set 7 (Due October 20)
- Problem Set 8 (Due October 27)
- Problem Set 9 (Due November 3)
- Problem Set 10 (Due November 10)
- Problem Set 11 (Due November 17)
- Problem Set 12 (Due November 24)

- Study Guide and Sample Midterm
- Solutions You should only look at the solutions after making a serious attempt at the sample problems.

- Solutions for quizes 1--3
- Midterm Solutions
- Lecture Notes with proof of Bolzano-Weierstrass Theorem and alternate proofs of "Three hard theorem" of chapter 7 & 8 of Spivak
- Notes with a proof that a continuous one-to-one fucntion is either increasing or decreasing.
- Study Guide for Final and Review Problems
[
**corrected**]- Solutions You should only look at the solutions after making a serious attempt at the sample problems.

David Marker's homepage

Last revised: 12/1/04