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# calc2-syl - MATH 2425 Calculus II Sections 002(Lecture...

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MATH 2425, Calculus II, Sections 002(Lecture), 102(Lab), 202(Lab) Course Syllabus Fall 2009; MW, 1:00p-2:20p, Room PKH 319 Instructor: Dr. Gornet Office: Math 419; (817)272-1322; [email protected] Office Hours: Mon: 9a-12n, 2:30p-4p Wed 9a-11a; and by e-mail appt (I also teach MW 4p-5:20p) Textbook: Thomas’ Calculus: Early Transcendentals (11th edition); media upgrade optional Expectations: Between lectures, you are expected to review your notes, go through the appropriate section(s) in the book, understand all relevant examples in the book, and at- tempt all homework problems assigned for the section. I anticipate that a student passing this course with a ’C’ will spend at least 12 focused hours each week on Math 2425 outside the classroom. You are expected to come on time for Problem Solving activities. Points will be deducted if you are more than 10 minutes late to a problem solving activity. Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of Math 2425, the student should be able to 1. compute the area between two curves, in both rectangular and polar coordinates; compute volumes and surface areas of solids of revolution, in both rectangular and polar coordinates; compute arc length of both polar and rectangular curves 2. compute the value of integrals by the methods of integration by parts, trigonometric substitutions and partial fractions 3. compute the value of improper integrals 4. compute limits of sequences and series 5. determine the radius of convergence of power series; differentiate and integrate power series 6. represent a known function as a Taylor series; approximate a known function with a Taylor polynomial and determine the error involved 7. compute the standard representation of a vector in 3-space, compute the dot product and cross product of vectors 8. write equations of lines, planes, and quadric surfaces in 3-space 9. justify and explain steps in problem solving. In particular, students should be able to construct correct and detailed mathematical arguments to justify their claimed solutions to problems. Grading Scale: 90-100 A ; 80-89 B ; 70-79 C ; 60-69 D ; 0-59 F Grade Components: Midterm Exam 1: 20% Fri. Sep. 18, 2009, 6p-8p Midterm Exam 2: 25% Fri. Oct. 23, 2009, 6p-8p Final Exam: 35% Sat. Dec. 5, 2009, 3p-5:30p Lab Quizzes: 10% (average of top 10 quizzes) Lab Projects: 10% (average of top 10 lab projects) Midterm and Finals: These exams are departmental, i.e., all sections of Math 2425 will take the same exam and the grades will have the same weight in each section. All of these

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