Math 1242-004 Calculus II Spring 2015 Monday and Wednesday 3:30-4:45pm - Classroom: Fretwell 100 Professor: Dr. John R. Taylor E-mail: [email protected] Office : Fretwell 335A Phone : 704-687-5611 Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1 – 2:15 pm, and Tuesday and Thursday 11 am -12 pm, and by appointment! Grades: Grades are based on a 10 point grading scale which means 90-100 = A, 80-89 = B, 70-79 = C, 60-69 = D, and 0-59 = F. Tests 45% - There will be four tests this semester on the Chapters 5-8. You must be there for all tests dates which will be announced in class several days before those dates. There will be no make-up for tests, pop quizzes, homework, and calculator labs! Notice the other handout on Math 1242 for the material that will be covered. Homework /Webwork/Calculator Labs/Moodle Quizzes 25% - There will be an occasional homework, and there will be moodle quizzes for each section throughout the semester in class as well as on Web – Webwork - homework. The moodle quizzes are for making sure you are keeping up and prepared for each lecture. Be prepared! You also need the TI-83/84 through TI-89 Calculator to do certain type problems in class. You need to bring your calculator for every class as well as on test days. You may not borrow calculators during tests. As you know, these calculators are required for these classes, and there may be a calculator project/HW that is required. These calculator projects/HW are an attempt for you to learn more about your TI - 83, 84, or 89 calculator. As you know, these calculators are required for these classes. Final Exam 30% - There will be a departmental cumulative final exam in this class. The exam is on April 30, 2015 (Thursday) from 3 – 6pm. The location of this exam will be determined at a later date. Attendance Policy: There is attendance policy, you are in college and therefore are expected to show up for every class. If you have more than 4 absents (excused or unexcused), your grade for the class will be lowered by a letter grade, and if you have more than 6 absents - you will fail and have to repeat the class! You are expected to be on time and stay until the end of every class. Arriving late or leaving early will be counted as an absence. It is very important for you to never miss a class for any reason. However if you do miss a class, it is your responsibility to get the notes from someone (other than your professor) in class and understand that material on your own . In addition, benefits will be awarded for good attendance: Students with 2 or less total absences may earn extra credit, and qualify for bonus grades throughout the semester.
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