Tu/Th 11:15 AM – 12:05 PM, 109 Osmond (Section 2)
Instructor: Andrew Belmonte
Contact Information: 322 McAllister, 865-2491, belmonte at math dot psu dot edu
Office Hours: Mon 2:30-4; Tues 3-4; Wed 11-12; and by appointment
Textbook: James Stewart, Calculus, Fifth Edition, published by Thomson (Brooks/Cole).
Midterm: Wed March 5, 6:30--7:45 PM
Final: Wed May 7, 4:40--6:30 PM LOCATION: 110 Wartik
Extra Review Session for Final: run by Florin Dumitrescu - Tuesday May 6, 6:30-7:45pm, 110 Wartik
Homework: There will be homework assignments approximately every two weeks. The due date will be announced when the homework is assigned. NO late homework will be accepted. Each homework will be weighted equally, and the total will account for 40% of the 150 points allotted to "Graded HWs and Quizzes" in the syllabus.
Quizzes: There will be two kinds of in-class quizzes, which will be given throughout the semester. They will typically be announced one lecture in advance. Individual Quizzes will be given approximately every two weeks, and will be taken by yourself (as a normal quiz would). They will be given during class. A certain number of Collaborative Quizzes will also be given on alternating weeks, and will be done in groups of 2 or 3 (also during class). No calculators are allowed on any quizzes. No makeup quizzes will be given. Each quiz will be weighted equally, and the lowest quiz grade will be dropped. The total will account for 60% of the 150 points alloted to "Graded HWs and Quizzes" in the syllabus.
Assigned Homework (updated 4/15/08)
Exam Resource (updated 5/4/08)
Quiz Resource (updated 4/28/08)
Completed example from Lecture on 2/28/08 (M. Higley)
Academic Integrity: All Penn State policies regarding ethics and honorable behavior apply to this course. Dishonest behavior includes (but is not limited to ) plagiarizing, giving or receiving information during an exam, alternating a graded exam and then claiming it was improperly marked, and facilitating dishonest acts by others.
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