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Collin College 

Mathematics Department

FALL-2019 Syllabus

Professor’sName:Dr.CyrusMalek OfficeLoc:J-226   Phone:(972)881-5181

Professor’s Website: http://faculty.collin.edu/cmalek Campus: SPRING CREEK

Email: cmalek @collin.edu            Classroom: J-228 A     Mailbox Loc: J-131 

Course: Math2414            Sec: S06             CRN:  11863    

Course Title: Calculus II          

Class Meeting Times:M,W 10:00 - 12:50 pm

Office Hours: M,W   1:00pm - 4:00pm

Course Description:

Applications of integration, techniques of integration, infinite series, parametric equations, polar functions, and differential equations.

Textbook and Required Material:

Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th edition, by James Stewart, ©2011 Thomson-Brooks/Cole (Cengage Learning) .

Prerequisite(s): Math 2413             Co-requisite(s): NONE

Census Date: September 10, 2018   Withdrawal Date: October 19, 2018          Final Exam Date: Dec 11, 2018

Required Graphing Calculator:  Any Graphing calculator except one with CAS or TI-Nspire

College Syllabus Link: http://collin.edu.htm

Student Technical Support: Now provided 24/7 for students at (972) 377-1777 or sts@collin.edu .

College Repeat Policy: A student may repeat this course only once after receiving a grade, including “W”.

Course Delivery Method: Lecture, lab, and guided practice 

Credit Hrs: 3        Lecture Hrs: 3        Lab Hrs: 1

Supplies: Calculator and writing instrument

Course Requirements:

Completion of exams, homework assignments, labs and attending classes.

Student Learning Outcomes: (Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to do the following)

Upon completion of this course the students should be able to do the following:

  1. Use various integration techniques to find definite and indefinite integrals, both algebraically and
  2. Use definite integrals to find volumes, curve lengths, centers of mass, surfaces of revolution, work, and fluid
  3. Use differential and integral calculus with parametric equations and polar
  4. Evaluate improper integrals, and prove the divergence or convergence of infinite
  5. Use various power series such as Taylor, Maclaurin, or binomial to approximate

 6. Solve differential equations by separation of variables integrating factors or numerical techniques with applications

Method of Evaluation: (Grade will be determined by averaging the individual components using the scale shown below)

LAB

  15%

Using WebAssign

EXAM 1

20%

 

EXAM 2

20%

 

EXAM 3

20%

 

EXAM 4

20%

 

FINAL

25%

Dec 11, 2018  comprehensive

 

Grading Scale:     A = [90  100]     B = [80  90)      C = [70  80)     D = [60  70)     F = [0  59)

Project Description and Policy:

Attendance Policy:

Attendance is expected of all students. If a student is unable to attend, it is his/her responsibility to contact the instructor to obtain assignments. Please see page 1 of this syllabus and confer with the schedule of classes for the last day to withdraw.

Lab Policy:

Weekly labs are Assigned in WebAssign these problems are an extension of the homework assignments. No lab may be turned in late nor made up for credit; however, the lowest score will be dropped.

Quiz Policy:

 

Exam Policy: 

All exams 1-4 will be given in the classroom during normal lecture hours - observe the weekly schedule on the last page of this syllabus.

Make-up Policy:

No make-up exam will be given. A student may request a make-up test to be administered in the campus testing center for documented medical and/or family emergencies only. This makeup exam will be administered in the Spring Creek Campus Testing Center located in room J232.

Resource Material:

Any student enrolled in this class has access to the Math Lab located in J228, 972-881-5921. The Lab is staffed with faculty and tutors; in addition, it offers free tutorial help, graphing calculators, and computer assistance. Checkwith LRC for video recordings. Collin students may arrange for tutoring with the ACCESS office (G 200) - call 972-881-5898 for scheduling and availability.

 

Withdrawal Regulation:

Under section 51.907 of the Texas Education Code, students may not withdraw from more than six courses including any course a transfer student has withdrawn from at another Texas institute of higher education. For exemptions,visit   http://www.collin.edu/gettingstarted/register/withdrawal.html.Links to an external site. Please see your instructor before you withdraw and the current Collin Registration Guide for the last day to withdraw.

 

Course Withdrawal:

To withdraw from this class, you need to do the following:

  1. Attain a Drop/Add form from the office of Admission and Records, 972-881-5710,
  2. Turn in the completed Drop/Add form to the office of Admission and Records on or prior the withdrawal deadline,
  3. Make sure your course withdrawal satisfies the college withdrawal policy,
  4. You may receive an F if you do not finish this class and do not withdraw on or prior to the withdrawal deadline.

 

Religious Holy Days:

In accordance with section 51.911 of the Texas Education Code, the college will allow a student who is absent from class for the observance of a religious holy day to take an examination or complete an assignment scheduled forthat day within a reasonable time. Please refer to the current Collin Student Handbook.

 

Evaluation of Instructions:

Collin College seeks to improve the learning experience of all students. To assist in evaluating courses, students will be requested to complete an evaluation of instruction form near the end of the semester.

 

ADA Statement:

It is the policy of Collin County Community College to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are students with disabilities. This College will adhere to all applicable federal, state and local laws,regulations and guidelines with respect to providing reasonable accommodations as required to afford equal educational opportunity. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the ACCESS office, SCC-G200 or 972.881.5898(V/TTD: 972.881.5950) in a timely manner to arrange for appropriate accommodations.

 

Student Code of Conduct:

It is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct (Section 7-2.4, Other Offenses, item S) to engage in the use of media or telecom- munication devices during class, Collin College labs or other learning environments. This includessocial networking activities such as texting, talking on the phone, and Web browsing from laptops, smart phones, or any other relevant electronic devices.

 

Academic Ethics:

Every member of the Collin College community is expected to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. Collin College may initiate disciplinary proceedings against a student accused of scholastic dishonesty.Scholastic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, statements, acts, or omissions related to applications for enrollment or the award of a degree, and/or the submission of one’s own work material that is not one’s own. Scholasticdishonesty may involve, but is not limited to, one or more of the following acts: cheating, plagiarism, collusion, use of annotated texts or teacher’s editions, use of information about exams posted on the Internet or electronicmedium, and/or falsifying academic records. While specific examples are listed below, this is not an exhaustive list and scholastic dishonesty may encompass other conduct, including any conduct through electronic orcomputerized means.

 

Plagiarism is the use of an author’s words or ideas as if they were one’s own without giving credit to the source, including, but not limited to, failure to acknowledge a direct quotation.

 

Cheating is the willful giving or receiving of information in an unauthorized manner during an examination; collaborating with another student during an examination without authority; using, buying, selling, soliciting, stealing, orotherwise obtaining course assignments and/or examination questions in advance, copying computer or Internet files, using someone else’s work for assignments as if it were one’s own; or any other dishonest means ofattempting to fulfill the requirements of a course.

 

Collusion is intentionally or unintentionally aiding or attempting to aid another in an act of scholastic dishonesty, including but not limited to, failing to secure academic work; providing a paper or project to another student;providing an inappropriate level of assistance; communicating answers to a classmate about an examination or any other course assignment; removing tests or answer sheets from a test site, and allowing a classmate to copyanswers. See the Collin Student Handbook for additional information.

 

Disclaimer:

The instructor reserves the right to make changes to this syllabus during the semester in writing and during class hours.

 

 

Course Calendar for Math-2414.S06  (subject to change)

 

Week 1

8/27-9/2

 

Sec 6.1, Sec 6.2

Week 2

9/3-9/9

 

Sec 6.3, Sec 6.4

Sec6.5

Week 3

9/10-9/16

Sec 7.1, Sec 7.2

Sec 7.3

Week 4

9/17-9/23

Review for Exam #1, Exam #1  September 18

Week 5

9/24-9/30

Sec 7.4, Sec 7.5

Sec 7.6

Week 6

10/1-10/7

Sec 7.7, Sec 7.8

Week 7

10/8-10/14

Sec 8.1, Sec 8.2

Sec 8.3, Sec 8.4

Week 8

10/15-10/21

Review for exam #2, Exam #2  October 16

Week 9

10/22-10/28

Sec 9.1, Sec 9.2

Sec 9.3

Week 10

10/29-11/4

Sec 9.4, Sec 9.5

Week 11

11/5-11/11

Sec 10.1, Sec 10.2

Sec 10.3, Sec 10.4

Week 12

11/12-11/18

Review for Exam #3,   Exam #3  November 13

Week 13

11/19-11/25

Sec 11.1, Sec 11.2

Sec 11.3, Sec 11.4

Sec 11.5

Week 14

11/29-12/2

Sec 11.6, Sec 11.7

Sec 11.8, Sec 11.9

Sec 11.10

Week 15

12/3-12/9

Review for exam #4, Exam #4  December 4

Week  16

12/10-12/16

Final Exam  December 11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.Malek               Homework Assignments for Calculus II, MATH 2414 (subject to change)

 

 

Chapter 6

Sec 6.1                  1-31 eoo

Sec 6.2                  1-35 eoo

Sec 6.3                  1-25 ooo, 39, 41

Sec 6.4                  19, 21, 23

Sec 6.5                  1 -13 odd,

Chapter 7

Sec 7.1                  1-35 eoo, 47,49,51,53

Sec 7.2                  1-49 odd

Sec 7.3                  1-29 odd

---------------------------------------     Exam #1

Sec 7.4                  1-49 eoo

Sec 7.5                  1-79 eoo

Sec 7.7                  5-19 odd

Sec 7.8                  1-39 odd, 49-53 odd

Chapter 8

Sec 8.1                  1-17 odd

Sec 8.2                  1-15 odd

Sec 8.3                  3-13 odd, 25, 27

Chapter 10

Sec 10.1                1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 13, 21

Sec 10.2                5, 9, 11, 13, 17, 37, 41, 43, 57, 61

Sec 10.3                7, 9, 15, 17, 21, 23, 29, 31, 33, 55, 57

Sec 10.4                3, 5, 9, 13, 17, 25, 27, 29, 31, 37, 45

--------------------------------------      Exam # 2

Chapter 9

 Sec 9.1               1-9 odd

Sec 9.2                  1-13 odd

Sec 9.3                1-15 odd, 29, 31

Sec 9.4                1,3,5,7

Sec 9.5                1-19 odd

Chapter 11

Sec 11.1              1-53 (every other odd), 72, 73

Sec 11.2              5-13 (odd), 17-39 (odd), 43-47 (odd), 51,

Sec 11.3              3-29 (odd)

Sec 11 .4              3-25 (odd)

--------------------------------------------     Exam # 3 

Sec 11.5               3-19 odd

Sec 11.6               3-27 odd, 35

Sec 11.7               none

Sec 11.8                1-25 odd

Sec 11.9               1-27 odd

Sec 11.10             5-19 odd, 29-37 odd, 47,49,51,55,57,59,63,65,67

 

Exam #4

Final Exam          -

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