Welcome

Welcome to the course web page for the Fall 2015 manifestation of MAT 136: Calculus I (Section 1, Honors) at Northern Arizona University. This course is a first calculus course concentrating on limits, continuity, the derivative, and integration. Applications are made to classical problems in physics and other sciences. Calculus is one of the great achievements in human history, and I am happy that I get to share it with you.

Detailed information about the course and its structure is available at the links above.

Instructor Info

  Dana C. Ernst, PhD
  AMB 176
  11:15-12:15 MWThF and 10-11 T (or by appointment)
  dana.ernst@nau.edu
  928.523.6852
  dcernst.github.io/teaching/mat136f15

Getting Help

There are many resources available to get help. First, I recommend that you work on homework in groups as much as possible. Second, you are strongly encouraged to ask questions in the course Google Group, as I (and hopefully other members of the class) will post comments there for all to benefit from. You can also encouraged to stop by during my office hours and you can always email me. Lastly, free tutoring is available in AMB 137 through the Math Achievement Program.


Dana C. Ernst

Mathematics & Teaching

  Northern Arizona University
  Flagstaff, AZ
  Website
  928.523.6852
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  Academia.edu
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Current Courses

  MAT 220: Math Reasoning
  MAT 320: Foundations of Math

About This Site

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  The views expressed on this site are my own and are not necessarily shared by my employer Northern Arizona University.

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