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MAT 210 Syllabus MAT 210: BRIEF CALCULUS Spring 2009 Syllabus SLN: 11437 Instructor: Douglas Williams Place: ART Building 220 Office: HAV F 218 Time: TR 1:30 – 2:45 Phone: 480 – 965 - 0117 E-mail: williams@math.asu.edu Instructor's MAT 210 page address: : http://math.asu.edu/~williams/ General MAT 210 page address: http://math.asu.edu/fym/Courses/mat210/mat210.html Texts: 1 . Essential Mathematics for Business and Economic Analysis Third Edition, custom publishing by Pearson 2. Mathematics for Business Analysis, by Scott Surgent Prerequisites: Students of MAT 210 are expected to complete MAT 117 (College Algebra) with a grade of A, B or C. Placement Exam: Students must take the Unified Mathematics Placement Test outside of class on the Internet prior to enrolling in this course . The URL is http://math.asu.edu/fym/placement.html . This exam emphasizes required algebraic skills and assesses the student's general level of current mathematical ability. Graphing Calculator: A graphing calculator is required for this course. Highly recommended models include the TI-83/84 calculators and the Casio 9750G or 9850GB Plus calculators. * If you already have a graphing calculator, you may use it. * NOT permitted: calculators with QWERTY keyboards or those that do symbolic algebra, such as the Casio FX2, Casio 9970Gs, TI-89, or TI-92 Graphing calculator workshops: TI-Calculator Date Time Place 1/26/09 3:00-5:00 LSA 191 1/27/09 3:00-5:00 LSA 191 Casio-Calculator Date Time Place 1/26/09 3:00-5:00 PSA 106 1/27/09 3:00-5:00 PSA 304 Arizona State University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Spring 2009 1
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MAT 210 Syllabus Outline of the course No. Week Topics Comments 1 Jan. 19 – Jan. 23 1.1: A Dash of Limits, 1.2: More on Limits Martin Luther King Day Holiday (01/19) 2 Jan. 26 – Jan. 30 1.3: Continuity, 1.4: Intermediate Value Theorem, 1.5: The Derivative 3 Feb. 02 – Feb. 06 1.5: The Derivative, 1.6: Rates of Change and Increasing and Decreasing Functions 4 Feb. 09 – Feb. 13 1.7: Simple Rules for Differentiation, 1.8: Sums, Products and Quotients, Review for Test 1 5 Feb. 16 – Feb. 20 1.9: Chain Rule, 1.10: Higher Order Derivatives Exam 1 (1.1 – 1.8) Presidents’ Day – Not Observed. 6 Feb. 23 – Feb. 27 1.11: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, 2.1: Implicit Differentiation 7 Mar. 02 – Mar. 06 2.2: Differentiating the Inverse, 2.3: Linear Approximation 2.4: Why We Use Elasticities 8 Mar. 09 – Mar. 13 Spring Break 9 Mar. 16 – Mar. 20 3.1: Introduction, 3.2: Simple Tests for Extreme Points, 3.3: Local Extreme Points, Review for Test 2 Exam 2 (1.9 – 2.4) 10 Mar. 23 – Mar. 27 3.4: The Extreme Value Theorem, 3.5: Business and Economic Models 11 Mar. 30 – Apr. 03 3.6: Inflection Points, 4.1: Indefinite Integrals, 12 Apr. 06 – Apr. 10 4.5: Integration by Substitution , 4.6: Integration by Parts, 13 Apr. 13 – Apr. 17 4.2: Riemann Sums, 4.3: Areas and Definite Integrals 14 Apr. 20 – Apr. 24
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