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COURSE TITLE
AY / TERM OF EFFECTIVITY
PREPARED BY
APPROVED BY
PAGE 1 OF 3
CALCULUS 3
20092010/3T
HIGHER MATH CLUSTER
JOY G. HOFILEÑA, PhD
Dean, CAS
FORM OVPAA 002A
02
JANUARY 6, 2010
COURSE SYLLABUS
COLLEGE / DEPARTMENT
:
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
COURSE CODE
:
MATH023
COURSE TITLE
:
CALCULUS 3
PREREQUISITE
:
MATH022
COREQUISITE
:
None
CREDIT UNIT(S)
:
Three (3) units
CLASS SCHEDULE
:
1.5 hours per meeting / 4.5 hours per week
COURSE DESCRIPTION
An advanced course in Calculus which covers other applications of integration such as finding the length of an arc, work
and force due to liquid pressure, vectors and vector calculus, and complex numbers.
COURSE OBJECTIVES
A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to:
1.
Develop his logical and critical thinking skills in solving calculus problems
2.
Develop his ability to analyze, strategize, and visualize calculus problems
3.
Apply calculus in solving geometry problems.
4.
Apply calculus in solving physics related problems
COURSE COVERAGE
WEEK NO.
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES
DATE
COVERED
1
Orientation
Review of Integration Formulas
Volume
1.
Summarize the course goals and expected
outcomes and explain the importance of
complying with the course policies.
(CO1)
2.
Recall the basic integration formulas
(CO1)
3.
Solve volumes of solids by integration.
(CO1,CO2, CO3)
2
Length of Arc
Nonparametric curves
Parametric curves
Polar curves
4.
Solve the length of arc by integration
(CO1,CO2,
CO3)
5.
Derive common formulas of circumference
and perimeter of geometric figures.
(CO1,CO2,
CO3)
3
Areas of Surfaces of Revolution
Formulas
Problems/Exercises
6.
Compute the areas of surfaces of revolution
by integration.
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