Instructor:Name: Michael MedvinskyLectures: MTWF 10:4511:35 , ST 214 Office Hours: MTWF 11:50am  12:30pm, or by appointment Office: LCB 301 Note: Office hourse are tentative, i.e. it may be some changes TA:Name: Jason AlbrightLabs: Th 10:4511:35 , ST 214 Office Hours: Mondays: 4:155:15pm, Wednesdays: 12:001:00pm, or by appointment Office: WEB 1622 Email: albright a t math . utah . edu Note: Office hourse are tentative, i.e. it may be some changes
Prerequisites:"C" or better in MATH 1311 or AP Calculus BC score of 4 or better.TextCalculus: Concepts and Contexts, Fourth Edition, by James Stewart, ISBN 9780495557425The course
This course is 4 credits. Math 1311 and 1321 together are equivalent to the three semester sequence Math 1210, Math 1220, and Math 2210.
This sequence is intended for engineering majors.
Review of introductory calculus, applications of differential and integral calculus, introduction to differential equations, conic sections and polar coordinates, numerical approximation, sequences and series.
General Information Tentative Plan of Lectures Lab
Each student will be enrolled in a Thursday Lab; A lab will provide opportunities for reviews, help on homework, team work, presentations, and projects. Cumulative scores from the lab will count toward your final grade.
Homework
Problems will be assigned weekly, and listed below. A random subset of problems from each assignment will be graded. Late homework cannot be accepted. Students may consult
one another and discuss homework problems, however the assignments you turn in must represent your own work.
Time and effort spent on homework is always reflected in exam scores.
Reading and lectures
Prior to class meetings, students are expected to read the book, and to be prepared to discuss, course material in the text.
Lecturer NotesHere is the handouts, worksheets and also the notes I write for myself when I prepare to the class, you are welcome to have it (be careful, it may have mistakes).Lecture Notes, Worksheets, Handouts Exams:Dates are fixed. Please plan your schedule around these dates now.
ADA Statement
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that reasonable accommodations be
provided for students with physical, sensory, cognitive, systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities.
Please contact me at the beginning of the semester to discuss any such accommodations for the course.
Grading
Your grade will be determined by your scores on the midterm exams (25%), the final exam (25%), lab score (20%), quizzes (5%), and homework assignments (25%).
Copyright noticeAll printed and electronic materials provided to you in this course are protected by copyright laws.
