2002 or the equivalent with a C or better
Catalog Description: Topics include: the definite integral and
applications, techniques for integration, polar coordinates, indeterminate
forms, improper integrals, conics, Taylor polynomials, sequences, series,
and vectors in a plane.
Expected learning outcomes and related competencies:
Upon completion of this course the student should have demonstrated
proficiency in the following:
1) fundamental concepts of vector-valued functions.
2) fundamental concepts of partial derivatives.
3) fundamental concepts of multiple integrals.
4) fundamental concepts of vector calculus.
100-90 A 89-80 B 79-70 C 69-60 D 59- F
Tentative Test Schedule:
||Sept 8 Wednesday
||Sept 24 Friday
||Oct 8 Friday
||Oct 27 Wednesday
||Nov 15 Monday
||Dec 8 Wednesday
||Dec 13 Monday
subject to change by instructor
approx. 8-10 homework quizzes (10pts each) Keep best 8 quizzes
approx. six tests (80-100pts) and two 100pt comprehensive final exams
All homework should be done before the next class
period. The unannounced
quizzes will be the homework problems from previous assignments. You may use your homework
notebooks but not your book during the homework quizzes.
Tests: No exams may be
taken LATE. You are encouraged to take an exam early if you think
you will miss it or if you have already missed an exam earlier in the semester. The final exam will count twice. If you do not miss an exam,
the final will replace your lowest test score. If you miss an exam, the final
will replace your zero. If you score worse on the final exam, then all other
tests will count and the final will only count once. All tests will be
taken with a pencil or a 5 point deduction will occur.
Quizzes can not be made up (early or late). One-Two quizzes might be dropped.
Cheating: If you are caught cheating before the withdrawal date, you will
be withdrawn from the course with a W. If you are caught cheating
after the withdrawal date, you will receive an F for the final class grade.
Calculator: You should have a graphing calculator and know how to
use it. You may check your work with a graphing calculator, but you must
show all work. You may not store any information in the graphing calculator
(see cheating above). A random check may occur during exams to check
calculator memory. Please remove calculator covers before starting exam.
IVCC attendance policy: "Students are expected to attend all
classes regularly. If absence is unavoidable, it is the student's
responsibility to explain the absence to his instructor and arrange to
complete any work missed."
Withdrawal policy: Last day to withdraw is November 9, 2010 To
request a withdraw from this class, the student must visit my office E-303
and fill out the withdrawal form with a signature. In my absence, the
student must contact the Dean of
English, Mathematics, and Education (Marianne Dzik). I will only
withdraw a student if he or she has signed the withdraw form or has not
taken any quizzes or tests by midterm. All withdrawals earn a grade of
"W" which does not affect the GPA but deletes the course credit(s)
for the involved course(s). Withdrawal from a course can affect financial
aid. Students who receive financial aid should see an advisor in the
Financial Aid Office before withdrawing from a course.
School Closings and Class Cancellations: In the event of inclement
weather, please tune to a local radio
station for possible school closings. If an exam is scheduled for a day
that the school is closed or class is cancelled, it will be conducted during the
next scheduled class period. Check IVCC's Class Cancellations (http://www.ivcc.edu/cancellations/)
and class announcements at CourseCompass/MyMathLab (http://www.coursecompass.com)
Special Needs: You may be eligible for academic
accommodations if you have a documented physical, psychiatric (anxiety,
depression, bipolar disorder, AD/HD, post-traumatic stress, or others) or
cognitive disability such as a learning disability. If
you have a disability and need more information regarding possible
accommodations, please contact Tina Hardy at (email@example.com,
224-0284) or Judy Mika Judy_Mika@ivcc.edu
or 224-0350) or stop by office B-204.
Cell Phone Disruption: If your cell phone rings during class, you
must fill out the form located at