MATH 143
Instructors
 Mary Cook
 Lecture: MW 10:2511:40
 Email: mcook26@ur.rochester.edu
 Office Hrs: MW 2:00–3:00 PM via Zoom
 Anurag Sahay
 Lecture: TR 2:003:15
 Email: anuragsahay@rochester.edu
 Office Hrs: TR 3:30–4:30 PM via Zoom
TAs

 Donovan Snyder
 Office Hour: R 11:15–12:15, via Zoom
 Recitations: T 11:05 Gavett 312, T 3:25 Hylan 1101, R 12:30 Hylan 1106B
 Email: dsnyd15@u.rochester.edu

 Elizabeth Duncan
 Recitation: M 12:30 Hylan 1104
 Email: eduncan3@u.rochester.edu

 Fariha Raisa
 Recitation: R 6:15 Hylan 1106B
 Email: fraisa@u.rochester.edu

 William Waring
 Recitation: T 12:30 Hylan 1104
 Email: wwaring@u.rochester.edu

 WeBWorK TA: Humfrey Kimyana
 Email: hkimanya@u.rochester.edu
Course description
Overview
MTH 143 is a continuation of MTH 141/142. This course covers sequences, series, parametric and polar curves. Goals of this course include:

Thinking critically, carefully, and logically, and then communicating this thought clearly.

Reinforcing algebraic manipulation and trig techniques learned in previous courses.

Providing tools and techniques for use in other disciplines. Many examples will come from geometry, graphs, and the simple physics of motion.
Topics covered
MTH 143 begins with the study of sequences and series. A variety of tests for convergence with be introduced including the comparison tests, the integral test, the alternating series test, and the ratio and root tests. Representing functions as power series will be covered along with a treatment of Taylor series. The calculus of parametric and polar curves will be introduced and developed.
Textbook
The official textbook is Stewart Calculus: Early transcendentals (Daniel K. Clegg, James Stewart, and Saleem Watson, 9th edition). Hardcover or electronic is fine. The 7th or 8th edition (which you may be able to find cheaper) will also suffice, but there will be some differences in the problem numbering.
Credit hours
This course follows the College credit hour policy for fourcredit courses. This course meets 3 academic hours per week. The course also includes recitations for 1.5 academic hours per week.