University of Utah - Department of Mathematics
3210 Foundations of Analysis I - Summer 2006

Instructor: Marian Bocea
Office: JWB 203
Phone: (801)585-6967
E-mail: bocea@math.utah.edu

Office Hours
: Time: MTWF 8:00-8:40AM, or by appointment. Room: JWB 203
Class meets: MTWF 8:45-10:00AM. Room: LCB 219
Text:  William R. WADE, An Introduction to Analysis, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, 2004. 
Course Web Page: http://www.math.utah.edu/~bocea/summer2006.html
Prerequisites:  MATH 2210 Calculus III

Textbook Coverage
:
Chapter 1: The Real Number System
Chapter 2: Sequences
Chapter 3: Continuity
Chapter 4: Differentiability
Chapter 5: Integrability
Chapter 6: Infinite Series of Real Numbers
Chapter 7: Infinite Series of Functions (if time permits)

Homework: Homework assignments and their due dates will be announced in class and posted on the course web page as we proceed. With few exceptions, the homework assignments will be due every Friday, and will be graded and returned to you by the next Friday.
Midterms and Final Exam: There will be two in-class Midterms (closed book and notes, no calculator) and a comprehensive Final Exam (closed book and notes, no calculator) which will be given according to the following (tentative) schedule: 

                                                              First Midterm: Wednesday, June 28, 2006
                                                              Second Midterm: Tuesday, July 18, 2006
                                                              FINAL EXAM: Tuesday, August 1, 2006
Final Score for the Course:  will be computed using the following formula:

Final score = (2[M1] + 2[M2] + 3[H] + 3[F])/10
where
[M1],  [M2] = the two midterm scores (min = 0, max = 100 each)
[H] = homework average (min = 0, max = 100)
[F] = the Final Exam score (min = 0, max = 100)

Your Final Letter Grade
for this course will be determined using the following Fixed Scale:  
Score
at least 90%

at least 85%
and
less than
90%
at least 80%
and
less than
85%
at least 75%
and
less than
80%
at least 70%
and
less than
75%
at least 65%
and
less than
70%
at least 60%
and
less than
65%
at least 55%
and
less than
60%
at least 50%
and
less than
55%
at least 45%
and
less than
50%
at least 40%
and
less than
45%




less than
40%
Letter Grade
A
A-
B+
B
B-
C+
C
C-
D+
D
D-
E
Note: Since grading is on a fixed scale you are not competing with your class mates. Your grade will be based on your accomplishments and you will not receive a lesser grade because somebody else is getting a better grade.

Course Policies:
Student Code: http://www.admin.utah.edu/ppmanual/8/8-10.html
Class attendance : Class attendance is expected. You will be solely responsible for missed handouts or announcements made during lecture. If you cannot attend a particular lecture, make sure that you stay informed regarding the information provided during that lecture.
Homework: You are encouraged to discuss the homework problems with your fellow students but the solutions should be written down separately. However, for obvious reasons,  you should first attempt to solve these problems on your own. NO LATE HOMEWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED except in case of a legitimate excuse. If for some reason you are not able to turn in your homework assignment before its deadline you will need to inform the instructor in advance.
Midterms and Final Exam: The midterms and the final exam are to be written  individually, any collaboration is prohibited.  No calculators will be permited  while you take these tests. Make-up tests will be given only in case of a legitimate (documented) excuse. If for some reason you are not able to take a particular test at the scheduled time, you will need to inform the instructor in advance.
Regrades:  I view as very important that the students review every single graded homework assignment or midterm to check for feedback and grading accuracy. I take this opportunity to  encourage you to discuss with me any questions that you might have regarding your homework assignments or midterms.
Special Accomodations: The ADA requires that reasonable accomodations be provided for students with physical, sensory, cognitive, systemic, learning, and psychiatric disabilities. Students eligible for special accomodations are strongly encouraged to discuss their needs with me at the beginning of the semester. I will be happy to make such arrangements.

You are welcome to discuss with me any questions or concerns about the course
during my office hours or by appointment.