#### Announcements

- Final Grades
- There are three persons whom I thought have dropped from the class. However, their name are still on the list. Since there are only few scores in their records, I'm forced to give them "F". So, the class GPA average is much lower than what I expected.
- Without those three, the class average is about 2.5-2.6.
- One person was moved up from B+ to A. So, there are three persons who get A.
- Two persons were moved up from C+ to B.
- Six persons were moved up from F to D/D+.
- The final grade for everyone else were moved up accordingly.
- I believe there is still one person who have to take a make-up final exam. Permission from the director is required.
- There are a few problems that prevent me from giving higher grades than what they currently are. So, this is the best I can do.
- There is one quiz 2 with no name. Please take a look at this scanned page and see whether it is yours.
- I will be in the ETU office (1st floor, Rangsit campus) from 9-11 AM on Wednesday morning. Please come and chat if you have any concern/question about the final exam.
- The
**final exam**is on Wednesday (May 20, 2009) from 13:30 to 16:30. We will be in room RS401 and RS402. - Including this cover page, the exam has 9 pages. It has 13 questions.
- The exam is cumulative but the main topics will be those presented during the second part of the course. You will need to use some techniques/concepts from the material before the midterm to solve the some of the questions.
- Focus on your lecture notes and HW (up to HW6).
- Part 2 of HW6 and its solution are posted. [Posted @ 11PM on May 16]
- Part 1 of HW6 and its solution are posted. [Posted @ 6PM on May 16]
- Solution of HW5 is posted. [Posted @ 6PM on May 16]
**Make-up/review class**: Sat (May 16) 9-12**Room: RS413**- You may also take a look at the score sheet which also contains the combined scores at the end of this session.
- LN9 is posted. This is the last note. [Posted @ 6PM on May 14]
- Many links to web sites that may be useful when you study for the final exam are provided at the end of this page. [Posted @ 9PM on May 13]
- LN8 is posted [Posted @ 12PM on May 13]
- We decided in class today that the
**make-up class**will be on Saturday Morning. My Plan is to have some new material for the first part of that lecture followed by a**review**for the final exam on the second part. [Posted @ 10:00PM on May 11] - So, this week we will meet on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
- Note that about half of the final exam will be based on the material covered this week.
- LN7 and Solution to HW4 are posted. [Posted @ 9:30AM on May 11]
- As requested, I scan some pages containing the exercise sets from chapter 4 of the textbook. [Posted @ 9:30AM on May 7]
- As specified in the handout that we distributed on the first day of class, the
**Final Exam**will be on**May 20**(not May 18) [Posted @ 11AM on May 6] - HW5 is posted. [Posted @ 9PM on May 6]
- A new version of LN6 is posted. [Posted @ 9AM on May 6]
- An urgent task forces me to be at Bangkadi on Monday (May 4) morning. This means I won't be able to hold an office hour this morning. Therefore, I will allocate the beginning of the lecture today for answering questions that you may have. [Posted @ 8AM on May 4]
- Update: Turn out I am able to come back at 10 AM. So we can still have office hour during the normal slot. [Posted @ 10AM on May 4]
- LN6 is posted. [Posted @ 9AM on May 4]
- There will be a
**quiz**on Monday (May 4). [Posted @ 9AM on May 1] - HW4 has already been handed out in class on Thursday (Apr 30).
- HW4 is posted. [Posted @ 9PM on Apr 29]
- LN5 is posted. [Posted @ 9AM on Apr 29]
- LN4 is posted. [Posted @ 9AM on Apr 27]
- Solutions of the midterm are posted. [Posted @ 4PM on Apr 23]
- HW3 is posted. It is much shorter than HW1 and HW2. The due date is April 30 (next Thursady). [Posted @ 2PM on Apr 23]
- Don't forget about the
*office hour*on Wednesday morning (before the exam). I will be in the ETU/CGS (1st floor, Rangsit campus) from 9:30 to 11:15. [Posted @ 9AM on Apr 21]

Please double-check that you are registered for the class. If your name is not listed in this MS word file, then you need to contact Khun Monthicha immediately. Otherwise, you will not be able to take the midterm. [Posted @ 3PM on Apr 19]

- HW1 solution is available.[Posted @ 11PM on Apr 18]
- HW2 cancelled: To make sure that everyone has a chance to see the solution of HW2 before the midterm, I decided that you don't have to submit HW2. However, I still strongly recommend that you work on it before the exam.The solution is posted below. [Posted @ 5PM on Apr 17]
- New version of HW2 posted: The last question on the HW2 that was posted earlier is about the chain rule which we haven't talked about in class yet. Therefore, I take that problem out and post a new version of HW2.
- A popup message on the school web site says "SIIT will resume normal operation on Thursday April 16, 2009" So, it seems that classes will run normally on Thursday (Apr 16) and Friday (Apr 17). Therefore, we will still have our review session this Friday (Apr 17).
- Urgent News: No class this Friday (Apr 10). HW1 due date is changed to Apr 16 (Thursday). HW2 due date is changed to Apr 24 (after the midterm). Note that the questions in both homework sets are good examples for the midterm exam questions. So, make sure that you work on them before the midterm.
- We will have a review session on Apr 17 (Friday).
- This informal session is
*optional*(which means no attendance check and no quiz.) No new material will be presented. - I want to answer as many questions as I can during this session. So come with questions.
- If there is no conflict, we will have this review session in the usual room (RS411) starting at 1:30 PM.
- Midterm exam will be on Apr 22. [Updated @ 11PM on Apr 17]
- The exam will have 8 pages + 1 cover page. There are 6 (big) problems.
- Topics include
- function (20%)
- domain of function
- algebraic operations of functions
- composition of functions
- limit (60%)
- continuity (10%)
- definition of derivative, tangent line (10%)
- To prepare for the exam, read your lecture notes. Everything that we have done in class so far is "fair game" for the midterm exam.
- Here is the cover page of the midterm exam.

#### General Information

- This is a temporary page for MAS116.
**Instructor**: Dr. Prapun Suksompong (prapun@siit.tu.ac.th)- This course covers differential and integral calculus for functions of one variable and infinite series. Topics include: limits and continuity, derivatives of functions, extreme values of functions, techniques of integration, Taylor series, and power series.
**Course Syllabus****Class information****Office Hours**- Monday : 10AM – 11AM

Wednesday: 10AM – 11AMRoom: ETU (1st floor, Rangsit campus) **Please feel free to ask any question or express any concern after class.**

#### Handouts

- Lecture Notes (LN)
- Set 1 & Set 2
- Set 3
- Set 4
- Set 5
- In the "First Derivative Test", there should be an extra condition which is f must be continuous at x = c.
- Set 6
- New version of Set 6
- Set 7
- Set 8
- Set 9
- A combined version of the lecture notes. This version includes the references. The links in the pdf file should also work.
- Homework (HW)
- Problem Set 1 (Due April 16)
- Problem Set 2 (Not Due)
- Solution for Problem Set 2
- Corrections
- For Q24 of Set 2.5, the limit should be from the left (not from the right).
- For Q14 of Set 3.1, The expansion of (x_0+h)^2 is missing the term h^2. This does not change the final answer.
- Problem Set 3 (Due April 30)
- Problem Set 4 (Due May 7)
- Problem Set 5 (Due May 15)
- Scanned pages containing questions from chapter 4.
- Solution for Problem Set 5
- Problem Set ุ6 (Part 1) (Not Due)
- Problem Set ุ6 (Part 2) (Not Due)
- There are two sets of midterm exams.
- Detailed Solution for Set B
- Answers for Set A. Please look at Set B above for a more detailed solution. Note that, without a complete and correct derivation, you may not get full credits even when you got the right answers.

#### Misc. Links

- The are many web sites that allow you to play with some of the important calculus ideas
- TEMATH: A free software to help you learn calculus.
- L.A. Talman has a web site which contains many calculus animations.
- Here is another site which uses JAVA applets.
- Wolfram Mathematica Online Integrator