447, Section D13, Fall 2016
Text book: Kenneth A. Ross,
Elementary Analysis. Theory of Calculus (Second
Edition), Springer, 2013.
pdf and epub files of the book are available through UIUC library
Professor: Eugene Lerman
Office: 336 Illini Hall
Phone: (217) 244-9510
email: lerman( at )math. uiuc. edu
(the best way to contact Eugene Lerman)
Home page: https://math.uiuc.edu/~lerman
homework assignments are posted at
I may scan my lecture notes and post them on the
Office Hours: see my calender and/or
Section D13 MWF 11 am, 445 Altgeld Hall
Prerequisites: Officially either math 416 or one of MATH 410,
MATH 415 together with one of MATH 347, MATH 348, CS 373; or consent
of instructor. In practice, ability to understand and write proofs.
We will study material from Chapters 1 - 6.
Homework: Homework problems are to be assigned
once a week. They are due the following week in class. No
late homework will be accepted.
Attendance: of lectures/discussions is expected.
Exams: There will be quizzes, two midterms and a
final. All exams will be closed book.
The midterms will take place on
September 21 and October 26
The final, according to the non-combined final
examination schedule is to take place on
7:00–10:00 PM, Monday, December 12
Requests for a make-up quizzes or exam require a serious documentation and are
rarely granted. I will drop the lowest homework and quiz scores.
Grade: The formula for the course grade is roughly
There is no plan for a curve.
However, if you do significantly better on the final than your course
average grade, I will take that into account.
final exam = 35 %
2 midterms at 20 % each = 40%
homework, quizzes = 25%
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