Syllabus for Section D

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Syllabus for Section D

Mathematics 22 D (# 92000) Calculus II Fall 2011Instructor: J. Lawlor (jclawlor@uvm.edu or John.Lawlor@uvm.edu )Office:Room 301, 16 Colchester Avenue (Henry Marcus Lord House)Office Telephone: 656-4311Department Telephone: 656-2940Office Hours:Text:Class Hours:Classroom:MWF 10:40 am – 11:30 am, MW 12:50 pm – 1:40 pm,Th 2:30 pm – 3:35 pm or by appointmentCalculus (Sixth Edition) by James Stewart(Early Transendentals version)MWF 4:05 pm – 4:55 pm and Th 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm102 PerkinsCourse Outline and ReadingReview of basic differentiation and integrationApplications of the definite integral Sections 6.1 – 6.5Techniques of integration Sections 7.1 – 7.4Approximate integration and improper integrals Sections 7.7 – 7.8Further applications of integration Sections 8.1 – 8.3Parametric equations and polar coordinates Sections 10.1 – 10.4Infinite sequences and series Sections 11.1 – 11.11Introduction to complex numbersAppendix HTopics in differential equationsSections 9.1 – 9.5 (as time permits)GradingThere will be three midterm examinations, nine quizzes, several assignments and a final examination. The eight best quizmarks will determine your quiz average, which will count as one score. Each midterm examination will count as one scoreand the final examination will count as two scores. Of these six scores, the lowest will be dropped (in case of ties, one of thelowest scores will be dropped). The remaining five scores and the assignment score will determine your course grade, witheach of the six components being weighted equally. (There will be two types of assignments: electronic assignments, usingthe WebAssign feature of the text, and written assignments, some of which may use Mathematica.)RemarksAll students are expected to regulate their class attendance and behavior in a mature and responsible manner. In somesituations, class participation and behavior could become a factor in the determination of your course grade.Quiz Dates: September 9 (F), September 15 (Th), September 29 (Th), October 6 (Th), October 13 (Th),October 27 (Th), November 3 (Th), November 10 (Th) and December 1 (Th).Midterm Examination Dates: September 22 (Th), October 20 (Th) and November 17 (Th).Final Examination Date: Monday, December 12 at 4:30 pm in 102 Perkins.The last day to add or drop this course or to exercise the pass/no pass option is Tuesday, September 13.The last day to withdraw from this course is Monday, October 31.Copies of the text and the solutions manual are available at the reserve desk in the Bailey-Howe library.A daily course log will be maintained on the class web site. The main topics discussed in each class will be posted andrelevant problems from the text will be listed. There will also be links to Mathematica notebooks when appropriate whichwill contain commands for some of the examples presented in Mathematica on that class day.


Students who are eligible for course accommodations due to special needs are responsible for notifying me if they wish toutilize such accommodations and for coordinating with the Office of Specialized Student Services in establishing the basisfor and the implementation of the accommodations.Students who miss a quiz or an examination due to illness or any other special circumstance and who wish to schedule amake-up must advise me in a timely manner of the absence and the reason for it in order for the request for a make-up to beconsidered. Whenever possible, this information should be provided in advance of the absence.Religious Holidays: Students have the right to practice e the religion of their choice. Each semester, students should submitin writing to their instructors by the end of the second full week of classes their documented religious holiday schedule forthe semester. Faculty must permit students who miss work for the purpose of religious observance to make up this work.

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