MATH 142- CALCULUS 2- FALL 2004

Section 60763: 11:15-12:05, MWRF 11:15-12:05, Ayres 318

Section 60718: 12:20-1:10, MWRF 12:20-1:10, Ayres 316

PROFESSOR: Alex Freire

Office hours: MWF 1:10-2:00 (or by appointment), Ayres 207 A

e-mail: freire@math.utk.edu

phone: (865)974-4313

web page: www.math.utk.edu/~freire

INFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE WILL BE POSTED ON THE WEB PAGE

TEXT: Calculus, by J.Stewart, 2nd edition (2001)

GRADING: based on 3 exams (16% each), quizzes (24%), final (28%)

GRADING SCALE: 85% or above: A; 70-84: B or B+; 55-69: C or C+

Remarks:

1) below 50% on the final or below 50% course grade ---> F

2) I do not "curve" grades

HOMEWORK: a small number of homework problems will be assigned for each

section of the text covered in lecture. Homework will not be collected,

but there will be weekly QUIZZES, each consisting of two homework problems

announced since the previous quiz.

The QUIZZES will last 20 min, and will be given at the beginning of

each Thursday class (except if the class precedes a Friday exam). Of

the total of 10 quizzes, the lowest two grades will be dropped.

Exception: the first quiz will be on Friday, Aug. 20

CALCULATOR POLICY: you may use a graphing calculator during quizzes

or exams, BUT only if it is a TI-83+ or equivalent. If you plan to
use

a calculator other than the TI-83+, please show it to me as soon as
possible,

as I'll have to approve it BEFORE it is used the first time. In particular,

calculators with alphanumeric, symbolic or algebraic capabilities will

not be approved.

MAKEUP POLICY: There will be no makeups of exams or quizzes. If you
have a

valid reason for having to miss an exam and let me know at least a
week in

advance (or have a valid proof of emergency- my judgment), your highest
exam

score will count twice. Missing two exams or the final will result
in an F grade.

EXAM DATES: Friday, 9/17; Friday, 10/8; Friday, 11/12

FINAL EXAM:

section 60763: Friday 12/3, 10:15-12:15

section 60718: Wednesday 12/8, 12:30-2:30

WITHDRAWAL POLICY: You can drop this class with no mark by 8/27 (Friday),
with

a W by 9/28 (Tuesday), with a WP/WF by 11/9 (Tuesday). IMPORTANT: if
you do not

formally drop the class (but simply stop attending), your grade will
be an F.

ATTENDANCE: attendance to each lecture is expected, and decisions on
borderline

cases will be affected by attendance patterns. I plan to take attendance
at

least twice a month.

EXTRA WORK. No "extra work" will be given to improve your grade.

SECTIONS IN TEXT. The course will include the following:

Chapter 5, 5.1 to 5.10 and app. G (integration theory and techniques)-17
lectures

Chapter 6, 6.1 to 6.7 and app. H (applications of integration)-11 lectures

Chapter 8, 8.1 to 8.9: sequences and series- 17 lectures