Yorck Sommerhäuser

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Calculus 2

  • Spring quarter 2007
  • Course: 15 Math 252
  • Instructor: Y. Sommerhäuser
  • Assistant: I. Vardhani
  • Schedule for Math 251 004:
    • Time: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, 11:00 am-11:50 am
    • Room: 835
    • Call number: 203337
  • Schedule for Math 251 901:
    • Time: Mon 6:30 pm-8:45 pm, Wed 6:30 pm-7:45 pm
    • Room: 835
    • Call number: 203339
  • Office hours of Y. Sommerhäuser: Mon, Thu, Fri 10:00 am-10:50 am
  • Office hours of I. Vardhani: Wed 11:00 am-12:30 pm, Fri 11:00 am-12:30 pm, Mathematics Learning Center
  • Textbook: J. Stewart: Calculus - Concepts & Contexts, 3rd edition,
    Thomson, Belmont, 2005
  • Outline: We will cover Chapter 5 almost completely, great parts of Chapter 6, some parts of Chapter 7 depending on the available time, and Section 8.1. Moreover, we will cover the appendices F, G, and H. In comparison to the preceding courses, there will be more emphasis on concepts and proofs and less emphasis on computation. Course materials will be posted on Blackboard.
  • Test 1: Tue, May 1, 6:00 pm, 525 Old Chemistry
  • Test 2: Tue, May 22, 6:00 pm, 525 Old Chemistry
  • Final: Wed, June 6, 4:30 pm, 525 Old Chemistry
  • Examination criteria: The final grade will be computed using the following weights.
    • Attendance: 5 percent
    • Daily on-line homework: 15 percent
    • Weekly graded homework: 15 percent
    • Test 1: 20 percent
    • Test 2: 20 percent
    • Final Exam: 25 percent
  • Grading:
    • A: 90 percent (or better)
    • B: 75 percent (or better)
    • C: 65 percent (or better)
    • D: 55 percent (or better)
  • Policies: There will be two types of homework: First, a daily homework assignment, which is posted on Blackboard. Out of this assignment, one or two questions have to be completed on-line on Blackboard before the start of the next lecture. Second, there will be a weekly graded homework assignment, which usually will consist of more difficult and more theoretical questions than the on-line homework. On-line homework cannot be made up, but your four lowest on-line homework grades will be dropped. Also, you can miss four classes without affecting your attendance score. The final exam will be comprehensive. Calculators, textbooks, or notes may not be used during quizzes or tests.
  • Tutoring: Mathematics tutors are available at no charge in the Mathematics Learning Center.
  • Syllabus.


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