Math 1220 - 3 Calculus II Syllabus Jan. 7, 2004
MTWF 11:50-12:40 in JWB 335
Web page: http://www.math.utah.edu/~treiberg/M1221.html
(Official updates of the syllabus will be posted here.)
Instructor: A. Treibergs, JWB 224, 5818350.
E-mail: atreiber@math.utah.edu.
Office Hours: 12:55 - 1:45, MWF & by appt.
Assistant: Kazuma Shimomoto
JWB 319, 581-6638
E-mail: shimomot@math.utah.edu.
Office Hours: 2:00 - 2:50 TW & by appt.
Tutoring Center: 2:00 - 2:50 Th
Text: Varberg, Purcell and Rigdon, Calculus 8th ed., Prentice
Hall, 2000.
Grading
Homework: You will be assigned weekly homework problems. These
problems will be similar to the WeBWorK problems and test
problems. You are expected to write up solutions in a
notebook. We will discuss these problems in class.
WeBWorK: You will be assigned weekly WeBWorK problems. The
completion time for problem sets is Wednesday at 11:59PM.
You may use the math departmentıs computer lab in the Rushing
Mathematics Center at any time except when scheduled for class
labs. You have complete control of your WeBWorK score since
you can resubmit until your answers are correct. It is a
very important part of your grade. Your final WeBWorK score
will be the sum of your WeBWorK weekly points.
Midterms: There will be three full hour in class midterm exams on Feb. 4,
Mar. 3, and Apr. 7. Questions will be modifications of homework
problems.
Final exam: Fri. April 30 in JWB 335. Half of the final will be devoted to
material covered after the third midterm exam. The other
half will be comprehensive. Students must pass the final to
pass the course.
Course grade: Based on the best two of three midterm scores 40%, final
exam 30% and WeBWorK 30%.
Tutoring Center: Free tutoring is available in the Math Tutoring Center,
located in the Rushing mathematics center. It opens Jan. 20,
hours M-Th 8:00 am- 8:00 pm, Fri 8:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Withdrawals: Last day to drop a class is Jan. 21. Last day to add a
class is Jan. 26. Until Mar. 5 you can withdraw from the
class with no approval at all. After that date you must
petition your dean's office to be allowed to withdraw.
ADA: The Americans with Disability Act requires that reasonable
accommodations be provided for students with cognitive,
systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities. Please
contact me at the beginning of the term to discuss any such
accommodations you may require for this course.
Course Content: Logarithmic and exponential functions, inverse trigonometric
functions, and their integrals. Integration by parts.
Integration by rational functions. L'Hopital's rule.
Improper integrals. Infinite sequences and series. Conver-
gence tests. Power series. Numerical integration. Newtonıs
method. Conic sections. Curves in polar coordinates. Dif-
ferential equations.