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CALCULUS I Fall 2015MAC 2311, Section U07, reference number 81961Time and room: MW 8-8:50 at PC432; F 8-9:50 at DM190Instructor: Dr. Stepan GrigorievE-mail: [email protected]Office, phone, and office hours: TBAPrerequisites: Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry with a C. For students who have not previously taken a college math class, a score of 75 or better on the ALEKS Exam will serve as the pre-requisite. Anystudent without these prerequisites will be administratively dropped. Textbook: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 10th edition, [Hardcover] by Anton, Bivens and Davis (published by John Wiley and Sons In). The “Single variable Calculus” version of the above book is also acceptable.Learning objectives: Upon completion, students should demonstrate:(1) Strong computational skills of limits, derivatives and basic anti-derivatives;(2) Good understanding of the major topics -- limits and continuity, differentiation and applications, basicanti-derivatives.(3) Proficiency in reasoning skills, such as comprehending and reproducing basic proofs.Grading: Your grade in the course is based solely on your overall percentage computed out of the following: 1.Quizzes/homework/class work (15%) Quizzes -- top 10 scores out of 12 (5%). The in-class quizzes will be managed using iClicker system about once a week in the beginning or in the end of the class.Homework (online) –- top 8 scores out of 10 (4%).Class work - 6%. This part of the grade will be based on student’s work in class and will mostly reflect thework at problem solving group sessions.