MATH 157, Section 2. Calculus II. SPRING 2020

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Instructor: Sankar Sitaraman

Text: Calculus by James Stewart, 8th edition
Class will meet 9.10 to 10am MWRF ASB-B 213 (near my office and math office)

OFFICE HOURS Office: 219, ASB-B (behind Locke). Hours: MW 2-3pm, Th F 12 to 1 pm. But you are welcome to come at other times also but please call 806-6832 or e-mail ssitaraman "(insert @ here)" (NOTE: not bison.howard) beforehand, if possible.

 Click here to get the latest UPDATE including homework problems, chapters covered in class, solutions for tests etc.,

Tentative schedule of daily topics (SYLLABUS)
Will try to keep up with schedule as much as possible.
We will be covering different techniques of integration such as integration by parts, numerical integration and also applications of integration to finding length, area and volume. In the latter half of the course we will talk about various types of series and their properties. Finally we will study some topics in analytic geometry including polar co-ordinates and conic sections.



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You can get into the online homework website Webassign using the class key:   howard 7396 9166
QUICK START INSTRUCTION to see how to get started. Look under "SELF-ENROLMENT" OPTION
You will need an access code that came with the ebook or in the textbook at the time of purchase.

TUTORIAL LAB everyday 9am-6pm in ASB-B room 109

WARNING: Using smartphone while studying or doing math is injurious to your math performance.
Please refrain from using smartphone in class.
Smartphone use is STRICTLY PROHIBITED during tests.
Anyone using a smartphone during a test is subject to an F grade, report to authorities or worse.

Quizzes, Tests, and grading

In this course we will try to do many examples and problems. Example problems will be worked out in every class. You will be expected to work on them during class and do other recommended problems at home, by yourself or with your study group. 3 points will be given for completing the problems given in class and they must be handed to me by the end of class. No make-ups or late submissions for these problems but if you attend and complete problems for more than 100 points (or 34 classes), whatever you get in excess will be extra credit. The maximum you can get for classwork (including the extra credit) is 150.

There are also practice assignments on webassign. It is highly recommended that you form a study group and meet with students in your study group atleast once a week.

There will be 4 tests each for 100 points and the best 3 will count towards final grade.
There will also be extra credit problems assigned in class and it is your responsibility to attend class to find out what they are. I may or may not post them on update page. No make-ups unless in a serious emergency

Writing only answers in test, will fetch only small amount of credit. Please always explain your work and present solutions step by step. This will also help you to get partial credit even if answer is wrong.

Total: 600 points (Classwork: 100, Tests: 300, Final: 200 )
A: 540-600
B: 480-539
C: 420-479
D: 360-419
F: Below 360

Academic Code of Student Conduct (please see Howard University handbook):
No copying, unauthorized use of calculators, books, or other materials, or changing of answers or other academic dishonesty will be tolerated. Cheating will not be tolerated. Anyone caught cheating will receive an F for the course and may be expelled from the university.

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