Math 2644: Calculus II: Summer 2003.

 

Instructor:      Dr. A. Boumenir

Location:         Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00-12:50, Boyd 304

Tuesdays 11-00-12-50 Boyd 304 or LAB: TLC 1116

Office:                         Boyd 316

Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 12:00-14:00 or by appointment

Phone:             770-836-4348 or E-mail: boumenir@westga.edu

 

Textbook:       Calculus, Early Transcendentals (4th edition) by Stewart

 

Description:    This is the second course of the Calculus sequence and covers all classical methods of integration, their different applications and the study of series. We shall cover the chapters 6-7-8-10-11 and whenever possible use the Computer Algebra System – MapleV8 in TLC1116 on Tuesdays.

Objectives:     The student will be able

·         To convert the limit of a Riemann sum into an integral (L1)

·         To evaluate an area, or volume (L9)

·         To decide whether to use the method of disks, washers or shells (L1, L9)

·         To integrate by substitution and by parts (L1, L9)

·         To apply the convergence tests to improper integrals (L1, L9)

·         To apply the various trigonometric identities for substitution (L1)

·         To approximate integrals by the trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule (L8)

·         To find the error by Simpson’s rule (L8)

·         To set and evaluate the hydrostatic force and other simple applications (L1)

·         To convert and sketch a parametric or polar curves (L1)

·         To classify a sequence and find its limits (L1, L2)

·         To apply the test of convergence for series (L9)

·         To numerically approximate a series with a given accuracy (L8)

·         To find the radius of convergence of a power series (L1)

·         To construct a power series of a function and study its convergence (L7)

·         To use a computer algebra system (such as Maple) to symbolically  perform any computation related to the above topics and analyse/interpret the computer output (L9).

 

Tests:              There will be 3 class tests, 100 points each, given on:

          Test 1: June 24th, Test 2: July 8th, Test 3: July 22nd.

 

Quizzes:          A weekly quiz will be given on Tuesdays and will mainly cover questions from the homework.  Each quiz counts 20 points towards your final grade and the best  5 quizzes are counted.

Final Exam:     The final exam is Thursday, 31st July , 10:00-12:00 and counts 200 points towards your final grade. 

Evaluation:      (Tests)            3x100 points+ (Quizzes) 5x20 points+(Final) 200 points=600points.

Grading:          F=[0, 360), D=[360, 420),  C=[420, 480),   B=[480, 540),  A=[540, 600].

                       

W Deadline:    July 2nd is the last day to withdraw with grade of W.