MA 166 -- Calculus II
KT 290, tel. 481-6382, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: TR – 1:30-3:00 p.m. and 5:00-6:00 p.m.
James Steward – Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals
Description: I shall cover chapters 6-9 and 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
There will be four tests (100 pts each), ten quizzes, and a
comprehensive final. Weekly homework will be collected. The semester grade will
be formed from quizzes - 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
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.
Disabilities Statement: If you have a disability and need assistance,
special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs. Contact the
Director of Services for Students with Disabilities (Walb
113, telephone number 481-6658), as soon as possible to work out the details.
Once the Director has provided you with a letter attesting to your needs for
modification, bring the letter to me. For more information, please visit the
web site for SSD at http://www.ipfw.edu/ssd .