COURSE : MAT 2654 – CALCULUS III
Section 01 – MWF: 12-12:50 PM
T: 12:30-1:20 PM
PREREQUISITE: CALCULUS II("C" or better required)
PROFESSOR: Dr. Sharp, BB 328
TEXT: Calculus, Early Transcendentals
(Fifth Edition) , by Stewart
CALCULATOR REQUIREMENT: TI-83 (or equivalent) is required.
CALCULATORS THAT ARE TOO
POWERFUL WILL NOT BE
CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS:
MATH 2654-01-(SP 2006)
Specifically assigned homework problems will be discussed in class and simulated on exams. There will be no memorized problems, and homework will not be taken up for a grade. However, occasionally selected homework problems may be taken up to check format and notation only--not for a grade. IT IS VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE COURSE WITHOUT DOING HOMEWORK ON A DAILY BASIS. PLEASE TURN OFF ALL CELL PHONES DURING CLASS!!
(II) TESTS: ( NO MAKE-UP TESTS !!! )
(A) EXAMS: There will be three or four 100 point exams for the entire
75-minute period on TUESDAYS [MAY OVERLAP
MONDAYS OR WEDNESDAYS].
(B) FINAL EXAM: A comprehensive final exam will be given on
Wednesday (5/3/06) at 11:00 AM -1:00 PM.
(C) GRADING: 90 - 100: A
80 - 89: B
70 - 79: C
60 -69: D
Below 60: F
(D) "W" DEADLINE: The last day to withdraw with a "W" is MARCH 2.
NOTE: Your daily average will be 2/3 of your final grade and your final exam score will be 1/3 of your final grade.
(III) ATTENDANCE: Roll will be taken daily.
(A) ABSENCES: 0 - 7 Acceptable
8 EXCESSIVE ( "WF" )
(B) TARDIES: 3 Tardies = 1 Absence
DR. SHARP, BB 328; E-MAIL: email@example.com
PHONE:678-839-4138 (MY OFFICE) or 678-839-6489 (MATH DEPT)
OFFICE HOURS :
M,T,W,F: 9:00-10:00 AM AND 11:00 AM-12:00 NOON
M,W: 12:50 -1:20 PM
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