Math 220  Spring 2010
COORDINATOR:
Chris Pinner, CW113, [email protected], 5320587.
TEXT:
Calculus: Early Transcendentals (6th. Edition), by James Stewart.
PROCEDURE:
This course is organized along the lecturerecitation method. Each week you are expected
to attend two lectures (Mondays and Wednesdays) and two recitation classes (Tuesdays and Thursdays).
The material to be covered in each lecture along with the corresponding exercise set is indicated on the
after each lecture, reread the material and do as many of the assigned exercises as you can before the
next recitation class. Try to get the remaining exercises worked in your recitation class, but, one way or
another, you should eventually have all of the assigned exercises solved. Work lots of problems; problem
solving is the most important aspect of this course. Don’t fall behind and seek help if you don’t understand
something.
COURSE INSTRUCTORS:
The lectures will be given by Prof Gabriel Nagy 9:30am or Prof Chris
Pinner 1:30pm. You will also have a recitation instructor who you will meet at your ﬁrst recitation class.
Contact details (email, phone, oﬃce numbers, oﬃce hours etc.) can be found on the math dept webpage
http://www.math.ksu.edu/
(under ‘Personnel Directory’).
GRADING:
Your recitation instructor will administer your exams and determine your ﬁnal letter grade.
You may earn 778 points in this course: 100 points on each of the three hour exams, 200 points on the
ﬁnal exam, 112 points for homework, 66 points for the online homework and 100 points in recitation
(for quizzes, class participation, or attendance). Your recitation instructor will explain exactly how your
recitation points will be determined. Letter grades will be assigned for each exam, but these should be
considered only as an indication of your progress. These curves will be used to decide the ﬁnal grade
cutoﬀs (out of 778).
HOMEWORK:
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