Applied Calculus II (MTH 132-01 Spring 2011)
|Section 1 MWF 11:00-11:50am (Bliss 305)|
Wiley Plus URL: Section 1:   http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/class/cls211742/
|Instructor: Li Wu||Office: Lippitt 101-B|
|Phone: 874-5595||Office Hour: MW 2:30-3:30pm|
Textbook: Hughes-Hallett, et. al. (4th) Applied Calculus with WileyPLUS.
A graphic calculator is required.
Sakai: We use Sakai through out the semester. I'll post (and email) syllabus, announcements, assignments, answersheets for quizzes and exams ... on Sakai. Make sure you register on Sakai!
WileyPLUS Online Homework System: We will be using WileyPLUS online homework system in this course. To sign up for the WileyPlus system, you will need a WileyPLUS registration code. If you took MTH 131, you should be able to use your old code to register for this course as well. If you took MTH 131 before we began using WileyPLUS, you may need to purchase a code, but DO NOT DO THIS until you have tried unsuccessfully tried to register for the section. If you are having trouble registering, make sure to see me as soon as possible so that you do not fall behind.
Exams : There are three in-class exams and one final exam. Bring your ID to each exam. Three exams are currently scheduled as
|Exam I:||Feb 25|
|Exam II:||March 30|
|Exam III:||April 22|
|Final Exam:||May 6th 11:30-2:30|
Grading Policy: (Total 600 points)
Three exams 300 points; Final exam 150 points; Class work (quizzes, homework, WileyPlus) 150 points.
Quizzes: You will be given a 10-point quiz on every Friday except those Fridays to review for exams. Quiz problems will be from homework problems and examples given in class with number changes. There will be NO makeup quizzes , and I'll drop the lowest 2 for you at the end of this semester.
Homework: Homework problems are listed below. You should do ALL of them if you want to do better in exams and quizzes. Although you are not required to hand in homework, you are welcome to bring questions to class, and if you want me to grade some of your homework problems, please hand them in. Even though there will be no credit for homework, I do encourage you to try those problems because doing homework is the the best way to digest what you learned in class!