Syllabus
Calculus 1
Fall, 2011
MAC2311 Section 001 MWF 9:009:50AM in P264 and MAC2311L Section 001 T 8:009:15 in X123
MAC2311 Section 002 MWF 10:0010:50AM in P264 and MAC2311L Section 002 T 9:3010:45 in X123
Instructor:
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Office:
B230, Unit 7
Office Phone: 3955114
College Math Lab:
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Fri.
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Text:
Stewart, Single Variable CALCULUS Early Transcendentals
, 6
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Edition,
Thompson Brooks/Cole, 2008
ISBN# 9780495011699
Course Description:
This is the first of three courses in the calculus sequence. This course includes the
study of limits; continuity, and derivatives for functions of onevariable including polynomial, rational,
algebraic, piecewisedefined, logarithmic, and exponential and trigonometric functions; applications of
derivatives; introduction to integration including the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; approximating
techniques for derivatives and integrals.
Prerequisites:
MAC1140 and MAC1114,
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Learning
Outcomes &
Course
Objectives:
All sections of MAC2311 follow a common course
outline adopted by the SFC Mathematics Department. This document includes the topical outline
approved by Florida’s Department of Education, learning outcome statements, and course objectives. For
more information go to this link:
http://dept.sfcollege.edu/math/content/media/MAC2311LO_0809.pdf
Homework:
For each section covered in class, textbook homework is posted on the instructor’s website.
Within each assignment a subset of representative problems is identified in bold font.
Homework is not collected,
but the bold font problems are chosen for their similarity to quiz and test questions.
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