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Unformatted text preview: INFORMATION AND SYLLABUS 21-640-119 – Basic Calculus – Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. Li Guo; Office: Smith 308; Phone: 973-353-3917; E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: T Th 1:30-2:30 pm Wed address: http://newark.rutgers.edu/˜liguo Teaching Assistant: Mr. Pritam Ghosh; Office: Smith 232; Phone: (973) 353-5156 ext 1637; E-mail: [email protected]; Office Hours: W. 2:30-3:30 pm Department web address: http://math.newark.rutgers.edu/ Important Note: Basic Calculus is intended for students who will NOT be taking Calculus I or further calculus courses. Students will NOT receive credit for both (21&62:640:119) Basic Calculus, and (21&62:640:135) Calculus I. If your major requires calculus courses beyond Basic Calculus, then this course is NOT for you. It is intended for students majoring in information systems, business, social science, or liberal arts. Text Book: Calculus and Its Applications, 12th edition, by Goldstein, Lay, Schneider and Asmar, Prentice Hall (ISBN: 978-0321571304). Should compare homework if use 11th ed. Grading Policy: There will be one final exam (200 points), two midterm exams (100 points each) and 11 quizzes (20 points each). Your highest 9 grades from the 11 quizzes will count for the total grade. The formula of the total points is 20 (attendance) + 180 (9 quizzes) + 200 (2 midterms) + 200 (final) = 600 points (total) The course grades will be given on a curve based on the total points.The course grades will be given on a curve based on the total points....
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