Prerequisites: 
Grade 12 maths; an acceptable score on the Maths Placement Test. 
Text: 
Calculus: Early Transcendentals (6th Edition), by James Stewart (Brooks/Cole, 2008). 
Syllabus: 
We will cover the following material: 

 Calculus Overview:
Sections 1.1  1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.8, 4.9, 5.1.
 Limits and Derivatives:
Sections 2.2, 2.3, 2.5  2.8.
 Derivatives:
Sections 3.1  3.7, 3.11.
 Mean value Theorem, Curve Sketching, and Applications:
Sections 4.1  4.5, 4.7.

Grades: 
The final mark is allocated as follows: 

 Assignments:
Ten assignments totalling 10%.
 Quizzes:
Six quizzes totalling 10% (No Calculators, Closed Book).
 MidTerm: 24 Oct, 7pm8.30pm, Bailey 146.
20% (No Calculators, Closed Book, ID required).
 Final Examination:
60% (No Calculators, Closed Book, ID required).

Note: 
Your lowest quiz mark will be excluded when calculating the final mark. If it is to your advantage and you have a grade of at least C on term work (midterm exam, quizzes, and assignments), then the final will count for 100%. 
Warning: 
Please be aware of UNB's policy on plagiarism and other academic offences. This can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar. 