MTH 2310-444 Course Information Sheet

Instructor: Ben-Azzouz, Moez Office: 3-120 Phone Number: 512-5056 Email: moez.ben-azzouz@sinclair.edu

Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30-5:30pm, or by appointment Department: Mathematics Course and Section: MAT2310–444, meets in room 9-211, TR 5:30-7:55pm. Semester: Summer 2013 Number of Credit Hours: 4 Prerequisites: a C or better in MAT203 or equivalent course. Description: Ordinary differential equations of first and second order including power series solutions, the Laplace transform, numerical approximation methods, and applications. Objectives: The course will increase the mathematical maturity of the student. It will develop in the student the techniques, skills, and theories necessary to solve the types of differential equations most commonly met in science and engineering. It is very important that you take your math courses consecutively; increased lag time between math courses is one of the major impediments to success. Text: A FIRST COURSE IN DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH MODELING APPLICAITONS, 10th Edition Dennis Zill Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning

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TI-84. Your homework must meet the “Homework Grading Criteria” otherwise it will not qualify for a grade. just as you would on a test. Calculator Policy: A scientific calculator is required. PDAs. M. Using such devices in class is disruptive and compromises the learning environment for everyone. Arriving late to class or leaving early is disruptive and will not be tolerated unless discussed ahead of time with the instructor. Grading Scale: The grading scale to be used on quizzes and exams is as follows: A: 90-100 B: 80-89 C: 70-79 D: 60-69 F: <60 Grading: Four exams: 15% each Average of quizzes/homework: 20% Final Exam: 20% Attendance Policy: Students are expected to show up to class on time and leave only when permitted by the instructor. TI-85 (or TI-86) is allowed. your score on these problems. The exam should be made-up within a week of the scheduled date. Quizzes or homework will not be accepted if the student violates the attendance policy. 30 % for the third. including texting. the students are required to answer the questions and show all work in order to qualify for full credit. Ben-Azzouz 2 . Make-up: The student should have proper proof and a justified excuse if willing to make up exams. 20 % for the second. PDAs. A graphing calculator such as a TI83. The lowest quiz and homework grades will be dropped at the end of the semester. Under no circumstances are cell phones to be used during class. Homework and Quizzes Policy: No late homework will be accepted. Write out the solutions showing all work.MTH 2310-444 Course Information Sheet Quizzes: Do all of the assigned problems. Cell/Smart Phones. and no make-ups allowed after that. Exams: Four chapter exams and a comprehensive final are to be given. the grade will incur a penalty of 10 % for the first justified make-up. and Pagers: Cell/smart phones. Keep in mind that make-up exams are usually more difficult than the in-class exams. No make-up is allowed for the final exam. Your adherence to this policy is highly appreciated. It is very important that you do the homework faithfully and carefully since you will have a turn in homework or have quiz every class. I may choose to collect these problems instead of giving a quiz. and pagers are to be turned off during class or at least put in silent mode.

Please refer to the Sinclair Community College Student Conduct Code by which all students are expected to abide. 2013 . Friday. 2013 – Last day to withdraw with a “W” record. 2013 – Independence Day Holiday—No classes. Academic Dishonesty Cheating. Grade penalty that will be issued to you should you be found guilty of academic dishonesty will be an “F” in the course. July 26. 2013 – Summer Term Begins Monday. preparing for class by reading material in advance. The lab provides tutorial computer programs and tutorial video tapes organized by chapter and section of the textbook. July 4. The hours are as follows: Monday – Thursday: Friday: Saturday 8:00AM – 8:00PM 8:00AM – 4:00PM 9:00AM – 3:00PM M. This includes completing all homework assignments. May 20. May 28. Important Dates: Monday.Last day to drop with a refund and without record Thursday. Finals Week—August 5-9 SPECIAL NOTE: Students are responsible for informing the instructor of any instructional accommodations and/or special learning needs at the beginning of the semester. MATH LAB The Math Lab is a valuable resource for students who need help or who simply wish to enhance their learning. 2013 – Memorial Day Holiday—No classes. as well as. May 27. The Math Lab is located in Room 1-315 and the phone number is: (937) 512-2286. plagiarism and any other form of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Tuesday. Ben-Azzouz 3 .Student Preparation Students are expected to be prepared for class.

Ben-Azzouz 4 .HOMEWORK GRADING CRITERIA DOCUMENTATION  Hand in all problems listed in the assignment  Indicate the number of each exercise  Write out the problem (except for word problems).  Draw a box around your final answer.  Attach pages with a staple  Write neatly  Section number and page number for the assignment should be listed at the top of each page. M.  Use Graph paper for all graphs (You can find it on my.Sinclair). COMPLETENESS  Show all work pertinent to the solution of the problem  Do “scratch” work on scratch paper  Use proper notation  Always simplify your answers NEATNESS  Use a pencil  Use standard size (8½ X 11) paper – remove any fringe.  Use complete sentences and correct spelling  All application (word) problems are to be answered with a sentence. ACCOUNTABILITY  Your work must justify your answer  Check answers to odd-number problems GRAPHS  Draw axes with a ruler  Indicate the scale used  Label the axes “x” and “y”  Label at least 2 points for a line and 3 points for a curve.

4.2.1-7.3. 7. 2.1.1.6) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Class30 (8/06) Review* for Final Exam (8/08) Final Exam (Comprehensive) M.4 Class4 (5/30) Sections covered: 2. 7.1. 2.3. 5.1-4.6.2) Class17 (7/18) Sections covered: 7.5.1-1.2 Class2 (5/23) Sections covered: 1. 3.3.1 Class19 (7/25) Sections covered: 7.6 (7. 5. 7.6 is covered if time permits.1.1.1.1 Class20 (7/30) Sections covered: 7.5.1.2-2.3 Independence Day Holiday – July 4—No classes. Class14 (7/09) Sections covered: 5.6.1. 7. 6. 5.) Class21 (8/01) Test#4 (7.1. 6.1.3.4.1.1. 2. 5.1-1.3.2. 4.3.2 Class9 (6/18) Sections covered: 4.3.1.1.5.6.2 Class16 (7/16) Test#3 (4.2.2 Class3 (5/28) Sections covered: 2. 5. 2.3.1 Class18 (7/23) Sections covered: 7.2.1.4. 7. 3. Ben-Azzouz 5 . 9.6 Class7 (6/11) Sections covered: 9.1. 2.2. 4.2.MAT 2310-444 SYLLABUS (tentative) Class1 (5/21) Sections covered: 1.4.3. 5. 9.2.1.2 Class10 (6/20) Sections covered: 4.1-1 Class12 (6/27) Sections covered: 4. 7.1) Class6 (6/06) Sections covered: 2.5. 1. 9.2.1.4.6 Class13 (7/02) Sections covered: 4.3.1.1 Class5 (6/04) Test#1 (1.2. 4.1 Class15 (7/11) Sections covered: 6. 6. 6. 2. 4.1 Class11 (6/25) Test#2 (2.3.2 Class8 (6/13) Sections covered: 4.

18 Test Three (4. 16. 13. 31. 25. 10.1-2. 10. 19 4. 18. 29. 31.3. 10.1-3. 39 6. 5. 14.1-4. 16. 49. 22. 13. 33.4: 5. 8. 33.5.2: 1. 12. 6. 13. 21 2.3: 9. 24.2: 3. 17. 45 2.2: 5. 26. 9. 4. 31 Test One (1.1-1. 30.1: 3. 37 3. 30.2: 1. 29. 5. 24. 59. 34 4.1-1) 4. 35 1. 32. 31. 12. and 5. 22. 37 7. 23. 26. 7.1: 1. 31. 54 7. 21.2: 2. and 3. 25.4. 11. 32 6. 22. 3 2.2.5.1: 2. 20. 57. Ben-Azzouz 6 . 27. 14. 5. 13. 18. 38. 15. 5. 59.2: 9.6. 5. 30.1) 7. 41. 7. 35. 25 5. 4. 39 2. 8. 13.5: 5.1: 5. 45.1: 5. 37 2. 20. 9. 14 Test Two (2.4: 7. 3. 9.1-7. 22. 17. 12. 34. 4.3: 2. 18. 54.1: 6.6) Final Exam (Comprehensive) M. 15. 46 5.3: 6. 17. 19.6: 1.2-2. 41. 9. 30. 36. 25. 35 7. 29. 17.1: 1.5: 6. 29.1-1.6: 2. 25. 13. 16.6.6: 5. 3. 21. 47. 18. 2. 7 9.3: 5. 25. 34. 22. 37. 7 4.1. 13. 6. 2. 17. 23.1) 2.1: 17. 67 7. 23. 10. and 6. 26. 45. 9.3. 22. 24. 34. 38. 21. 14 9. 28.1: 5. 25. 37. 17. 64. 22. 39. 69 4. 13. 5. 10. 14 Test Four (7. 37 1. 8. 21.GRADED HOMEWORK 1.

1: 17. 5. 18. 30. 6. 15. 21. 23. 5. 19. 5. 53 7. 47 7.3: 1. 9. 13. 8. 25. 17. 33. 15. 59. and 5. 17. 13. 33.1-1.1: 1-37 odd 1. 21. 63. 5.1. 29. 7. 17. it is recommended that students try to do as many problems as possible from each section covered. 5.6. 25. 29 Test One (1. 37. 45. 21. 9.2: 3. 31. 21. 9. 37 6. 9. 33.4. 9. 9.3: 1.5. 33.2: all odds Test Three (4. 24. 5. 1. 71 4. 31. 13. 5.5.2: 1-31 odd 1. 41. 9. 12.2-2. 25.1-3.1-7. 38. 39.1-2. 23. 11.4: 3.6) Final Exam (Comprehensive) M. 5.1) 2. 31 2. 5. 31. 35. 5. 29. 50.1. 25. 6. 29.5: 1. 16 2. 13.2: 1-27 odd. 15. 13. 13 9. 9. 9. 3. 12. 35. 13. 37. 29. 19. 25.5: 3. 21. 33 2.1: 1. 53. 9. 25. 5.6. 29. 18. and 3. 63. 35.2) 7.6: 3. 5. 21. 13. 17. 27.1: 1-7 odd.3: 1. 47. 3 9. 29. 13. 25 5. Ben-Azzouz 7 . 14. 67 7. 57. 51. 17. 39. 30 3. 5. 33. 44 7.1: 1.1-1.6: 1-15 Test Four (7.1: 1. 13. 21. 27. 2.1: all odds 6.1-1) 4. 9 Test Two (2.3: 1. 31. 67. 37.6: 1. 49. 9. 24. 15. 21. 21. 4.2: 1. 17 4. 15.1: 1.2. 25. 27. 43. 49.1: 1. 51 5.2: 1. 61. 3 2. 23. 21. 25. 9. 9. 7. 40 4. 9. 5. 44 2.1-4. 43.RECOMMENDED HOMEWORK In addition to the graded homework. and 6. 41. 55. 11 4. 17. 11. 4. 27. 21. 6. 19. 37.3. 7. 55. 27.4: 3. 29. 36.3. 2. 45. 45. 59. 15.

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