MAC2313syl_s11 - Grading A 200 – 180 A 179 – 174 B 173...

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MAC 2313 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III Section 3124 - Spring 2011 Class Time and Room: MWRF 7th period, 1:55-2:45 PM, MAT 115. Textbook Calculus - Early Transcendentals, 6th Edition, by J. Stewart (Brooks/Cole Publ.) Instructor Information Xiaojing Ye Office: LIT 459 Phone: 392-0281 x. 327 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: W4, W6, R6 or by appointments Website: Course Contents Unit 1: Vectors and the geometry of space, Chapter 12 (2.5 weeks) Unit 2: Vector functions, Chapter 13, (1.5 weeks) Unit 3: Partial derivatives, Chapter 14, (3.5 weeks) Unit 4: Multiple integrals, Chapter 15, (3.5 weeks) Unit 5: Vector calculus, Chapter 16, (4 weeks) Tests There will be 3 tests, 40 points each, and a cumulative final, worth 50 points. Quiz There will be seven 6-points quizzes. Your lowest two quiz scores will be dropped. Homework Homework will be assigned and checked regularly.
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Unformatted text preview: Grading A: 200 – 180, A-: 179 – 174, B+: 173 – 168, B: 167 – 160, B-: 159 – 154, C+: 153 – 148, C: 147 – 140, D: 139 – 120, E: less than 120 points NOTE: You must have written medical documentation for makeup tests. Academic Honesty The course will be conducted in accord with the University honor code and academic honesty policy which can be found in the student guide ( ) 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 me, during office hours, when requesting accommodation. This must be done at least ONE WEEK in advance of the date of the requested accommodation....
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