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Winter 2014

MATH-D001C-11 Monday through Friday: 12:30pm-1:20pm in E32 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Iaroslav Kryliouk OFFICE: S76C PHONE (408)-864-8865 E-MAIL:krylioukiaroslav@fhda.edu OFFICE HOURS: Daily, 9:30am-10:30am in S76C. Tutorial Center: S43 Course Description: Infinite series, lines and surfaces in three dimensions, vectors in two and three dimensions, parametric equations of curves. Derivatives and integrals of vector functions. Student Learning Outcomes for the course: Outcome 1: Graphically, analytically, numerically and verbally analyze infinite sequences and series from the perspective of convergence, using correct notation and mathematical precision. Outcome 2: Apply infinite sequences and series in approximating functions. Outcome 3: Synthesize and apply vectors, polar coordinate system and parametric representations in solving problems in analytical geometry, including motion in space. Text: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 7th Ed. or 7th Ed. CA custom, Stewart, Cengage 2011. Prerequisites: MATH-1B with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Reading your textbook will be essential. The exercise sets are written with the intent to forcing the student to approach problems graphically and numerically, as well as the traditional symbolic (algebraic) approach. There is such variety in the exercise sets, that a few lecture examples often cant illustrate every type of question in the homework. This make the reading a crucial part of the students day-to-day work. The De Anza College catalog advises students to do at least 2 hours of work outside the classroom for each hour spent in class. Technology: Students must have a graphing calculator. The instructor will use a Texas Instruments TI-84 plus in lectures. Consequently, the TI-84 plus (or TI-84, TI-83+, TI-83) is recommended for the students, but any graphing calculator that has a table feature is acceptable. (The old TI-81 and TI-85 models do not have a table feature!). Any calculators that can do symbolic mathematics such as TI-89 or HP-49 are not allowed on exams and quizzes. Quizzes: There will be 3 in-class quizzes. Tests: There will be four tests worth 100 points each. Unless otherwise indicated, the graphics calculator will be required for tests. Material from any lecture, homework assignment, or quiz may appear on test day.

The tentative schedule (subject to revision) of tests and the material covered is the following: Test 1: Jan 21, sec. 10.1-10.4, 10.6 Test 2: Feb 7, sec. 11.1-11.7 Test 3: Feb 24, sec. 11.8-11.11 Test 4: Mar 20, sec. 12.1-12.6, 13.1-13.4 Makeup Tests: There are no make up tests, under any circumstances. If a test is missed, the percentage on the final exam will replace the score of the missing exam. If a second exam is missed, the grade will be a zero. The lowest score of 4 regular tests will be replaced by a percentage on the final exam, provided the latter is higher. Final Exam: There will be a mandatory comprehensive two-hour final exam worth 200 points, and this exam must be taken during the scheduled exam time on Tuesday, March 25, 11:30am-1:30 pm in E32. Homework: WEBASSIGN: http://www.webassign.net Online homework system: REQUIRED in this class

You are required to do homework and turn in it by the due dates using Webassign. Homework will be graded in Webassign.

Projects: From time to time you may have mini-projects. Points earned for mini-projects will apply to your total grade. These are bonus points! Attendance: Attendance will be taken at each session. You are expected to attend all classes on time. If you miss two class meetings, you may be dropped from the class. However this is your responsibility to drop the course officially if you decide not to attend any longer. The students are responsible for any material covered and any announcements made in their absence. Final Grade: Your final grade will be determined based on the following: Grading Scale: Quizzes+HW (90+60) Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Final Exam Total Points

150 pts 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 200 pts X=750 pts

X>=723 (96.5%)=A+ X>=697 (93%)=A X>=671 (89.5%)=AX>=645 (86%)=B+ X>=618 (82.5%)=B X>=592 (79.0%)=B-

Missing one of the major tests is made up through added weight on the comprehensive final exam. Missing additional tests results in a score of zero. *** NO OTHER MAKE-UPS WILL BE GIVEN*** A grade of I (incomplete) will be given at the instructors discretion, if: i) A student has successfully completed at least 75% of the course work, and ii) has shown acceptable evidence which justifies his/her incomplete work. Important Dates: Monday, Jan 6-Winter quarter classes begin Saturday, Jan 11-Last day to drop for a refund for out-of-state or foreign students Saturday, Jan 18-Last day to add/drop for a refund or credit for residents Monday, Jan 20-Last day to drop a class with no record of grade (Drop date is enforced) Monday, Jan 20-Observance of Martin Luther Kings Birthday Tuesday, Jan 21-Test 1 (Sec. 10.1-10.4, 10.6) Friday, Jan 31-Last day to request P/NP grade Friday, Feb 7-Test 2 (Sec. 11.1-11.7) Friday, Feb 14-Observance of Abraham Lincolns Birthday Monday, Feb 17-Observance of George Washingtons Birthday Monday, Feb 24-Test 3 (Sec. 11.8-11.11) Friday, Feb 28-Last day to drop with a W (withdraw date is enforced) Thursday, March 20-Test 4 (Sec. 12.1-12.6, 13.1-13.4) Monday, Mar 24- Last day of classes Tuesday, March 25 -Final exam 11:30am-1:30pm, in E32 *** (N.B.: It is the students responsibility to complete the withdrawal process. Student who stop attending class are NOT automatically dropped. A student who stops attending class and does not complete the withdrawal process receives the grade of F) Academic Misconduct: Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. If a student is found cheating on an exam, plagiarizing on writing assignments, or violating other codes of academic integrity, he or she will receive a failing grade for the course and may be reported to the college for an appropriate action. See section on Academic integrity in your current schedule of classes catalog. If you are student with a disability: For information or questions about eligibility, support services or accommodations to disability (physical or learning disability) see contacts below: Disability Support Service (DSS): Student Services Building (408) 864-8753;TTY 408) 864-8753 Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC): Learning Center West 110; (408) 864-8839 Special Education Division: 864-8407; www.deanza.edu/specialed

MATH-1C

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8 Sec. 10.2 9 Sec. 10.2 10 Quiz 1 (10.1,10.2) Jan 11, Last day to drop for a refund for out-ofstate or foreign students 17 Review for Test 1 Saturday, Jan 18, Last day to add Last day to drop for a refund Monday, Jan 20, Last day to drop with no record 24 Sec. 11.3

14 Sec. 10.4

15 Sec. 10.4

16 Sec. 10.6

JAN 20 Observance of M-L Kings Birthday JAN 27 Sec. 11.3 FEB 3 Sec. 11.7 FEB 10 Sec. 11.8 FEB 17 Observance of George Washingtons Birthday FEB 24 Test 3 (11.811.11) MAR 3 Sec. 12.5 MAR 10 Sec. 13.1 MAR 17 Sec. 13.4 MAR 24 Review for FE

23 Sec. 11.2

31

Last day to request Pass/No Pass grade

Sec. 11.6 7 Test 2 (11.1-11.7) 14 Observance of Abraham Lincolns Birthday 21 Review for Test 3

25 Sec. 12.1 4 Sec. 12.6 11 Sec. 13.2 18 Sec. 13.4 25 Final Exam 11:30-1:30pm

27 Sec. 12.3

28 Last day to withdraw with a W Sec. 12.4 6 7 Quiz 3 (12.1- Sec. 13.1 12.6) 13 14 Sec. 13.3 Sec. 13.3 20 Test 4 (Ch 12 and Ch 13) 27 21 Review for FE 28

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