Math 231 F19 Syllabus.pdf - MATH 231 Section 1 Fall 2019 Calculus of Functions of One Variable I Lecture Location Murphey 116 Lecture Meetings Mon Wed

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MATH 231 Section 1, Fall 2019 Calculus of Functions of One Variable I Lecture Location : Murphey 116 Lecture Meetings : Mon, Wed, Fri 11:15am 12:05pm Instructor : Dr. Emily Burkhead E-mail : [email protected] Recitation Locations : Phillips or Gardner Recitation Meetings : Thursdays TAs : Russell Arnold, [email protected] Kirsten Geisbrecht, [email protected] Office : Phillips 324J Office Hours : Usually Mon, Wed 2:20 3:15pm and Thurs 10:15 11:30 am Course Description : Math 231 is designed to provide a detailed introduction to the fundamental ideas of calculus. It does not assume any prior calculus knowledge, but the student is expected to be proficient working with functions and their graphs as well as manipulating variable expressions and solving equations using algebra and trigonometry. Topics treated are limits, derivatives and their applications, and integration of functions of one variable. Course Objectives: Calculate limits of functions; explain the relationship between a function and its graph and its limit at a point. Define a derivative using limits and explain the geometric significance; evaluate derivatives of a given function. Apply the concepts of limits and derivatives to real world problems and sketching curves. Evaluate basic integrals using anti-derivatives and u-substitution; recognize the geometric significance of an integral. Use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to relate derivatives and integrals. Prerequisites: Only students who scored 600 or better on the SAT 2 Math Level 2 test, scored 29 or higher on the ACT math subject test, scored a 2 on the AP Calculus AB or BC exam, or passed Math 130 with a C- or higher may register for 231. Students may not receive credit for both MATH 231 and MATH 241. Required Materials: Our textbook is Calculus , Early Transcendentals , 3 rd edition, by Briggs, Cochran, and Gillett. Access to an e-book is included with MyLab Math. It is your choice whether you have a physical book in addition to the e-book. Access to MyLab Math is required. Some in-class questions and a portion of the regular homework assignments will be turned in and graded through the online MyLab Math system. If MyLabMath did not come with your textbook, you need to purchase access separately. A laptop, tablet, or smart phone should be brought to each class meeting for use with MyLab Math questions. Website: course ID: burkhead50245 Go to Under Register, select Student Confirm you have the information needed, then select OK! Register now Enter your instructor’s course ID: burkhead50245, and Continue Enter your existing Pearson account username and password to Sign In. You have an account if you have ever used a MyLab or Mastering product. » If you don’t have an account, select Create and c omplete the required fields Select an access option.
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