Fall 2017 Math 131 Syllabus Mathematical Concepts Calculus


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1 Fall 2017 Math 131 Syllabus Mathematical Concepts Calculus Name Ata Firat Pir Office Blocker 640A Phone Number Math Department: Office Hours Wed., and Th. 2:004:00pm *Note: No office hours on exam days. Course Web Page Help Sessions Week in Reviews INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION CLASS TIME : MWF 11:30am12:20pm HELD 105 CATALOG DESCRIPTION Mathematical Concepts Calculus. Limits and continuity; rates of change, slope; differentiation: the derivative, maxima and minima; integration: the definite and indefinite integral techniques; curve fitting. No credit will be given for more than one of MATH 131, MATH 142, MATH 147, MATH 151 and MATH 171. Prerequisites: High school algebra I and II and geometry. LEARNING OUTCOMES This course is focused on quantitative literacy in mathematics found in the natural and social sciences and everyday life. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Logically formulate mathematical variables and equations to quantitatively create mathematical models representing problems in everyday life. Recognize and construct graphs of basic functions, including polynomials, exponentials, logarithms, and trigonometric functions and use them to model reallife situations. Identify patterns in numeric data to calculate limits and derivatives of functions numerically. Compute limits of functions numerically, graphically, and algebraically. Justify whether a function is continuous or not using the mathematical definition of continuity. Compute derivatives using the limit definition of the derivative. Understand the derivative as a rate of change in order to quantitatively apply it to everyday life. For example, recognize that derivatives can be used to find the velocity and acceleration of an object given its position function. Compute derivatives of polynomials, rational, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic Apply the product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule to take derivatives of compositions of Compute the linear approximation of a function and use it in applications of approximation and error estimation. Investigate the relationship between a function and its first and second derivatives, and use the information obtained from its derivatives to identify pertinent information about the function. Find the local and absolute extrema of functions, including optimization applications such as minimizing the cost of fencing in a particular area of land. Compute antiderivatives and understand the concept of integration as it relates to area. Apply the definite integral to quantitatively determine solutions to problems in everyday life including areas between curves, average value of a function, and total distance traveled. Recognize and appreciate the derivative (rate of change) and the definite integral (accumulation of change) and utilize the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus as the bridge between the two. Apply the substitution method to compute integrals.
2 CORE CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES Critical Thinking (to include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information): The following critical thinking skills will be assessed on various assignments which may include homework, quizzes, and/or exams: Students will analyze a function and justify whether or not it is continuous using the definition of continuity. Students will use inquiry to determine the best method for taking derivatives of complicated Students will identify and categorize information about a function in order to construct a graph of its derivative. Students will apply calculus to find innovative ways to graph complicated functions without the aid of technology. Students will analyze and synthesize data and think creatively to develop mathematical models for optimization purposes. Students will examine how the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus connects differential and integral calculus. Communication (to include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication): The following communication skills will be assessed on various assignments which may include homework, quizzes, and/or exams, as well as during lecture: Students will symbolically relay mathematical information and concepts by creating variables and writing equations. Students will recognize, construct, and interpret graphs of basic Students will write mathematical information symbolically to describe the behavior of Students will justify results that use mathematical definitions such as the definition of continuity. Students will explain verbally in class the connection between derivatives, rates of change, and slopes of tangent lines. Students will explain (both in writing and verbally) mathematical solutions to problems. Empirical and Quantitative Skills (to include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions): The following empirical and quantitative skills will be assessed on various assignments which may include homework, quizzes, and/or exams: Students will evaluate limits numerically and use the information to draw conclusions about the behavior of a function. Students will calculate a derivative numerically and explain the result in the context of the problem. Students will manipulate empirical data to develop a mathematical model to use in an optimization problem and then apply calculus to find and interpret the optimal solution. Students will apply the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to quantitatively compute the accumulated change of a quantity. TEXTBOOK Single Variable Calculus: Concepts & Contexts, 4 th edition, by Stewart (2010) Note: You will be required to purchase access to the online homework system, WebAssign. This access comes provided with the purchase of a new textbook at local bookstores. Or, you may purchase access to both the online homework and electronic copy of the textbook online after logging into WebAssign (starting the first day of classes). For more information, click on Student Information Page on the following webpage: CALCULATOR POLICY A TI83, TI83PLUS, TI84, TI84PLUS, or TINspire NonCAS (with an 84 faceplate) is REQUIRED. These are the only types of calculators that you are allowed to use on exams. You must bring your calculator to every class period. NOTE: It is considered a violation of the Aggie Honor Code to have any programs, notes, etc. in your calculator that have not been approved by your instructor.
3 COURSE WEB PAGE My course web page will be a source of communication to you aside from class, office hours, and . There, you will find a course calendar, a link to the online homework (WebAssign), as well as links to the Math 131 Help Session and Week in Review schedules. EXAMS There will be three regular inclass exams. You must bring your student ID and approved calculator to each exam. Calculators will be checked before or during each exam. If there are any programs, notes, or formulas on your calculator which I did not give you, the occurrence will be considered scholastic dishonesty. The tentative exam schedule is as follows: Exam 1: Friday, September 22, 2017 Exam 2: Friday, October 20, 2017 Exam 3: Monday, November 20, 2017 FINAL EXAM The final exam will be comprehensive, and it is mandatory for ALL students. The final exam schedule is as follows: Section Class Time Final Exam Date and Time MWF 11:30am12:20pm Wed., Dec. 13, 10:30am12:30pm If it will benefit you, your final exam grade will replace your lowest individual exam grade. Please note that this benefit will only occur if you took all exams. COMPUTER HOMEWORK Graded homework assignments will be completed online using your WebAssign computer account. Additional information regarding online homework: Go to to access your online homework (as well as tutorials for how to use WebAssign). You have a practice version and a homework version for each assignment. There are 20 attempts for each question in the practice version, and you have 3 attempts for each question in the homework version (you can submit the answer(s) to each question individually). The practice versions are NOT counted toward your grade. After submitting an answer in the practice version, you will see the correct answer. It is very important that you work the practice version at least once so you will see the format you need to use for your answers in WebAssign. You should use Mozilla Firefox and have the most updated versions of Java and Flash on the computer you are using to alleviate technical problems. If you have technical issues with WebAssign, please fill out the Student Help Request Form found at I will not give an extension due to technical difficulties, so be sure to start your homework well in advance so that you have time to resolve any technical issues. QUIZZES Quizzes will be given regularly throughout the semester. They may or may not be announced, so it is imperative that you keep up with your coursework. At the end of the semester two of your lowest quiz scores will be dropped before the quiz average is calculated. GRADING POLICIES A (90100%), B (8089%), C (7079%), D (6069%), F (059%) Activity Approximate Dates Percentage Exam I Fri., Sept % Exam II Fri., Oct % Exam III Mon., Nov % Computer Homework Weekly 10% Quizzes Regularly 10% Final Exam Wed., Dec. 13, 13pm 23% TOTAL 100%
4 Note: At the end of this semester, you will receive the grade you earned in the course according to the distribution above (no exceptions). ATTENDANCE AND MAKEUP POLICIES I STRONGLY suggest that you attend every lecture. Falling behind in this course can be very detrimental to your grade. No makeups will be given without written evidence of an official University excused absence (see University Student Rules). In addition, you must notify me NO LATER than the end of the second working day after the missed assignment:... the student must notify his or her instructor in writing (acknowledged message is acceptable) prior to the date of absence if such notification is feasible. In cases where advance notification is not feasible (e.g. accident or emergency) the student must provide notification by the end of the second working day after the absence. This notification should include an explanation of why notice could not be sent prior to the class. (Section 7.3 of the University Student Rules) ***If no such notice is given, the rights to a makeup are forfeited. Specifically, in the case of injury or illness, students are required to obtain a confirmation note from a health care professional affirming date and time of a medical office visit regarding the injury or illness. I will NOT accept the Explanatory Statement for Absence from Class form as sufficient written documentation of an excused absence. For more information regarding excused absences, refer to Student Rule 7 of the University Student Rules at MAKEUP EXAMS If you have a written, University approved excused absence for missing an exam, you will be expected to makeup your exam through the Math Department at the next possible makeup exam time. For the next possible makeup exam time and location, see If you do not complete your makeup exam on the next available makeup day, you must have a University approved excused absence (in writing) for ALL the possible makeup days you do not attend, in addition to the regular exam day you missed (see Student Rule 7 of the University Student Rules). LATE WORK Late work (for which you do not have a University approved excused absence) will NOT be accepted. ADDITIONAL PRACTICE & SOURCES OF HELP Suggested Homework: A list of suggested homework problems will be posted on the course web page. These problems will not be collected for a grade, but it is IMPERATIVE that you do the assigned problems on the suggested homework problems list to prepare for the exams. Week in Review: The Math 131 Week in Review is a weekly review held by an instructor in the math department and covers the material taught in class the previous week. The direct link to this semester s Week in Review web page can be found on our course web page. There, you will find the times, locations, and problems to print for each review. The solutions to each Week in Review will be posted by the following day. Note: There is no Week in Review the week after an exam. Help Sessions: The times and locations for Math 131 Help Sessions will be announced by the second week of classes and can be found on our course web page. The help sessions have dropin hours where you can get help with your suggested homework, online homework, class notes, or other problems. These help sessions are an excellent source of help, especially if you are unable to attend my office hours. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal antidiscrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact Disability Services, currently located in the Disability Services building at
5 the Student Services at White Creek complex on west campus or call For additional information, visit ACADEMIC INTEGRITY An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal, or tolerate those who do. Upon accepting admission to Texas A&M University, a student immediately assumes a commitment to uphold the Honor Code, to accept responsibility for learning, and to follow the philosophy and rules of the Honor System. Students will be required to state their commitment on examinations, research papers, and other academic work. Ignorance of the rules does not exclude any member of the TAMU community from the requirements or the processes of the Honor System. For additional information, please visit COPYRIGHT POLICY All printed materials distributed in class or on the web are protected by copyright laws. One Xerox copy (or download from the web) is allowed for personal use. Multiple copies or sale of any of these materials is strictly prohibited. TENTATIVE WEEKLY SCHEDULE WEEK TOPICS SECTIONS 8/289/1 Functions, Models, Transformations of Functions 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 9/49/8 Exponential Functions, Inverses and Logarithmic 1.5, 1.6, 2.1 Functions, Approximating Slopes of Tangent Lines 9/119/15 Introduction to Limits, Calculating Limits (excluding 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 Squeeze Theorem), Continuity (excluding the Intermediate Value Theorem) 9/189/22 Limits Involving Infinity, Review, Exam I 2.5 9/259/29 Derivatives and Rates of Change, Limit Definition of 2.6, 2.7, 2.8 Derivatives, Slope Graphs and Antiderivatives 10/210/6 Derivatives of Polynomials and Exponential Functions, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 Product and Quotient Rules, Derivatives of Trig Functions 10/910/13 Chain Rule (excluding tangents to parametric curves and 3.4, 3.7, 3.8 proving the chain rule), Derivatives of Log Functions (excluding logarithmic differentiation), Applications in Natural and Social Sciences 10/1610/20 Linear Approximations and Differentials, Review, Exam II /2310/27 Local and Absolute Extrema, Curve Sketching, 4.2, 4.3, 4.6 Optimization (excluding trig optimization) 10/3011/3 Antiderivatives (excluding inverse trig functions), 4.8, 5.1, 5.2 Approximating Area, The Definite Integral (excluding evaluating an integral by computing the limit of a Riemann sum) 11/611/10 Evaluating Definite Integrals, Fundamental Theorem of 5.3, 5.4 Calculus 11/1311/17 Substitution, Review /2011/24 Exam III 11/2712/1 Area Between Curves (excluding parametric curves), Average Value of Functions, Applications to Biology 6.1, 6.5, 6.7, 7.1* (blood flow and cardiac output), Introduction to Differential Equations 12/412/8 Review for Final Exam, Final Exams (covering all previous sections as well as Sections 6.1, 6.5, 6.7, and 7.1*) 12/1112/15 Final Exams (covering all previous sections as well as Sections 6.1, 6.5, 6.7, and 7.1*) *As time permits
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