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Math 19, Section Z1: Fundamentals of Calculus ISummer 2013 Syllabus and Course InformationClass Meetings:
TWR 9:00-11:30 AM, 223 Votey
Instructor:
Sam Schiavone
Website:
Email:
Office:
106 Lord House (basement), 16 Colchester Ave
Office Hours:
TWR 11:30 - 12:30 and by appointment
Course Materials:
Calculus with Applications 
by Lial, Greenwell, and Ritchey, 10th Edition. You can buy a hardcopy of the textbook (ISBN-10: 0321760026), which comes packaged with MyMathLab andthe e-text, or just MyMathLab and the e-text (ISBN-10: 032119991X). Each student musthave his or her own access code for MyMathLab for homework. (
required
)
A scientific or graphing calculator (
recommended
)
Check the course MyMathLab page frequently for announcements and assignments!
, Course ID: schiavone87732
Prerequisites:
Math 9, 10, or sufficiently strong background in secondary school algebra andgeometry.
Course Description
:
Fundamentals of Calculus
is the first course in a two-course sequenceintended for students in business or the social sciences. Students majoring in mathematics orengineering should take the Math 21-22-121 sequence. In Math 19 we will investigate the un-derlying concepts of differential calculus including trigonometry, covering Chapters 1–6 and 13 of the textbook. This will include an understanding of functions, limits, continuity, rates of change,derivatives, and applications of derivatives. The material is presented via mathematical modelingof real world situations. We emphasize understanding these new concepts graphically, numerically,verbally, and algebraically. Upon the successful completion of the course a student will understandrates of change, have stronger quantitative reasoning skills, will have enhanced his or her problemsolving techniques, and will be prepared to take Math 20.
Grading
: Your grade in this course will be based on homework assignments, quizzes, midtermexams, and a final exam as follows:
Homework (15%): After each class I will post a homework assignment on MyMathLab. Theseassignments are due one week after the date they are posted.
Quizzes (20%): There will be about 4 in-class quizzes. I will drop the lowest quiz score.
Midterm Exams (40%): There will be two midterm exams which will each be worth 20% of your final grade.
Final Exam (25%): There will be a cumulative final exam given in class on Thursday, June27th.

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