MAT  271  CALCULUS  II
FALL 97

INSTRUCTOR:   Dr. Sergei K. Suslov    Office:            PSA 643
                              Phone #:  965-8987    Office Hours: MWF 10:40 - 11:40 am
                                                                                           TTh   1:00 2:00 pm
                                                                                           or by  appointment
                              email:  suslov@math.la.asu.edu 

*Important Note: All items on this syllabus are subject to change.
Any in-class announcement, verbal or written, is considered official addendum to this syllabus.

PREREQUISITES: MAT 270 (Calculus I) or its equivalent with a grade of  C or better.

TEXTBOOK: Calculus, by Hughes-Hallet, Gleason, et al.

GRADING:   25%:    Homework & Projects, and Computer Labs (200 pts)
                       50%:    Four in-class tests (400 pts)
                       25%:    Final Exam    (200 pts)

GRADING SCALE:  A = 90 to 100%   B = 80 to 89%  C = 70 to 79%
                                    D = 60 to 69%     F = 0 to 59%

CALCULATORS:  A graphing calculator is recommended (TI-82, TI-83, and Casio 9800.)
You may use the TI-92 or laptop computers on your tests.  Some tests may require technology but others, including the final exam, will be technology-free.

SOFTWARE:We will have an introduction to MAPLE, a commercial computer algebra system. (You are not free to copy it.  A student version is available for purchase at the university bookstore.)  MAPLE can also be accessed from both Macs and Pcs at any of the campus computing sites.

MASTERY TESTS: There will be mastery tests on techniques of  differentiation and integration. These are pass/fail tests; you must pass with a minimum score of 80% to pass this course. You will be given a specific list of techniques covered by the tests, and will be allowed two tries to pass it. These exams will be taken the Testing Center, PSA 21

COURSE POLICIES:   Students are responsible for assigned material whether or not it is
covered in class. Students are responsible for material covered in class whether or not it is in the text. Working regularly on assigned problems and attending class are essential to survival.
Homework will be collected on Thursdays at the beginning of the class. No late HW will be accepted. Homework problems are listed below (but possible changes will be announced in class). 3 to 5 of them (chosen by me) will be corrected.  Make-up exams are at the discretion of the instructor. In any case, no make-up exam will be given unless the student has notified the instructor before the test is given. Message may be left in my office, at the main office (965-3951) or through email. You must make every reasonable effort to notify me before the exam is given and document your reason for missing the exam.

IMPORTANT DATES:
Unrestricted Withdrawal Deadline:  September 19
Restricted Course Withdrawal Deadline: October 31
Restricted Complete Withdrawal Deadline: December 4
 

HOMEWORK PROBLEMS:

7.1:          8,11,22,24,28,37,50,56
7.2:          2,8,12,15,20,22,25,28,29,34,36,45
7.3:          3,4,6,28,32
7.4:          4,7,8,10,12,17,18,22,24,28,36,40,43,50
7.5:          6,11,12,16,25,30,32,33,36,44,47,64
7.6:          1,2,8,10,15,20
7.7:          4,6,10,13,14,16,17
7.8:          2,4,13,16,18,23,30
7.9:          2,3,6,10,14,16,22,25
7.10:        6,8,13,14,15
8.1:          1,2,4,6,8,10,11
8.2:          5,6,10,12,14,15,18,21
8.3:          1,2,4,10,14,17
8.4:          8,10
8.5:          2,4,6,9,10
8.6:          7
9.1:          1,4,5,8
9.2:          1,4,8
9.3:          2,4,5,10
9.4:          4,5,8,12,16,18,20
9.5:          1,2,3,7,10,11,12,16,18,20
9.6:          1,3,5,6,8,10,11,12,13,16
9.7:          2,3,5,18
10.1:        2,5,12,14,19,24,28,29,32
10.2:        7,10,12,14,20,22,30
10.3:        2,3,9,12
10.4:        1,2,3,5,6,7,13,15,16,18,19,23
10.5:        1,2,3,6,7,9,10
10.6:        1,3,5,6.7.9.15
App. C&D: 1-16 even & 1-26 even
 

SCHEDULE:

Aug       25 - 29                    Welcome, 7.1, 7.2
Sept      1 - 5                        7.3 - 7.5
             8 - 12                      Partial fractions (handout), 7.6, 7.7
            15 - 19                     7.8 - 7.10, Review
            22 - 26                     Test 1,  8.1, 8.2
            29 - 3                       8.2, 8.3, 8.4
Oct      6 -  10                      8.5, 8.6,
           13 - 17                      Review,Test 2, 9.1
           20 - 24                      9.2, 9.3
           27 - 31                      9.4, 9.5
Nov    3 - 7                          9.6, 9.7, Review
          10 - 14                       Test 3, 10.1, 10.2
          17 - 21                       10.3, 10.4, 10.5
          24 - 28                       Ratio Test (handout), 10.6, Review,Test 4
Dec    1 - 5                           Polar coordinates and complex numbers (Appendices C and D)
          8  - 12                        Review for Final
Dec  13,  Saturday                Final exam, 7:40 - 9:30 AM, in a room to be announced.
 

IMPORTANT INFO:

COMPUTER LABS:

Our first computer lab was on Friday, Sept. 19,  room ECA 225.
The second computer lab was on Friday, Oct. 3,  room ECA 225.
The third computer lab was on Friday, Oct. 10,  room ECA 225.
The forth computer lab will be on Friday, Oct. 31,  room ECA 225.

MASTERY TESTS:

Mastery test 2 (technique of integration):
The first try must be taken WED SEP 24 through FRI  SEP 26.
The second try may be taken WED OCT 1 through FRI  OCT 3.
The third try will be given WED OCT 8 though FRI  OCT 10.
This exam will be taken theTesting Center, PSA 21
You must pass with a minimum score of  80%.
The Mastery Test Review is posted
on the calculus web site (in the application section) .
(http://calculus.la.asu.edu)
 
IN-CLASS TESTS:

Test 1 was on Thursday, September 25. Sections 7.1-7.9 were on the test.
Review for the test was on Monday, Sept. 22 & Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Hope you where there! This test does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Homework #2 was collected right after the test.

Test 2 was on Thursday, Octoder 16. Sections 7.10-8.3 were on the test.
Review for the test was on Wednesday, Oct. 15.
This test does not require a calculator, but you can use one if you wish.
Homework will be collected right after the test.
 
Test 3 will be on Wednesday, November 5. Sections 9.1-9.7 are on the test.
Review for the test will be on  Monday, Nov. 3.
Be there! This test does require a calculator!
Homework will be collected right after the test.