WileyPLUS Webpage is now available!
Once you know which tutorial group you are in login to
corresponding website in the table below and register. You will need
the Registration Code that
came with your textbook.
Make sure you are registering for the correct tutorial group.
|Class Section Name
||Class Section URL (Student
(Michaelmas Term Only)
||Tue 15:00 AP3.19 in Aras an
||Tue 15:00 CHLLT 0.11 in
||Fri 13:00 Salmon 1 in Hamilton
||Mon 16:00 LTEE1 in East End 4/5
||Wed 12:00 Salmon 1 in Hamilton
||Wed 12:00 M20 in Museum Bldg
||Mon 12:00 Synge 2 in Hamilton
||Wed 12:00 M4 in Museum Bldg
Course's Web Page:
In order to pass this course you are required to purchase the following
textbook. Before purchasing the book, please, make sure it has
the following ISBN number:
ISBN 0471 728608
Textbooks with this number were issued by special order for this
course. Keep the registration code
that comes with the book's package! It will allow you access to the
course's Wiley+ web page. WilleyPlus Web page contain various student
resources and your homework assignments.
You can find books with this ISBN at
Eason Bookshop , 29 Nassau Street
Figgis, 56-58 Dawson Street
Late Transcendentals Single Variable, 8th Edition
Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis
If you already have another edition you can purchase the registration
code without the book following the instructions below.
Note: textbook+code costs under 60 Euro, wile the code alone costs
about 45 Euro.
At the following webpage
Anton, Bivens, Davis / Calculus: Late Transcendentals (Combined),
Eighth Edition, WileyPLUS Registration Code
Beneath the drop down boxes for US colleges is a link for everyone
else. Fill in your details and the access code will be e-mailed to you.
||Edmund Burke Theatre
- Functions: definition,
domain and range, operations with functions, inverse function, graphs,
notions of rational, algebraic, and trigonometric
functions. (Chapters 1 Sections 1.1, 1.3-1.6)
- Limits and Continuity: Two-sided,
one-sided, and infinitelimits, limit at infinity and asymptotes;
continuity, delta-epsilon language, intermediate-Value and Squeezing
theorems. (Chapter 2)
- Differentiation of
functions of one variable. (Chapter 3)
- Antiderivatives and integration.
(Chapter 5, Chapter 6 Sections 6.5-6.8)
- Trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, and the corresponding
inverse functions; logarithmic function, exponential
function. (Chapter 7)
- Modeling with Differential Equations (Chapter 9)
- Evaluation of Integrals (Chapter 8 Sections 8.1-8.4)
- Notion of a Differential Equation (Chapter 9)
- Polynomials, sequences and series, including simple convergence
tests. Taylor and Maclaurin Series. (Chapter 10)
- Functions of many variables. Introduction to partial
derivatives. (Chapter 14)
- Complex numbers (You can download a page of lecture notes on Complex Numbers here).
Three hour End of year Final
Assignments will be available on WilleyPlus web page every Tuesday and
should be completed by each student within a week.
Assignment 11 is Due during your last tutorial before 24 February 2006.
Download here in
in PDF format
or in Postscript
are welcome to submit any comments you have about this class here.