Required Text: Ostebee, Zorn: Calculus From Graphical, Numerical & Symbolic Points of View , 2nd Ed., Vol. II
You are encouraged to find one or at most two other members of the class with whom to work on the homework assignments. You must write up your homework individually; if you work with a group, record the names of others you worked with on your assignment. Assignments will be due at the beginning of class two class periods following their assignment and must be labeled with the assignment number. You will be given an opportunity to ask questions on the assignment in the intermediate class period. Late homework will require the instructor's signature in order to be graded.
Exams and Grading: There will be short on-line quizzes due before each class, plus 3 in-class exams and a final. The three exams together will account for 60% of your grade. The final will account for 25% of your grade, the homework assignments will count for 10% and the on-line quizzes for 5%. Everyone must take the exams at the scheduled time unless previous arrangements have been made with the instructor. All exams will be administered under the honor system. You are responsible for knowing and following the honor code. The schedule below lists the tentative dates for the in-class exams and the unalterable time for the final exam.
Exam Schedule: (Warning: The final exam must be taken at the time given.)
Help Available: My office is in OMH 204. I will be regularly available to help you with any questions during the times listed below. You may also make appointments to see me at other times, if you are unable to come during my office hours.
Office Hours: M, W: 1:30-3:00 Tu: 9:00-10:30 Th: 9:30-10:30
Disability Policy: If you have a documented disability that will impact your work in this class, please contact me to discuss your needs. Additionally, you will need to register with Student Disability Services located at the Academic Support Center in Room 1 of the Old Main Annex. All such discussions will be confidential.
(JNC, Jan.17, 2005)