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Mathematics 2002 Fall 2010

Course: Calculus II
Professor: Ms. Cynthia Schultz
Phone: 815-224-0431
Email: cynthia_schultz@ivcc.edu 
Office hours (E304)
Monday:  9:00 a.m. - 10: 00 a.m, 2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday:  2:00 p.m - 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday:  8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Thursday:  9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Friday:  9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.


Description: Topics include the definite integral and applications, techniques of integration, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, conics, Taylor polynomials, sequences,  and series.

Prerequisite: MTH 2001 with a grade of C or better.

Text: Calculus of a Single Variable by Larson, Hostetler, and Edwards, 9th edition

Calculator: A graphing calculator is required. If you are taking three semesters of Calculus, the Mathematics Faculty recommend the TI-89.  Otherwise, any graphing calculator will suffice. Some exams will be "no calculator" exams.

Course grading and requirements:



 90-100 %


6 exams @100 pts each



7 take-home assignments @20 pts each less low score



1 final @ 100 pts



 Miscellanous: To be determined




1. Demonstrate knowledge of Integration Techniques.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of Differential Equations.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of Applications of Integration.
4. Demonstrate knowledge of Infinite Series.
5. Demonstrate knowledge of Conic Sections.
6. Demonstrate knowledge of Coordinate Systems. 

Course Schedule:  For the most recently updated schedule, visit this webpage:  Math 2002 Schedule

Practice Problems:  You will be assigned practice problems for each section.  These problem are neither collected nor graded.  They are to prepare you for the exams.  Time will be allocated during each regular class session to answer questions regarding practice problems.

Testing policy:   You are expected to take each exam at the scheduled times.  However, if you have an unavoidable absence you may request to take the test at an alternative time provided you contact your professor before the exam begins and explain your absence.  I will decide if and when you take your makeup exam, which is generally no later than 2 class days.   If you request a makeup via email or voice mail, it is your responsibility to check your messages for my response.  Failure to follow the policy will result in denial of your request.

Exceptions to the above policy will only be given for situations including, but not limited to, jury duty, military orders, serious medical problems (yourself or immediate family member) or a death of an immediate family member.  You MUST be able to provide documentation. (Acceptable documentation include such things as an accident report, doctor's note or hospital discharge papers.) Immediate family member is defined to be a spouse, partner, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, sibling, or your spouse's/partner's immediate family member. These requests will be considered on a individual basis.

Repeated requests for makeup exams WILL REQUIRE that you provide documentation.

Requests to take exams early are generally approved.

Graded Problem Sets   You will be assigned several graded problem sets.  These problems are generally more difficult than practice problems and exam questions.  Therefore, you should expect to spend significantly more time on these assignments.  These assignments will be available online through "Blackboard."  You will need to print each assignment, and hand in a neatly completed work.  If your work in not neatly completed, you will be required to resubmit the assignment before any grades are assigned.  These assignments may be handed in late but a 10% penalty will be given for each class day the assignment is late, regardless of reason. (Instructions for accessing blackboard)

Lowest exam score:  If you take all exams, your lowest exam score will be replaced with your final exam score (assuming the final is higher).

Retakes of Exams and/or extra credit: I do not allow retakes of any assignment or assign extra credit to individuals.

Cheating: A score of zero will be given on any assignment where cheating occurs. Cheating includes, but is not limited to copying answers off other studentsí tests, submitting another personís work as your own, and having crib sheets during a test.  Repeated acts of cheating may result in your withdrawal from the course.

Attendance: You are responsible to signing the attendance sheet each class period.  Attendance is taken for the purpose of determining eligibility for makeup exam requests, financial aid, state auditing, and athletic progress reports.  If you miss class, it is your responsibility to check the schedule and work on the practice problems for the section covered that day.  If you have questions regarding the missed material, you may make an appointment with me to ask specific questions regarding the material.

Withdrawals: Withdrawal from the class is not automatic. If you cease all activity in the course, you may receive an F. It is your responsibility to initiate a withdrawal if you feel you cannot complete the course. If you need to withdraw from this class, you must sign the withdrawal form.  If you can not reach me to initiate a withdrawal, please contact the division dean, Marianne Dzik.  Please check your printed schedule for the last day to withdraw.

Grading process:  If you do not understand how I graded your work or you disagree with the number of points earned, you have the right and responsibility to contact me about the matter within 5 class days of the material being returned to you.  These matters will be discussed in my office by appointment.  

Classroom etiquette:  Please be courteous of others' rights in the classroom.  Do not disrupt their right to learn by  inappropriate talking  (talking during lecture or while others are asking  or answering questions), whispering, or other immature acts.  Please turn cell phones to silent and do not text message or play games during class.  If you need your cell phone for emergency purposes (EMT, firefighters, sick family member, etc.) this is certainly allowed.  Each student is also held to "Student Code of Conduct" as specified in the student handbook. Violation of this student code may result in withdrawal from the course.

Graded materials:  You are to keep all graded materials for this course until after you receive your final grade.  If there is a clerical error, and you do not receive the grade you earned, these materials will be needed to resolve this issue.  In the absence of these materials, the professor's record will be assumed to be correct.

Cancelled class:  Every effort will be made to announce class cancellations in a timely manner.  Unexpected cancellations will be posted on the IVCC website.  (http://www.ivcc.edu/cancellations/)  You may wish to consider checking this webpage each morning before traveling to the college.  In the event that class is cancelled on an exam day, the exam will be moved to the next class day.  You may also sign up to receive text messages or emails when the college is closed for weather or emergencies (https://www.ivcc.edu/forms/IVCCAlerts.aspx  )

Inclement weather:  In the event of bad weather, please listen to your local radio station for school closings.  If school has not been cancelled, use your own judgment as to the feasibility of traveling to school.

Financial Aid:  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.

Special Needs Educational Support ServicesIf you are a student with a documented cognitive, physical or psychiatric disability you may be eligible for academic support services such as extended test time, texts on disc, notetaking services, etc...  If you are interested in learning if you can receive these academic support services, please contact either Tina Hardy (tina_hardy@ivcc.edu, or 224-0284) or Judy Mika (224-0350), or stop by the Disability Services Office in B-204. 

This course syllabus is subject to change to meet the needs of the professor and/or students.