MATH-2212 SyllabusCourse SyllabusMATH-2212 - Calculus of One Variable IIFall semester, 2019Course:MATH-2212 – Calculus of One Variable II (CRNs: 83552, 91532, and 82990)Text:(Required) Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8theditionby James Stewart; Cengage Learning, 2015,+ access code to Enhanced WebAssign (the supplemental website). See more detailed textbook infoat the end of this syllabus.Prerequisites:Grade of C or higher in MATH-2211, or an equivalent transfer credit, or a suitable score on themath placement test.Common lecture:Days, Time, and Location:Mon/Wed at 3:30pm-4:45pm in PSC 101.Instructor:Dr. Rishi SubediOffice:25PP 1343.Office phone:404-413-6413Email:[email protected].eduOffice hours:Monday 2:15 pm- 3:15 pmTuesday 1:30 pm – 3:30 pmWednesday 2:00 pm -3:00 pmThursday 1:00 – 3:00 pm;or by appointment.Break-out (recitation) section, CRN: 91532Day, Time, and Location:Wednesday at 12:30 pm-1:20 pm in SPARKS 300.Instructor:Dr. Rishi SubediEmail:[email protected]Office hours:See above.Break-out (recitation) section, CRN: 82990Day, Time, and Location:Wednesday at 1:30 pm-2:20 pm in SPARKS 300.Instructor: Adam Brian KellamEmail:[email protected]Office hours:Tuesday at 11:00 am – 1:00 pm; Wednesday at 10:00-11:00 am in 25PP 1325.Break-out (recitation) section, CRN: 83552Day, Time, and Location:Wednesday at 2:30 pm-3:20 pm in SPARKS 300.Instructor: Sara Moosavi MotlaghianEmail:[email protected]Office hours:Friday 3:30 pm -5:10 pm in 25PP 1405.Page 1 of 6
MATH-2212 SyllabusSupplemental Instruction:Every Monday and Wednesday at 11:00 am – 12:00 pm in CLS 206.Every Thursday at 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm in Langdale 320The SI leader is Swara Vyas ([email protected]).WebAssign supplemental website:. Signing up for a WebAssign account is a requiredcomponent of this class, because it will be used for assigning graded online homeworks. Moreover, the entiretextbook is available electronically on the website, as well as additional study and review resources. Use thefollowing class key to sign up for our class on WebAssign: gsu 2073 5705.iCollege:All course-related materials are available or will be posted throughout the semester on the iCollegeGSU website. You can log in to iCollege at .Course content:Applications and techniques of integration; parametric equations; polar coordinates; improperintegrals; infinite sequences and series. The course content standards are available at.Course evaluation:Your course grade will be determined as follows:a.Tests (52%).There will be four in-class tests – closed-books, closed-notes, with basic calculatorsallowed (see the calculator policy below) – given in lecture class periods. Each test will contribute 13% toyour course grade.b.Online homeworks (9%).Online graded homeworks will be made available on the WebAssign website(see above) throughout the semester. Specific homework instructions will be provided when the classbegins. The average of all homework grades will contribute 9% to your course grade.