MathUG-MTH142_syllabus - SAMPLE SYLLABUS Department of...

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Updated: 2015.06.03 BB 1 Course Number: MTH 142 Course Title: College Calculus II Credit Hours: 4.0 Textbook: J. Stewart, Calculus, Early Transcendentals MTH 141,142, 8 th custom UB ed. 8 th custom UB edition consists of Chapters 1-11 of the standard 8 th edition of J. Stewart, Calculus: Early Transcendentals . Prerequisites: MTH 141 with recommended grade of C or higher. MTH 121 is usually not adequate preparation for MTH 142. Notes: This is the second part of a 3-semester sequence in calculus for students of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering. MTH 142 covers Chapters 5-8 and 10-11 of the text. The schedule of this course is more demanding than the that of MTH 141. Keeping a good pace is of essence. SAMPLE SYLLABUS This document is published as an indication of what is typically taught in this course. Instructors have the responsibility of deciding on topics to be omitted, additional topics to be included and the emphasis, ordering and pacing of presentation. Department of Mathematics Office of Undergraduate Studies 233 Mathematics Building E-mail: [email protected] Ph: (716) 645-8785 This sched dule is written fo or 13 weeks of instruction. In a typical semester there are 14 teaching weeks, thus some flexibility is built in. Week Sections Topics 1 6.1, 6.2 Areas between curves. Volumes.
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