MATH 31 (Section 1) - First Day
Calculus II - Summer 2012
The class webpage is a good source
for all class related information; in particular, homework
assignments will be posted on the class webpage weekly. Please
check it regularly.
Topics to be covered: Techniques and applications of
integration; introduction to differential equations; improper
integrals and indeterminate forms; infinite series and power
series representation of a function.
This is a one semester course designed to cover the
material in the text listed above. We will follow the text
closely, covering most of Chapters 6 - 8 of the book.
Mathematics 30 (Calculus I course) or placement.
Material to be covered:
The following chapters/sections of the textbook will be covered:
sections 6.1 - 6.4
sections 7.1 - 7.8
sections 8.1 - 8.8
Course structure and grading
The grade break-down will be as follows:
The grading scale used for this
class will be:
I reserve the right to introduce a curve (up or down) at the end of
the Summer Session depending on the class's overall performance.
- 95-100% = A, 90-94% = A-
- 85-89% = B+, 80-84% = B, 75-79% = B-
- 70-74% = C+, 65-69 % = C, 60-64% = C-
- 57-59% = D+, 52-56% = D, 50-51% = D-
- 0-49% = F
Please notice that
confidentiality reasons prevent me from providing you with
any information regarding your performance in this class
except for in person. Please DO NOT email or call with
any kind of grade inquiries.
The following are basic rules that all students should follow in
order not to disturb the class.
- Please make sure to turn off all you cellular phones,
pagers, and any other devices that make noise before entering
- Please do not come late or leave early; if on some occasion
it is necessary and cannot be avoided, please do it in a way
that does not disturb the class.
The use of calculators, or any other
electronic devices, as well as any books or notes, is
prohibited during all tests.
schedule and important dates
reserves the right to make changes to the class policies.
All printed handouts and web-materials are protected by
US Copyright Laws. No multiple copies can be made without
written permission by the instructor.