All homework assignments are turned in on Gradescope. The problems for each assignment are listed here.
Week  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

0 
Sep 19  Sep 20  Sep 21  Sep 22
No discussion
section 
Sep 23
First class

1 
Sep 26  Sep 27  Sep 28  Sep 29
First discussion
section 
Sep 30
HW1 due 2pm PDT

2 
Oct 3  Oct 4  Oct 5  Oct 6  Oct 7
HW2 due 2pm PDT

3 
Oct 10  Oct 11  Oct 12  Oct 13  Oct 14
HW3 due 2pm PDT
Quiz 1 (in class) 
4 
Oct 17  Oct 18  Oct 19  Oct 20  Oct 21
HW4 due 2pm PDT

5 
Oct 24  Oct 25  Oct 26  Oct 27  Oct 28
HW5 due 2pm PDT
Quiz 2 (in class) 
6 
Oct 31  Nov 1  Nov 2  Nov 3  Nov 4
HW6 due 2pm PDT

7 
Nov 7 Notice the change from daylight savings time 
Nov 8  Nov 9  Nov 10  Nov 11
HW7 due 2pm PST
No class (Veterans Day) 
8 
Nov 14  Nov 15  Nov 16  Nov 17  Nov 18
HW8 due 2pm PST
Quiz 3 (in class) 
9 
Nov 21  Nov 22  Nov 23  Nov 24  Nov 25
HW9 cancelled
No class (Black Friday) 
10 
Nov 28  Nov 29  Nov 30  Dec 1  Dec 2
HW10 due 2pm PST

Finals 
Dec 5  Dec 6  Dec 7  Dec 8  Dec 9
Final Exam
36pm PST Location TBD 
Here is a tentative schedule of what will be covered in each lecture, together with the relevant section(s) of the textbook (Calculus Volume 1 and Calculus Volume 2 from OpenStax). Only the first two lectures will use Volume 1; everything else is from Volume 2. This is a rough schedule, and there will likely be some give and take between lectures.
Week  Date  Topic  Book Sections 

0  9/23  Antiderivatives (warmup)  4.10 (Vol. 1) 
1  9/26  Antiderivatives (warmup)  4.10 (Vol. 1) 
9/28  Approximating Areas (warmup, warmup 2)  1.1  
9/30  The Definite Integral (warmup)  1.2  
2  10/3  The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (slide 1, slide 2, slide 3) (Skipping MVT for integrals and average value of functions for now) 
1.3 
10/5  The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Skipping MVT for integrals and average value of functions for now) (How to get FTCII from FTCI) 
1.3  
10/7  Integration Formulas and the Net Change Theorem (warmup)  1.4  
3  10/10  Substitution (including exp and log functions)  1.5, 1.6 
10/12  Substitution (including exp and log functions) (warmup)  1.5, 1.6  
10/14  Quiz 1  
4  10/17  Integrals Resulting in Inverse Trigonometric Functions + average value (§1.2) and MVT for integrals (§1.3) (warmup) another inverse trig example, more examples  1.7 (avg value) 
10/19  Areas Between Curves (warmup)  2.1  
10/21  Determining Volumes by Slicing (warmup) notes, demo, xaxis and yaxis examples, washer method examples 
2.2  
5  10/24  Exponential Growth and Decay (warmup, warmup 2)  2.8 
10/26  Exponential Growth and Decay (warmup)  2.8  
10/28  Quiz 2  
6  10/31  Integration by parts  3.1 
11/2  Integration by parts  3.1  
11/4  Partial Fractions (warmup) quadratic factor, repeated linear factor, repeated quadratic factor 
3.4  
7  11/7  Improper Integrals (warmup)  3.7 
11/9  Improper Integrals (warmup), (slide 1), (slide 2), (slide 3)  3.7  
11/11  No class (Veterans Day)  
8  11/14  Basics of Differential Equations (warmup) applications, famous differential equations 
4.1 
11/16  Separable Equations  4.3  
11/18  Quiz 3  
9  11/21  Direction Fields (warmup, slide 1)  4.2 
11/23  Finish Direction Fields, start Sequences (recap, slide 1, slide 2, slide 3, §5.1 warmup) 
4.2, 5.1  
11/25  No class (Black Friday)  
10  11/28  Finish Sequences, start Series (warmup)  5.1, 5.2 
11/30  Geometric Series (Can you afford a house?)  5.2  
12/2  Review  
Finals  12/9  Final Exam (Friday of finals week, 36pm) 