# MA 166 -- Calculus II

### SYLLABUS

### Office: KT 290, tel*.* 481-6382, *e-mail*: dragnevp@ipfw.edu

### Office Hours: TWRF - noon-1:00 p.m.; and WF 10:00-11:00 a.m.

### Book: James Steward -- *Calculus: Concepts and Contexts, 2*^{nd}
ed.

### Course Description: I shall cover chapters 5, 6, and 8, part
of 7, as well as Appendixes H, and I (a departmental handout on complex
numbers). The main content of the course is devoted to *techniques of
integration, applications of integration, infinite sequences and series, polar
coordinates, complex numbers, and conic sections. *The objective of the
course is to master these topics and concepts, as well as improve problem solving
skills and critical thinking.

### Grading: There will be four tests (100 pts each), nine quizzes and four
projects (10 pts each), and a comprehensive final. Weakly homework will be
collected. The semester grade will be formed from the 10 best quizzes and projects
- 15%, homework - 10%, three best tests - 25% each. The grade for the course is
based on 75% of the semester grade and 25% of the Final exam according to the
scale:

### A 90 -100; B 80-89; C 70-79;
D 60-69; F below 59.

### No make up tests or quizzes
will be given (unless proper excuse is provided).

### Homework: Homework will be collected and graded
weakly. It is the instructor's experience that keeping up with the homework is
an __essential part__ of the preparation for the course. The problems
on the tests and the quizzes will be similar to the homework.