Please Fill This Out By Noon on Sunday, September 11 
Text: Ostebee, Zorn: Calculus, Volume 2, 2nd Ed.
Necessary tool: A TI89, TI92+ or TIVoyage 200 graphing/symbolic calculator.
Grading Policy:
How your work contributes to your grade: 
How
your % affects your grade: 

Work Component:  Points:  Total Per Cent  Minimum Grade  
Homework, Labs and Quizzes  100150  90%  A  
Tests  300  80%  B  
Final  150  65%  C  
Total Possible Points 
550600 
Grade
will be reduced one letter if fewer than 90% of MapleTA assignments
are completed adequately. 
With few exceptions, you will have two assignments due each day, both listed on the class Moodle page (login with your stolaf email name and password at http://moodle.stolaf.edu/).Your homework will consist of two parts. Each will be graded, though in different ways.
Written
homework, due at the beginning of each class period. Normally,
this homework
will be due two class periods after it is assigned. For example, if the
assignment
is given out on Monday, it will be due on Friday so that you have
plenty
of time to ask questions of me and get help in the math clinics. These
will
be graded for correctness by the course grader and your score will
count
towards your homework grade and thus your final grade in the
course. You are encouraged to work with other class members
to do your written homework assignments, but you should each write up
your own assignment. The current and back assignments can be found on
the class Moodle page.
Be sure to bookmark this address since you will be responsible for
assignments whether or not you write them down in class!
Reading
and online
homework, due by 1:00 a.m the morning before each class.
The online homework, called MapleTA,
is based primarily on your reading of the material that will be covered
in
the next class period along with some review of previously covered
material. The goal is to allow me (and you) to monitor your
progress in the
class to determine which concepts will need additional explication in
class.
Using results of the online homework, I will adjust the course content
to meet the class needs. Obviously, this will only be successful if you
make a good faith effort with the online homework. These will be
graded
automatically and you will receive immediate feedback on your work.
The
final score for the online homework component is not based on
correctness
but on completion and evidence of goodfaith effort. This
work
is an important part of your class work  your final grade will be
reduced
one letter grade if you do not complete at least 90% of the online
assignments.
No late homework will be accepted. However, the three
lowest written homework scores will be deleted from consideration when
grades are calculated, to allow for emergencies or illness.
Skills Tests:
While the primary emphasis in this class is on conceptual understanding and higher order thinking, proficiency with calculus computation skills is also essential. Consequently, you may be required to pass one or two Calculus Skills tests, which you will take on your own time and retake until you achieve a passing score.
Getting Help:
Math
Clinics: These walkin help sessions, are a good
chance to get some
help from upperclass math majors on your assignments. Here is the
schedule
for Calc II clinics this semester:
Help from the Instructor: I am glad to answer
questions or talk about your homework during my office hours and at
other times by
appointment. You may also email questions to me and you should check
your
electronic mail between classes for hints and clarifications on
assignments.
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.
Tentative Content Outline. Go to Moodle for current and past assignments
Date  Topic To Be Discussed  Date  Topic To Be Discussed  
9/09  What is Calculus?  




9/12  5.15.3: Review of derivatives, and integrals  10/31  9.2 : Taylor's Theorem  
9/14  5.4 : Integration by substitution  11/02  10.1 : Improper Integrals  
9/16  3.4, 5.4: Inverse trig. functions and derivatives and integrals  11/04  10.2, 10.3: Detecting Convergence  



9/19  8.1 : Integration by parts  11/07  10.2, 11.1 : Convergence of Improper Integrals & Sequences  
9/21  5.5 , 8.1: Integration by parts and with CAS  11/09  11.2: Convergence of Infinite Series  
9/23  5.6 : Integral as a limit  11/11  11.3 : Testing for convergence  



9/26  5.7: Working with sums  11/14  11.4: Alternating Series  
9/28  6.1 : Approximating integrals  11/16  11.4 : Absolute convergence  
9/30  6.2 : Error bounds  11/18  Test II  



10/03  Quiz 7.1 : Arc length and Area 
11/21  11.5: Power Series  
10/05  7.2: Volumes  11/23  Thanksgiving  
10/07  7.2: Volumes  11/25  Thanksgiving  



10/10  7.4 : Solving DE's  11/28  M.1 : Threedimensional space  
10/12  7.4 : Solving DE's; Difference Eq Example  11/30  M.2: Functions of two variables  
10/14  Test I  12/02  M.3 : Partial Derivatives  



10/17  Fall Break  12/05  M.4: Partial Derivatives  
10/19  7.5 : Present Value  12/07  M.6 : Calculating Multiple Integrals  
10/21  4.2: Limits involving infinity  12/09  Test III  



10/24  Derivation of "e"  12/12  Review for Final  
10/26  9.1 : Taylor Polynomials  12/14  Reading Day  
10/28  9.2 : Taylor's Theorem  


12/20  Final Exam, 2: 304: 30 p.m. 