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Syllabus - Calculus III Mathematics 20300 Section ST2 City College CUNY - Spring 2015 Instructor: Alexi Margishvili w: http://alexmargi.com/SP15/203 e: [email protected] Prerequisite Grade of C or higher in Math 20200. Text The textbook being used Stewart Essential Calculus, 2 nd edition, published by Cengage. The ISBN for this “Digital First” Bundle is 9781285129785. Meeting Time and Text The class meets on Tuesday 6PM – 7:40PM NAC 6/113 Thursday 5PM – 5:50PM NAC 1/511A Thursday 6PM – 7:40PM NAC 1/511E during the Spring 2015 . Academic Integrity Policy All students please navigate to the link below and read the CUNY wide policy on academic integrity. The guidelines apply to all CUNY taught courses http://www1.cuny.edu/portal_ur/content/2004/policies/image/policy.pdf Exams There will be 4 in class exams. In the event of circumstances preventing a student from being able to study for or taking an exam, at the end of the semester only the 3 highest grades will be considered in an average. Therefore, no makeup exams will be administered as part of the policy for this course. Exam 1: February 19 th Exam 2: March 10 th Exam 3: April 2 nd Exam 4: April 28 th Final: To be announced Grade Each student's grade will be comprised of three components: (1) MATLAB Lab work (2) In class exams (3) Departmental fnal
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