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Statistics 1102 - Calculus for

Business
FALL 2012
INSTRUCTOR
Pallavi Chitturi
Office Hours: Mon, Wed 2:00 3:30
Phone: 215-204-5070
Office: Speakman 341
Email: chitturi@temple.edu
TEACHING ASSISTANT
Sabrina Sagesse
Office Hours: Tues, Thurs 12:00 2:00
Office: TBA
Email: tuc12235@temple.edu
TEXT
Calculus and its Applications, Marvin L. Bittinger 10th Edition (Pearson Publishing)
PREREQUISITES
Students MUST have completed and earned a grade of C-or better in Stat 1001 or
Mathematics 1022; OR a C grade in Mathematics 1011 plus a passing grade on the
Statistics 1001 challenge exam; OR a sufficient score on the Math Placement exam to
waive Statistics 1001 (C011).
COURSE OBJECTIVES
This course provides an introduction to differential and integral calculus. Topics include
functions and graphs, differentiation of polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, and rational

functions. Higher order derivatives with applications, maximum and minimum, breakeven analysis and market equilibrium are covered. Integration, antiderivative and the
definite integral with applications to marginal analysis, and other problems in business
and economics.

CALCULATOR
TI-83, TI-86, Casio fx-9850GA+ or GB+, or similar graphing utility is required
GRADING
Homework
10%
Class Activities
5%
Midterm Exams (2) 25% (each)
Final Exam
35%
Your lowest homework grade and lowest class activity grade will be dropped.

BLACKBOARD & TUMAIL


Your instructor will be distributing information via Blackboard, and it is your
responsibility to make certain you can access your TUMAIL. The use of BlackBoard and
TUMAIL is required of all students for this course.
Last day to withdraw from the course: Tuesday, October 23
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
If you have, or believe you have, a disability that requires accommodations, please
contact the Student Disability Office immediately to discuss your situation. They will
verify your needs, and when warranted, provide faculty with relevant information.
Contact Disability Resources and Services at 215-204-1280 in 100 Ritter Annex.
IMPORTANT DATES
Last day to drop a course:
Last day to withdraw from a course:
Thanksgiving No Classes:
Weekday classes end:

Monday, September 10
Tuesday, October 23
Thursday, Nov 22 - Sunday, Nov 25
Wednesday, December 5

CLASSROOM POLICY
1) Casual talking during class is not permitted, as it is a sign of disrespect
toward and the professor and other students. Students who engage in

conversation will receive only one warning. If talking persists, the students
grades will be lowered by ONE GRADE LEVEL and he/she will be referred
to the Deans office for further disciplinary action.
2) If you are late to class you must take a seat at the back of the room. Do not
come to the front of the room once the lecture has started.
3) All cell phones and laptops must be turned off in the classroom.
4) Missed exams & quizzes receive a grade of Zero unless you formally
document a medical emergency within 24 hours. Missing the Final Exam will
result in an automatic grade of F for the course.