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Math 71,fall 2009,green

Math 71,fall 2009,green - San Jose State University Math 71...

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San Jose State University Math 71 Calculus for Bus/Aviat H. Katsuura Fall 2009 Section 01 40943 1330-1445 TR DH318 Office: MH415 Tel.: 924-5130 e-mail: [email protected] * Textbook: Schawm’s Outline, Calculus; Fifth Edition; by Frank Ayres, Jr. and Elliott Mendelson. * Office Hours: Tuesday Thursday; 7:00-7:25, 10:30-11:30, 12:30-13:25, and by appointment. Office hours are for you to ask me questions. But also you are welcome to use my office to study Math 70 during my office hours. You do not need appointments to see me on these times, but if you want to see me another times, you have to make appointments with me. * Prerequisites: Proficiency in intermediate algebra and satisfaction of ELM requirement. *Warning: Students who intend to use this course to satisfy the mathematical concepts requirements for General Education must earn a grade of C or higher. * Grading Policy and Materials to be covered: Exam #1 Chapters 1-6 (review), Exponential and Logarithm (supplemented), 7-10 100 points (at about the end of September) Exam #2 11, 12, 13, 15,14 48, 52 100 points (at about mid November) Final Exam all of the above materials and 22-26 150 Homework and pop-quizzes 100 Total 450 points Final Exam Schedule: Tuesday December 15, 12:15 – 14:30 GE Learning Objectives for Mathematical Concept Courses 1. Use mathematical methods to solve quantitative problems, including those presented in verbal form. 2. Use mathematics to solve real life problems.
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