Math 240, Fall 2012

I am teaching four sections of recitation for Professor Pantev's Math 240 course.


The final will be held in DRL A1, 9-11am Tuesday, December 18.

Recitation Hours:

  • Section 211: Monday 9:00-10:00am, DRL 2C6
  • Section 212: Monday 10:00-11:00am, DRL 2C6
  • Section 213: Wednesday 9:00-10:00am, DRL 2C6
  • Section 214: Wednesday 10:00-11:00am, DRL 2C6

  • Office Hours:

  • Held in my office, DRL 4C13
  • Tuesday: 12:30-1:30
  • Friday: 1:30-2:30

  • Homework, Quiz, and Exams:

    Solutions to various things

    Homeworks will not be graded. However, this is definitely not an invitation to ignore the homework! If you don't do your homeworks, you won't do as well on the graded portion of the class, so they are very important. I will also be giving a short quiz almost every week in recitation. These quizzes will contain problems from the homework with very minor alterations. I will be dropping your lowest quiz grade.

    If you have a special reason for being unable to take an exam (religious observance, sports, etc.) speak with or email Professor Pantev during the first few weeks of class.

    Emailing Me:

    Although I am here to answer your 240 questions, email is a terrible medium for math discussion. Please instead bring up your question in recitation or office hours. If you are uncomfortable asking questions in recitation, you can email me at least 24 hours before recitation and I will bring up the question anonymously. If doing so, please include your recitation section in case I don't remember which one you are in. Feel free to email me about other issues, however.

    Calculus Resources:

    Along with recitation and office hours, there are a number of resources provided by Penn to help you succeed in your calculus class. Please take advantage of these since they are provided for your benefit!

    Sunday Night Review, Weeknight Review, and Online Help--all these are run by math grad students
    Tutoring Center
    Private Tutors


    The Department's Math 240 Page
    Professor Pantev's Homepage
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