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MA 23200: Calculus for the Life Sciences II
Spring 2011
COURSE WEBPAGE:
http://www.math.purdue.edu/ma232
REQUIRED TEXTBOOK:
Calculus for the Life Sciences
, Marvin L. Bittinger, Neal Brand and John
Quintanilla, 2006
PREREQUISITE:
MA 23100 (or: MA 29000 Section 1 or 2 from Spring 2009)
CALCULATOR:
A scientific calculator with a oneline display is required.
Graphing calculators and
programmable calculators cannot be used.
Calculators which are capable of numerical or symbolic
differentiation or integration also cannot be used.
Sharing calculators on a quiz or exam is not allowed.
HOMEWORK:
Homework will be collected daily. The two lowest homework scores will be dropped at the end
of the semester. No late homework will be accepted except with your instructor's permission.
QUIZZES:
Quizzes will be given frequently.
The lowest quiz score will be dropped at the end of the semester.
There will be no makeup quizzes.
In extenuating circumstances, your instructor may choose to excuse you
from a quiz.
EXAMS:
There will be two inclass midterm exams, one evening midterm exam, and a final exam.
The two in
class midterm exams will be written and graded by your instructor.
On these exams, partial credit may be
awarded for substantial progress toward solving a problem.
The evening midterm exam and final exam are
coursewide, multiplechoice, machinegraded exams written by the course coordinator.
The dates of the
midterm exams are as follows:
Exam 1
inclass exam (50 min) on Friday, February 4
Exam 2
evening exam (60 min) on Tuesday, March 8, at 6:30 pm in LILy 1105
Exam 3
inclass exam (50 min) on Monday, April 11
Final Exam
during finals week (120 min), location, date, and time to be announced
If you have a class or exam conflict with Exam 2 or the final exam, you should contact your instructor
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