- Contact information (to get in touch with me);
- Tutoring information (for outside help);
- Grading (how the class is graded);
- Schedule (the material that we'll cover);
- Downloading help (if you have trouble reading some of the files here);
- Your current grade (on Moodle, where you must log in).

- Attendance (taken every day);
- Homework (assigned nearly every day);
- Exams (May 1 and June 5).

However, I plan to approach the basic concepts of calculus using infinitesimal differentials, because this is easier and closer to the way calculus is actually used, compared to the approach taken by the textbook (which is based on limits). A nice textbook that takes the same approach as I do is Calculus Made Easy (Silvanus Thompson, 1910), which you can read free online (although the language is a bit old-fashioned and British).

I also have some notes for lectures, hand-outs, and so forth.
If you missed class, then you might be able to find a substitute here.
But there is *no* guarantee that everything will show up!

Links:

- Calculus Made Easy.
- Introduction (from March 29 Thursday).
- Summary of differential calculus (from April 5 Thursday): DjVu format, PDF format.
- Rules of differentiation (from April 10 Tuesday): DjVu format, PDF format.
- Limits (from April 12 Thursday): DjVu format, PDF format.
- Exponents and logarithms (from May 3 Thursday): DjVu format, PDF format.
- Integrals (from May 10 Thursday): DjVu format, PDF format.
- A handy website to find indefinite integrals is integrals.wolfram.com, but see also my warnings about that site.
- That's it!

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