**Final grades (and quiz 4 grades and miscellaneous
comments) are
here.**

HAVE A GREAT BREAK!!

The description in the catalog: Covers the same material as 18.01, but at a deeper and more rigorous level. Emphasizes careful reasonsing and understanding of proofs. Assumes knowledge of elementary calculus. Topics: axioms for the real numbers; the Riemann integral; limits, theorems on continuous functions; derivatives of functions of one variable; the fundamental theorems of calculus; Taylor's theorem; infinite series, power series, rigorous treatment of the elementary functions.

**Lectures:** Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-2, Friday 2-3, in Rm.
4-370.

My office hours (in 2-271): Thursdays 2-3; I will also be available for at least a half hour after class on Tuesday and Friday, as well as Thursdays 4-5 (and occasionally 3-4 too), but let me know if you're interested in dropping by, so I'll be sure to be in.

**Recitations:**

Pramod Achar, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12 (Rm 4-153), pramod@math.mit.edu,
office hour Wed. 3-4 in Rm. 2-251 .

Prof. David Ingerman, Tuesdays at Thursdays at 9 (Rm 2-142), ingerman@math.mit.edu,
office hours Wed. 10-12 in Rm 2-372 (or by appointment,
or you can talk to him after class).

**Text:** Apostol's Calculus vol. I, plus Notes,
which may soon be purchased in 11-004 (the copy center in the basement).

**Miscellaneous:**
Basic information about the course
(ps,
pdf).
Questions most commonly asked about 18.014-18.024
(ps,
pdf).
(All files here will be in postscript and pdf format; pdf format
is probably easiest for you to download.)

**Syllabus:**

To 18.024.

Back to my home page.

Ravi Vakil

Department of Mathematics Rm. 2-271

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

77 Massachusetts Ave.

Cambridge MA USA 02139

Phone: 617-253-2683 (but e-mail is better)

Fax: 617-253-4358

Email: vakil@math.mit.edu