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**Survey of Calculus**

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**Office:** Boyd
325

**Phone:** 770-838-2579

**FAX:** 770-836-6490

**Email:** agiovann@westga.edu

**Web Page:** http://www.westga.edu/~agiovann/

**Office Hours:** MTWRF 10-11am
or by appointment

**Text**: Calculus
and Its Applications, by Daniel Benice, 2^{nd} edition.

**Learning Outcomes:**

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- The student will be
able to compute limits using limit theorems. (LI)
- The student will be
able to compute limits from graphs. (LI)
- The student will be able
to compute limits from numerical data. (LI)
- The student will be
able to differentiate polynomials, rational functions, exponential
functions, and logarithmic functions. (LI)
- The student will be
able to apply the basic theorems and the chain rule in differentiation
problems. (LI)
- The student will be
able to apply differential calculus to problems from business, economics,
and/or life science. (LI)
- The student will be
able to integrate polynomials, rational functions, exponential functions,
and logarithmic functions by applying the basic theorems for integration
as well as the substitution method. (LI)
- The student will be
able to apply integral calculus to problems from business, economics,
and/or life science. (LI)

Chapter
4: 1-5

Chapter
5: 1-4

Chapter
6: 1-5

Chapter
7: 1

Note: 29
sections in 22 class periods. Keep up
with the work.

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**Assessment**:

Daily Homework.
5-10 problems will be assigned and one chosen to be graded for 0-2 points. You can chose a problem (even only) not assigned to be graded for
0-2 points for correctness and an extra 0-2 points for difficulty.

Random Quizzes. Based on homework and class discussions. 0-2 points for correctness both
mathematically and grammatically.

3 Tests of 75-minute duration that will occur
during class periods. There will be a
week notice of the exam.

1
Comprehensive
Final. This will be held in class on August 2 from 7:30am to 9:30am. The comprehensive may be used to replace
your lowest in class exam score.

Your
course grade is based on 5 parts as follows:

Homework 20
times your points/total points assigned

Test 1 20
times your percentage from test

Test 2 20
times your percentage from test

Test 3 20
times your percentage from test

Final* 20
times your percentage from final

Quizzes(extra) 5 times your points/total points assigned

* This score could replace a lower score from any
other test.

B
> OR = 80 >

C
> OR = 70 >

D
> OR = 60 > F

Dates:

July
3 Last day to withdraw
with a W

July
8 Test 2

July
26 Test 3

July
29 Last day of class

Aug.
2 Final Exam 7:30-9:30am
in Classroom