MAC 2512 Syllabus - Exam 1 Friday September 12 E Exam 2...

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MAC 2512 Text Calculus- Early Transcendentals 5th or 6th edition, by James Stewart Course Content and Objectives The course will cover topics including: Techniques of integration, the series and sequences, the parametric equations with special emphasis on the polar coordinates and the applications. Instructor and Office Hours Li-Chien Shen 488 Little Hall 392-0281 ext. 257 M W F 4th period or by appointment Suggested Problems Selected problems from the text will be assigned on daily basis, and some of the solutions will be discussed during th lectures. Homework The students are strongly recommended to do all the suggested problems. Exams There will be 5 exams each worth 15%. The remaining 25% of the grade will come from the weekly quiz scores and/or homework assignments in the discussion sessions.
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Unformatted text preview: Exam 1 Friday September 12 E Exam 2 Friday October 3 E Exam 3 Friday Octber 24 E Exam 4 Friday November 14 E Exam 5 Wednesday December E Exam 6 (Optional) Grading Grades will then be assigned based upon the following scale: A 90% - 100% B+ 85% - 89% B 80% - 84% C+ 75% - 79% C 70% - 74% D+ 65% -69% D 60% - 64% E 0% - 59% Course Information http://www.math.ufl.edu/~shen/mac2512 Accommodation for students with disabilities Students requesting classroom accommodation must first register with the Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students Office will provide documentation to the student who must then provide this documentation to the Instructor when requesting accommodation. Attendance Except for the exams, attendance, while recommended, is not required....
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