MATH 131 - Calculus I
  Fall 2013

Syllabus
Eldredge
10334 at 8:00a
12384 at 10:10a

Oehrtman
12385 at 10:10a
12393 at 3:35p

Raish
12989 at 1:25p
Homework

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The final exam will be Monday, December 9th, from 4:15 to 6:45 pm in McKee L152.
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"If a nonnegative quantity was so small that it is smaller than any given one, then it certainly could not be anything but zero. To those who ask what the infinitely small quantity in mathematics is, we answer that it is actually zero. Hence there are not so many mysteries hidden in this concept as they are usually believed to be. These supposed mysteries have rendered the calculus of the infinitely small quite suspect to many people. Those doubts that remain we shall thoroughly remove in the following pages, where we shall explain this calculus."

-- Leonhard Euler