Course Description:Elementary transcendental functions, techniques of integration, sequences, series, Taylor's formula, conic sections, parameterized curves, and polar coordinates.
Prerequisite: MATH 1634 with a grade of C or better
Textbook: University Calculus (1st ed.) by Hass, Weir, and Thomas
Grading: The student’s final grade will be calculated out of a total of 650 points. The breakdown of points is as follows:
quizzes (10@10 pts each) 100 points
exams (100 pts each) 400 points
final exam 150 points
total 650 points
The following percentages will be used to calculate the student’s grade:
A 90%-100% 585-650 points
B 80%-90% 520-584 points
C 70%-80% 455-519 points
D 60%-70% 390-454 points
F less than 60% less than 390 points
Attendance policy: Although attendance does not count as a specific number of points out of your final grade, it is strongly recommended that you attend every class. Attendance will be taken at every class. Any student who is late to class or who leaves early may be counted absent. Any student who misses more than 10 classes may be dropped from the course.
Make-up exams are given at the discretion of the professor. If an exam is missed, every effort must be made by the student to notify the professor as soon as possible. It is best to call your professor rather than email when you miss an exam.
Quizzes: There will be twelve quizzes given throughout the semester, each worth 10 points. Only ten of the quizzes will count toward your final grade—the lowest two quiz scores will be dropped. For this reason, make-up quizzes will not be given for any reason.