CALCULUS I MATH 1634-01

 

 

 

SUMMER 2002

M,W,F 10:00-11:45; T 11:00-12:45, Boyd Building 301

 

 

 

Instructor: Dr. B. Landman

Office: 315 Boyd

Office Hours: M,W,F 11:45 12:45; T 10:30-11:00; or by appointment

Phone: 836-6489

E-mail: landman@westga.edu

Textbook: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, Fourth Edition,

by James Stewart; Brooks/Cole Publishing Company,

1999

Prerequisite: MATH 1113; or MATH 1111 and MATH 1112.

 

Learning Outcomes:

 

  1. The student will be able to compute limits. (L1)
  2. The student will have a basic understanding of the concept of a continuous function. (L1)
  3. The students will be able to compute derivatives of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. (L1)
  4. The student will be able to use implicit differentiation to find derivatives. (L1)
  5. The student will be able to apply differential calculus to related rate, maximum-minimum, and curve sketching problems. (L1)
  6. The student will understand the definition of the indefinite and definite integral. (L1)
  7. The student will understand and be able to apply the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. (L1)

 

Grading Procedure :

 

Tests (300 points): There will be four 50-minute tests, each worth 100 points. The lowest of these four test scores will be dropped.

Quizzes (100 points): There will be approximately twelve short quizzes, each worth 10 points. Only the highest ten quiz scores will be counted. Thus, the highest possible number of points earned from the quizzes is 100.

Final Exam (200 points): There will be a comprehensive final exam, worth 200 points.

 

 

 

For your grade in the course, the following grading scale will be used:

(note that the highest possible number of points is 600)

        540-600 points earns a grade of A

        480-539 points earns a grade of B

        420-479 points earns a grade of C

        360-419 points earns a grade of D

        below 360 points earns a grade of F

 

Test and Quiz Policy: The lowest of your four 50-minute test scores will be dropped.

Only your highest ten quiz scores will be counted. No make-up tests or quizzes will

be given. If one test is missed, this will be considered as the test with the lowest

score, and will be the test that is dropped. A second (or more) missed test will be

given a grade of F. Missed quizzes get a grade of 0 out of 10.

 

 

Homework: Homework will be assigned during each class meeting. It is to be completed by the next class meeting. Although homework will not be collected or graded, it is ESSENTIAL to your success in the course that

you do the homework regularly, and on time. Part of each homework assignment is to read the corresponding material in the text.

 

 

Other: It is strongly recommended that you allow at least four hours outside of class, before each class meeting, for homework and study (more would be better). Remember - we will be covering more than two weeks worth of material (as covered in a Fall or Spring semester course) each week. Also remember: this is a 4-credit course. This means that each week we will be covering the equivalent of more than eight 50-minute class meetings.

It is strongly recommended that you do not take this course if your grade in 1113 or 1112 was not C or better.

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Important Dates: June 10-12: Drop Add/Late Registration

June 21, Friday: Test 1

July 2, Tuesday: Test 2

July 3, Wednesday: Last day to withdraw with grade of W

July 15, Monday: Test 3

July 26, Friday: Test 4

August 1, Thursday: Final Exam (10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS

 

 

Section Exercises

 

1.1(review) 1,2,5,7,19-41 (odd numbered problems),59,61,63

1.2(review) 3,6

1.3(review) 3,9,11,13,31,35-40,41,45,46,49,50

1.5(review) 3,5,7,9

1.6(review) 1,3,5,7,9,11,17,20,24,35,36,49

 

2.2  1,2,4,5,7,9,13,21-26

2.3  1-23 (odd), 33,37-39,44,46

2.4  1,2,7,8,15-23

2.5  3,5,11,13-21,25,35,39,45

2.6  1-3,4,5,7,15-19,25,29,31,35-37

2.7  7-11,17,19

2.8  5,8,13,15,17,19,21,23,25

2.9  1,3,19,21,23

3.1                                      3-27 (odd), 43,45,49

3.2                                      1,3-20,23,25,31,33,36

3.3                                      1,3,57,8,11a,b,11,13

3.4                                      1-6,9-11,13,14,15,17,21,23,25a,28a,29,35,36,38,39,40

3.5                                      1-39(odd),43,44,45,53

3.6                                      5,7,9,13,15,17,25,41-43

3.7                                      5-19(odd), 23,25,29,30,38,39,43,45

3.8                                      2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,12,13,15,18,20,21,25,27,31,32,35,36,39,41,43

3.10 1-6,12,13,16,21,27,29

3.11 15,20,21,23,31,35,36,39,41

4.1                                      3-6,15,17,19,20,23,25,31-33,41,49-51,53,56,58,59,61,63

4.2                                      1,2,5,6,11,12,13,16

4.3                                      3,5,9,11-15,18,19,21,25,28,31,33,35,36,38

4.4                                      1,5,6,9-12,15,17,21,23,25,28,29,39-41,45,47-49,55-57,61

4.5                                      1,3,5,7,9,10,13-15,19,35,45

4.6                                      1,3,9,15

4.7                                      1-6,10-13,15,17,28,29,31

4.10                                  1-5,7-11,13,15,16,19-21,23,25,27-29,31,33,35,37-40,43,59,61,63

5.1                                      2-5,15

5.2                                      15,17-19,23,29,31,32,34,43-45

5.3                                      3,5-7,9-11,17,18,20,21,23,25,28,30,31,33-35,38,45

5.4                                      1,5-10,17,19-21,23,25,26,31,35-37,40,53,55

5.5                                      1-15,19,21,25,29,31,35,49,51,55,56,58,61,65