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Unformatted text preview: Math 123: Calculus I, 4 credits, Fall 2005, SDSM&T Finding Your Instructor Roger Johnson ("Roger" or "Mr. Johnson" is fine), McLaury 308 (inner office) email: [email protected] web: http://silver.sdsmt.edu/~rwjohnso, 3942471 (math/cs office) Office Hours MWF 10:0011:00 and 1:302:30 and by Appointment Class Meetings & Important Dates Class meetings are MWThF in McLaury 313 August 31 through December 9 with holidays on September 5, October 10, and November 11,24,25. The last day to drop for 100% refund is September 8; the last day to drop with a 'W' is November 15. The Final Exam will be held Wednesday, December 14 from 10:00  11:50 (by departmental policy, no early final exams may be given ). Prerequisites • College Algebra and Trigonometry (Trigonometry, in some cases, may be taken concurrently) . The College Algebra prerequisite is met by Math 102 (College Algebra) with a grade of "C" or better, or by an acceptable score on the Algebra Placement Examination. The Trigonometry corequisite can be met by (1) completing Math 120 (Trigonometry) with a grade of "C" or better, or by (2) achieving an acceptable score on the Trigonometry Placement Examination (COMPASS Math Score of 65 or higher), or by (3) concurrent enrollment in Math 120 (possible with a COMPASS Math Score of 40 or higher or by previously receiving a 'D' in Math 120). Course Description (From the catalog) Differentiation, antidifferentiation, and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions with applications in each area. Text that we'll cover: Chapters 1,2,3,4,7 (we will skip some sections in Chapter 7). Board of Regents General Education Goals & Student Learning Outcomes This course meets GenEd Goal #5: Students will understand and apply fundamental mathematical processes and reasoning. Student learning outcomes: As a result of taking a course meeting this goal, students will: 1. Use mathematical symbols and mathematical structure to model and solve real world problems. Assessment: Students will • Identify, interpret, and correctly apply standard mathematics symbols to solve problems requiring the derivative. This will be demonstrated on quizzes, labs, homework, and/or exams. • Identify, interpret, and correctly apply standard mathematics symbols to solve problems requiring the integral. This will be demonstrated on quizzes, labs, homework, and/or exams....
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 Fall '06
 JOHNSON
 Math, Calculus

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