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Math 150B Calculus I California State University Fullerton Spring 2020 Instructor : Dr. Converse Office Office hours: M - W 7:00—7:45, 2:00 -2:45 MH-66 Phone 657- 278-2886 [email protected] Please put Math 150A in the subject to be filtered in Section 08 12:00 noon - 1:50 M W Room MH-480 Textbook : Essential Calculus : Early Transcendentals, Custom Edition, 2e Stewart, Cengage Learning, 2013. Softcover. Online Homework: You will need two codes 1.) purchase the WebAssign Code (Cengage product) 2.) you will also need the class code “key” WebAssign Class Key: fullerton 4477 4639 Course Description: This course is the first semester in a three-semester sequence in calculus. The topics of functions, limits, differentiation, optimization, and integration will be covered. Please view this class as the beginning of your professional work. You would not miss work; please don't miss class. You are an integral part of the team. Homework : Homework will be done online using WebAssign and written homework (BP) per the attached schedule. No late homework will be accepted. Exams : Three (3) exams will be given. There are no make-up exams. Final Exam : One (1) comprehensive exam will be given during final exam week. Grading: % of your grade • Homework & Board work 15% • 3 one hour Exams (21% each) 63% • Comprehensive Final 22% All exams and quizzes must be taken when given in class. In extreme cases, documentation is required and a makeup exam must be taken before the class exams are returned. Class time final exam 8 am Wed 5-13 7:00 10 am Mon 5-11. 11:00 12 noon Wed 5-13. 11:00
The standard grading scale will be used: 98% - 100%…...A+ 93% - 97%…….A 90%- 92%…….A- 88% - 89%…….B+ 83%- 87%…….B 80% - 82%…….B- 78% - 79%…….C+ 73% - 77%…….C 70% - 72%…….C- 63% - 69%…….D 60% - 62%…….D- 0% - 59%…….F Calculators : A scientific calculator is required. Graphing calculators may also be used. Class policy : When written homework is due, it is always due at the beginning of the class period, not the end. Homework handed in at the end of class is considered late. Cell phones and computers are not to be out during class. Texting during class is inhibiting you from fully engaging in the class and distracting to others, including the instructor. Attendance is required for this class. Should you be forced to miss a class, it is your responsibility to obtain the lecture notes and other important information from one of your classmates . Remember, the student is responsible for all information given out during class time. It is very important in any mathematics course to attend class, to do all assigned reading and homework conscientiously and thoroughly, and to get any questions you might have cleared up as quickly as possible. You are strongly encouraged to get help in class, before or after class, during office hours or make an appointment with me. As long as you come to class please feel free to ask me about anything you did not understand in class or need help with. I will be more than happy to re-explain the concepts. Again, studying with your fellow students is strongly encouraged.

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