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Monday 10:10 AM - noon
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Text: Calculus, by Jon Rogowski. (2nd edition - early transcendentals version). We will cover section 4.9, chapters 5, 6, 7 and 10. Since we will be using webassign for the homework, if you do not have this book from Math 141, it may be possible to get by with some other calculus text book. The ideas and the notation are very standard. (Assuming the book was published after 1900.) See me if you have any questions.
Homework and Webassign: Homework problems will be done using webassign. Homework will be assigned every class day. It is important to keep up with the assignments. The best way to learn math is to struggle with lots of problems. The homework will count as much as a test (16%).
Tests: There will be four hour tests, plus a comprehensive final exam.
Grades: The 4 tests and the homework will count for 80% of the grade and the final exam 20% of the grade. Neither tests nor the homework will be dropped. On the homework, I will not count all of the available points, so anyone who works faithfully at it will get a good homework grade. Grades will be computed on a scale no more stringent than the standard university scale of 90-100% A, 87 - 89% A-, 83 - 86 B+, 80-82% B, 77 - 79% B-, etc. Some consideration will be given to steady improvement throughout the term; of course consideration will also be given to a steady decline throughout the term.
Calculator: You should have a graphing calculator for this course. The Math Dept recommends the TI-84, But you are not required to have this particular model. For example, any TI graphing calculator (the TI - 81 or 82) or Sharp or Casio is fine. You will always be allowed to use a calculator on tests, but you may only use a calculator that does not have symbolic algebraic routines, so no TI-89's, Ti-92's or the like.
Make Up Policies: If you miss a test due to an emergency, please notify me as soon as possible to schedule a make-up.