MATH 118 – Calculus II, Spring 2011 General course information

Getting Back to Work Welcome back to calculus. We urge you to work hard this term. MATH 118 will pick up where MATH 116 (or 117) left off and will discuss integration, differential equations, and the concept of infinite summations as well polar equations. Prerequisites Prerequisite for the course is a grade of at least 50% in MATH 116, or equivalent standing. Students who obtained between 50% and 60% in Math 116 may find the course more challenging since, as they progress through the subject material, they will simultaneously be honing the math skills developed in Calculus I. Textbook

D. Trim. Calculus for Engineers, 4th edition (Prentice-Hall. 2008)

UW-ACE The MATH 118 site on UW-ACE will provide ongoing information about our course, such as the weekly labs and solutions , course announcements, exam information and other useful items. Also students should check their email box regularly since the Ace webpage may be used by your instructor to communicate supplementary information about course. (If you use other email systems such as gmail or hotmail please be sure to have your university email system forward your emails to that address.) Weekly labs Weekly labs are handed out, completed by the students and handed in to the grad ta during the weekly 2 hour lab. These are then returned (marked) at the following lab.  Calculators are allowed in labs as are consultations with other students and the lab instructor (but students are expected to write out their own solutions).  Identical copies will be reported to the Dean as a plagiarized lab. When in doubt please consult with your instructor or lab grad TA.) .  Solutions are posted weekly on the Ace course website. Marks This is how your final mark will be calculated:    Assignments 10% Midterm Exam 25% Final Exam 65%

your tutorial grad TA’s during the labs or at their office hours. Room 1132. Also. About a missed assignment or exam. Technological devices and exams The exams will be prepared so that no messy computation arises.Tutorial help Many of you will need help with the assignment problems from time to time. Math 118 students in the WEEF lab: Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:30. etc. use of all external communication devices. located in Needles Hall. please register with the OPD at the beginning of each academic term. and so calculators will not be permitted. textbooks.eng. collaborates with all academic departments to arrange appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities without compromising the academic integrity of the curriculum. make an honest effort to solve each question on your own. If a student is ill or has a valid reason for missing for not handing in assignment or missing an exam he or she should contact the First year engineering office immediately to explain the situation. Explanations which come in a few days later may not be well received. This help can come from TA’s in the WEEF Lab. However students may use calculators and computers to verify their answers during labs and doing assigned exercises. More detailed information on www. If you require academic accommodations to lessen the impact of your disability. www. In particular students are encouraged to learn how to use Matlab or Maple software to verify answers. You will be informed on the content and the midterm exam room for your section in due course.uwaterloo. Note for students with disabilities The Office for Persons with Disabilities (OPD). It has information about timetables. such as mobile phones. The First Year engineering website. promotion rules. tutors that can be found evenings in Mackenzie King Village residence tutorial center and also from your fellow students.eng. . instructor office hours.uwaterloo. Midterm exam The midterm exam for MATH 118 is scheduled for the Monday June 13th. is strictly prohibited during exams. There are also Math 118 tutors available evenings and weekends in the Residence. barring an or by contacting the First year office. Before seeking help.

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