**Fall Semester, 2009**
**MATH 2654, Calculus III **
**MWF, 12:00–12:50 PM**
**T, 12:30–1:20 PM**
**Boyd Building, Room 301**

**Text: ***Multivariable Calculus Early Transcendentals,* Sixth Edition, by
James Stewart, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 2008.

**Instructor: **Dr. Mark Faucette

**Office: **Boyd Building 323

**Phone: ** My office phone number is
678-839-4133. Call and leave a message
on my answering machine. I screen my phone calls, so make sure you leave a
message.

**E-Mail: **My e-mail address is *faucette@westga.edu.*

**The Web: ** My web page is at URL *http://www.westga.edu/~faucette/.*
The full course syllabus is located on my web
site and can be downloaded as a pdf file. It is the student's responsibility to download
and/or to print the syllabus and to
follow it.

**Office Hours: ** My office hours are
- MWF: 10:00 AM–12:00 PM, 1:00–1:30 PM
- T: 9:00–9:30 AM, 10:30 AM–12:30 PM

I do not hold office hours during final exam week.

**Required Equipment: **
- A graphing calculator is required for this course.
The TI-83 plus is recommended, but any comparable graphing calculator is acceptable.
- An Enhanced WebAssign software license is required for this course.
This software is available bundled with a new textbook at the bookstore.
(See the section on homework below.)

## Grading Policy

**Homework (100 points) ** Homework will be completed online using Enhanced WebAssign.
Homework will be scaled to count one hundred points.

**Quizzes (100 points) ** Quizzes will be administered using Enhanced WebAssign.
Quizzes will be scaled to count one hundred points.

**Tests (400 points) ** There
will be four tests, each counting one hundred
points.

**Final Examination (200 points) ** There will be one comprehensive final examination
counting two hundred points.

At the end of the semester, the following grading scale will be used:

- 800 points is the total number of points possible.
- A total of 700–800 points earns an A.
- A total of 600–699 points earns a B.
- A total of 500–599 points earns a C.
- A total of 400–499 points earns a D.
- A total below 400 points earns an F.