1007A_Course_Outline_Fall2006

1007A_Course_Outline_Fall2006 - Elementary Calculus 1 Math...

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Elementary Calculus 1 Math 1007, Section A Course Outline, Fall 2006 Instructor: Colette Haley 3390 HP 613-520-2600 ext. 2142 [email protected] Webpage: http://www.math.carleton.ca/~chaley/ Textbook: Single Variable Calculus Early Transcendentals, 5 th Edition by James Stuart Prerequisite: Ontario Grade 12 Math: Advanced Functions and Introductory Calculus; or an OAC in Calculus; or Math 0007; or equivalent. Please speak to the instructor if you are uncertain about your background. Lectures: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30-10:30 in 102 AT First class: Friday September 8 Last class: Monday December 4 Tutorials: Friday 1:30-2:30 starting September 15 517 SA Students with last names A-C TA: Chen Lu 417 SA Students with last names D-I TA: Haiping Cao 415 SA Students with last names J-O TA: Chris Gravel 515 SA Students with last names P-Z TA: Yashar Kablou Evaluation: 10% Tutorial work (5 tutorials during the term) 40% Tests (4 tests during the term) 50% Final Exam Note: You must get a grade of at least 40% on the final exam AND at least 50% overall to pass the course. Students who do not present sufficient term work (at least 30%) and are absent on the final exam will be assigned the grade FND – “Fail No Deferral”. This means that the student is NOT eligible to write a deferred exam.
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Announcements You are responsible for keeping up with information announced in class, or sent to your connect email account. The course schedule on the next page is approximate, and may change subject to the progress of the class. The material covered on each test will be announced in class one week before the test. Tutorial Work There will be a one hour tutorial each week. Except for the four test weeks, the tutorials will be devoted to problem solving in small groups of 2 – 4 students. The group should
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