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8.3 The Integral and Comparison Tests 8.4 Other Convergence Tests 8.5 Power Series 8.6 Representing Functions as Power Series 8.7 Taylor and Maclaurin Series 8.8* Applications of Taylor Polynomials Chapter 9 Parametric Equations9.1 Parametric Curves 9.2 Calculus with Parametric Curves 9.3 Polar Coordinates 9.4 Areas and Lengths in Polar Coordinates 9.5* Conic Sections in Polar Coordinates Exams: There will be 3 exams given on the dates indicated on the syllabus and a comprehensive one-hour-fifty-minute final exam given during finals week. Each exam counts 150 points and the final counts 200 points. There will be no make-up exams. The exams will be designed to assess your understanding of the concepts being covered in the course. This means that the exams will not consist solely of problems that closely resemble homework problems. Instead, they may contain problems that combine two or more different concepts from different text sections or that tests your understanding of a definition or theorem. Project There will be a written project on one of the topics covered which will be due on the last day of instruction. More detailed instruction will follow. Quizzes: There will be 12 unannounced quizzes throughout the semester. Quizzes will always be from the homework that you have done the night before. The intention here is to ensure that you are keeping up with the assigned work. Your lowest 2 quiz grades will be dropped.
4 Grading Policy and Distribution Grading Components Max Sum Grade 1 Class Participation (CP) 50 pts 895-1000 pts A 10 quizzes (Q1-Q12) 200 pts 795-894 pts B 3 Tests (T1, T2, T3) 450 pts 695-794 pts C 1 Written Project 100 pts. 595-694 pts D 1 Final (FIN) 200 pts 0-594 pts F Total Sum 1000 pts How will you submit your handwritten assignment (TITD, in-class, exams, etc)? • Download a free app like Adobe Scan, CamScanner, or Apple Note (Iphone) where you may take a picture of the document and it will automatically be saved as a pdf file. Then upload the pdf file. • Tablet Users: May write directly on the tablet, preferably with a stylus and upload the file (as pdf file). • Note that you must submit all your assignments as PDF file format to receive the credit. Attendance Policy We find ourselves in the midst of an event, likes of which has not been seen in generations. This means that we have to be prepared to do things differently. In order to be successful in this new medium, we must educate ourselves and learn new ways of doing old things. Daily class attendance is important for your success in this course. Attendance will be taken on a regular basis. Your attendance will count toward the CP component of your grade. • All students are required to show up on time and stay the entire class session on Zoom. Attendance is mandatory and is necessary to be successful. • Students missing class due to verifiable extenuating circumstances beyond the control of the student, (i.e. accident, illness, death in the immediate family, etc.) should inform the instructor prior to missing class meetings. Absence do not excuse a student from making up the work missed. Students should realize that absences may adversely affect their grades.

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