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Syllabus for Calculus I, Math-035Fall 2015Instructor:Maria DorokhinaOffice:313.4 St. Mary’sEmail:[email protected]Meeting Times:3:30-4:45 MW, Reiss 2844:00-4:50 R, St. Mary’s Hall 343Textbook:Calculus, Early Transcendentals, edition 2, by Briggs and Cochran, Pearson publishers.This book is available from the bookstore. When you purchase a hard copy of the text you will also receive an access code giving you access to MyMathLab, an online resource for calculus and an interactive e-book copy of the text. If you buy a used version, you will not have access to the online version and online MyMathLab.The text can also be purchased electronically from the Pearson website which gives you access to MyMathLab and the e-book.Whether you get the hard copy or not, to get access to MyMathLab, go toPearsonmylabandmastering.comYou will need the course ID: dorokhina73665and an access code that came with your book.Office Hours: As needed after class; by appointment and/or by email.Course Goals:The overarching goals are for students to develop:A functional understanding of limits and its relationship to derivatives and integrals. A sound knowledge of the techniques of differentiation and integration and their application. As a result, students completing this course willGain meaningful information about a situation under study by using the core concepts of calculus, evenwhen the necessary data for applying a formulae is unavailable.