MATH 1720.110 CALCULUS II (Fall 2020)
Instructor Contact
Name:
Dr. Matthew Dulock
Office Location:
Zoom ID: 863-112-3115 (ordinarily GAB 422)
Phone Number:
(940) 369-4375
Office Hours:
On Zoom: Mon/Wed 12:30 – 2 PM , Thurs 1-2:30 PM, Fri 9 – 10 AM or by appointment
Email:
[email protected]
Communication Expectations:
You can expect me to respond to emails within 48 hrs. Please be
courteous to others in office hours and come with specific questions. Office hours are not the place for
extensive one on one tutoring.
Course Description
Differentiation and integration of exponential, logarithmic and transcendental functions; integration
techniques; indeterminate forms; improper integrals; area and arc length in polar coordinates; infinite
series; power series; Taylor’s theorem.
Required Text/Materials
The textbook is Stewart, James,
Calculus, 8th
Edition, Cengage Learning (2016). It is available online
through WebAssign platform.
Cengage WebAssign: WebAssign is online course delivery platform accessed directly through
Canvas
.
WebAssign access includes all online homework assignments, the e-text of
Calculus 8
th
Edition
, by James
Stewart, and additional learning resources. Use the link in Canvas to register immediately. You must
register in WebAssign by the 2
nd
class day of the semester. See
WebAssign Student Information
.
WebAssign grants a no-cost temporary 14-day access. You must purchase your access before the
temporary access expires. If you do not make the purchase before trial period ends, you may lose credit
for all work previously completed. Again, see
WebAssign Student Information
for purchase information.
Although grades from some work (like Exams) may be on Canvas, the official grade book will be on
WebAssign. All of your grades, including a current estimate of your course average, will be there.
Grading
Homework (WebAssign) – 14%
Quizzes (WebAssign) – 14%
Midterm Exams – 54%
Final Exam – 18%
A: 90-100%
B: 80-89%
C: 70-79%
D: 60-69%
F: 59 and below
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Late work will not be accepted in this course regardless of the reason.
Course Structure
This course takes place 100% online. There are 14 weeks of content that you will move through. There
will be two modules open at the beginning of the course and I will open up a new module each week.
Content Modules
In each module you will find an outline of the lectures corresponding to the relevant sections and
instructional videos which will go over the content and present the solutions to the examples. In the
space provided in the notes you should work through the examples with the aid of the videos.
Homework
Each week there will be homework on WebAssign for the sections covered that week. The homework
will be due by 11:59 PM on Tuesday of the following week. For instance, in week 1 we will cover 6.1,
6.2*, and 6.3*. Thus, the homework on these sections will need to be completed by Tuesday night during
week 2. This is to give ample time and flexibility should the unexpected happen, but ideally you should
be completing the homework as you go through the module during the week. To provide an incentive,