Math 106
University of NebraskaLincoln
Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
Fall 2009
COURSE SYLLABUS
Text
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University Calculus
by Hass, Weir, and Thomas, ISBN: 0321350146.
ACE Outcome 3
: This course satisfes ACE Outcome 3. You will apply mathematical reasoning and computations
to draw conclusions, solve problems, and learn to check to see iF your answer is reasonable. Your instructor will
provide examples, you will discuss them in class, and you will practice with numerous homework problems. The
exams will test how well you have mastered the material.
Math Placement
: Students who take Math 106 must satisFy the requirements oF the Math Placement Policy.
You satisFy the policy iF you satisFy one oF the Following conditions:
1. You have passed UNL’s Math 102 or 103 (or the equivalent course at UNO or UNK) with a grade oF C, P or
better.
2. You have passed the prerequisite courses in high school or at another college and have a qualiFying score on
the Math Placement Exam dated aFter October 2008. The Math Placement Exam will be given online at
the College Testing Center (Burnett 127). ±or more details, check the department web site:
(http://www.math.unl.edu/resources/undergraduate/mpe/).
3. You have a grade oF D, D+, or C in this course From UNL, UNO, or UNK.
Calculators
: A graphing calculator can be useFul For this course, and the TI83, TI84 and TI86 are recommended.
However, ALL CALCULATORS that have a builtin computer algebra system (CAS)
will not be permitted
during any oF the exams or quizzes. Examples oF CAS calculators include the TI89, TI92, TINspire, HP40,
HP41, Casio ALGEBRA ±X 2.0, Casio ClassPad 300, and Casio ClassPad 330.
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