Vaughn Climenhaga

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Houston


Math 1431

Calculus I -- invitation-only -- section 20692
Fall 2019



Instructor: Vaughn Climenhaga
  • Office: 665 PGH
  • Office hours:  Wednesday 9-9:50am, Friday 1-1:50pm, or by appointment
  • Email: climenha [at] math.uh.edu

Course information:
  • Lectures:  MWF 10-10:50am, AH 202
  • Labs:  MWF 11-11:50am, SEC 205
  • Textbook:  James Stewart, "Calculus: Early Transcendentals", eighth edition
  • Supplementary text:  Michael Spivak, "Calculus"
  • Course syllabus
In this course we will study differential and integral calculus, including continuity, limits, derivatives, optimization, intermediate and extreme value theorems, Riemann sums, integration, the fundamental theorem of calculus, areas, and volumes.  A strong emphasis will be placed on conceptual and intuitive understanding, on clear and precise definitions and theoretical notions, and on the central role that calculus plays in the scientific world.
Homework assignments
See course page on BlackBoard
for HW assignments and solutions