Marcelo Mendes Disconzi, PhD student
Department of Mathmatics of SUNY - Stony Brook University

MAT125 - Calculus A - Spring 11
Recitation R07

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Course information.
Here you will find information about Recitation R07 of MAT125 - Calculus A. For general information about the course, see the MAT125 webpage. Recitation R07 meets on Fridays from 11:45am to 12:50pm at Physics P116 (click here for a map).
You will need a WebAssign and a Blackboard account to handle your homework (WebAssign is accessed through Blackboard). If you have trouble accessing them, contact the MAT125 staff immediately.

Office hours.
Thu 12-2pm in the MLC, and Fri 1-2pm in my office (2-114, second floor of the Math Building). Remember, however, that the MLC is a place for helping students; hence, you may come to the MLC any time you want and certainly you will find a tutor there to help you. You can also try to schedule an appointment by email (

A detailed schedule for the course can be found here. In particular, pay attention to the following dates:
Midterm 1: Thursday Feb 24th, 8:30pm.
Midterm 2: Monday, March 28th, 8:30pm.
Final Exam: Monday, May 23rd, 8:00am (notice that the Final is in the morning!)

Announcements and extra material.
Here you can find a list of common mistakes done by students in MAT125. Even though this seems very simple, make sure you understand the math involved in order to avoid such mistakes.

Review session for the first midterm:
Tuesday, Feb 22nd, 6-7:30pm at room P-131 of the Math Building.

Review session for the second midterm:
Friday, March 25th, 7pm at room P-131 of the Math Building.
(click here for a review sheet).

Review session for the Final.
Thursday, May 19th, 5:30pm at room P-131 of the Math Bulding.
Here is a practice final.

Anonymous feedback.
Students are encouraged to bring suggestions and to discuss with me any concerns they may have. But if you don't feel comfortable about seeing me to discuss anything you think is not being properly handled in the course, here you have the opportunity to send me some anonymous feedback.