Passing grade in MAC 2311
(Calculus I) or an equivalent course within the
past three years.

Book &
Online
Collaboration Site

Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions,
6^{th} edition by Ron Larson & Bruce
Edwards
Also required in a TI - 83 or other
graphing calculator. (TI-89 and higher are not
allowed). We will be using Piazza
to share & collaborate on HWs, Midterms and
more.

Attendance

Regular and prompt attendance is
essential for optimal progress in the course.

General Education Outcomes

MAC 2312is
designed to help students acquire the
following General Education competency.

Analyzing and Reasoning Quantitatively: This competency includes but is not
limited to determining appropriate
mathematical and computational models and
methods in problem solving;
understanding mathematical, statistical, and
computational concepts; applying
mathematical and computational models and
methods in problem solving.

To do this
we will present the standard
techniques of Calculus II: integration, integration techniques,
and convergence and divergence of
infinite series. These techniques
will then be applied to solve a variety of
Calculus problems.The applications will include but are not
limited to mastering integration techniques, calculate
volumes of revolution, and
determining convergence properties of infinite
series.

Student
Responsibilities

Cheating will not be tolerated.
In order to keep the class running smoothly,
please refer all questions to myself. I encourage
class participation, so please feel free to speak
up when you have a question or do not understand.
PLEASE REFER TO THE ACADEMIC
INTEGRITY POLICY AT http://www.unf.edu/registrar/forms/misconduct_policy.pdf.

Grading

Your final grade will be based on
the following formula:

Homework & Quizzes

20%

2 Midterms (25% ea.)

50%

Final (Cumulative) ______________________ Total

30% ____ 100%

Your grade will be based on a
straight curve: A+ = 98-100, A = 93-98, A- =
90-93, B+ = 88-90, B = 83-88, B- = 80-83, C+ =
78-80, C = 70-78, D = 60-70, F = 0-60.

Homework will be assigned from the
textbook as stated in class and collected.
Homework is an integral portion of this class and
should be done as such.

Quizzes

Quizzes last 20 minutes and will
be given approximately every week as stated in
class.

Exams

Exams are based on the homework
problems and lectures. Your calculator is allowed
on the exams (TI-89's & higher are not
allowed). Otherwise, the exams are closed book,
closed notes, and open mind.

Exams dates are listed
below:

Midterm
1
– Wednesday,
September 27

Midterm
2
– Wednesday,
October 25

Final
(Cumulative)
- Wednesday,
December 6 (11:00-12:50 pm)

Last
Day to Drop is Friday, November 17

THERE ARE NO MAKE-UP
EXAMS SO PLEASE SCHEDULE ACCORDINGLY.

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