Math 202 Syllabus Spring 2014 Calculus for Business and Economics (Subject to Change) (Updated 8/18/2014)

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1 Math 202 Syllabus Spring 2014 Calculus for Business and Economics (Subject to Change) (Updated 8/18/2014) Section 01 MWF 9:10 10:00am Fine Arts Center 5062 Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Class Website: TA: TA TA Office Hours: Mark Lesperance *please me using this address and do not me via Angel Neill 400B Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:30am 12:30pm or by appointment in case of time conflict (please ) Angel, login using Zzusis login information Use this site to check for class announcements, class notes & grades To be announced To be announced To be announced Held in the Math Learning Center, Cleveland 130 Class Information: 3 credits [QUAN] Quantitative Reasoning UCORE, [N] Mathematics GER Prerequisites MATH 106 with a C or better, MATH 107 with a C or better, MATH 201 with a C or better, or ALEKS math placement score of 65%. Credit not normally granted for more than one of MATH 140, 171, 202, 206. Required Material Textbook College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences. Author: Barnett. 12 th Edition. ISBN: Publisher: Pearson Text is available for purchase in The Bookie or at Crimson and Gray. MyMathLab subscription Homework will be assigned and completed via MyMathLab. See the handouts posted on Angel to guide you through signing up for MyMathLab. If you have a subscription from Math 201, it will still be valid for this semester, however, you will still have to enroll for this course. Be sure to sign up as soon as you can, Homework 1 will be due during week 2. Absences Attendance is not required, but is strongly suggested. Please do not me asking what you missed during lecture. An approximate schedule and daily class notes will be uploaded to Angel so that you can keep up to date on class in case you miss it. Note that actual lectures may vary from the notes uploaded online.

2 Grades I recommend keeping all assignments, quizzes, exams, and other graded work. These will help you keep accurate records of your grades in the case of a mistake. All homework, quiz, and exam scores will be posted on Angel periodically. Note that posting the grades on Angel is solely so you are aware of what is recorded in the grade book and may not reflect your actual grade in the course. If a mistake in recording your grade has been made, please bring me the physical assignment with the score that has been earned, and I will fix the score in the grade book. Do not ask me to calculate your grade. You should be able to do this based off the information given in this syllabus and the grades that have been returned to you. Students with Disabilities Reasonable accommodations are available for students with a documented disability. If you have a disability and need accommodations to fully participate in this class, please either visit or call the Access Center (Washington Building 217; ) to schedule an appointment with an Access Advisor. All accommodations MUST be approved through the Access Center. For more information contact a Disability Specialist: or visit Please make sure to share this information and paperwork with me as soon as you can, do not wait until the day of the exam to sort this out. WSU Safety Measures Washington State University is committed to enhancing the safety of the students, faculty, staff, and visitors. It is highly recommended that you review the Campus Safety Plan ( and visit the Office of Emergency Management web site ( for a comprehensive listing of university policies, procedures, statistics, and information related to campus safety, emergency management, and the health and welfare of the campus community. WSU Academic Integrity Academic integrity is the cornerstone of the university. You assume full responsibility for the content and integrity of the academic work you submit. You may collaborate with classmates on assignments, with the instructor's permission. However the guiding principle of academic integrity shall be that your submitted work, examinations, reports, and projects must be your own work. Any student who violates the University's standard of conduct relating to academic integrity will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct and may fail the assignment or the course, depending on the situation of the violation. You can learn more about Academic Integrity on your campus using the URL listed in the Academic Regulations section or to integrity policiesand resources. Please use these resources to ensure that you don t inadvertently violate WSU's standard of conduct.

3 Study Assistance My office hours are for you to come seek help, ask questions about concepts or policies, and get help with exams. These are hours that I have dedicated to be in my office to help students. You may make an appointment via , however I highly encourage walk in s as well! Study groups with others in class are encouraged (remember academic integrity includes doing your own work and not copying from others). Read and use your book. You may hire a private tutor for a fee (a list of tutors can be found in the Math Department Office, Neill 103) or seek help from a free tutor in the Math Learning Center. Math Learning Center Successful students make use of available resources; so don't struggle when help is just a few steps away! We want you to succeed, we're here for you, and we have FREE tutoring available in the Math Learning Center, located in Cleveland 130, and the computing lab in Thompson Hall Room 1. Tutoring begins August 25 th with the following hours: Cleveland 130: 4 9pm Sunday, 10am 9pm Monday Thursday, 10am 5pm Friday Thompson 1: 4 9pm Sunday, 12pm 9pm Monday Thursday For more information please go to: This is an ideal place for you to go and work on homework, study for exams, and seek help from free tutors. Please bring your Cougar Card with you. The key to learning is repetition. The key to learning is repetition. Exams There will be two exams and one comprehensive final examination. Exam Date Time Location Exam 1 Wednesday, September 24 6pm 7:15pm TBA Exam 2 Wednesday, November 5 6pm 7:15pm TBA Final Exam Tuesday, December 16 7pm 9pm TBA Note these dates immediately on your calendars. Regular Exams are worth 100 points each and the comprehensive final exam is worth 200 points. According to university policy, no early final exams may be given. Calculators will not be allowed for use on any exams. You must show all work on exams for full credit. NO WORK, NO CREDIT, NO EXCEPTIONS. Make up exams will be given, please notify instructor as soon as possible prior to the day of the scheduled exam if a make up exam is needed. Quizzes There will be approximately 12 quizzes throughout the semester. The highest 10 quiz scores will count towards your final grade. A missed quiz is a zero. No calculators or notes allowed for use during quizzes, unless otherwise stated by the instructor. Each quiz is worth 15 points. Quizzes are not scheduled; they will be given during any one of the three class periods each week. However, there will be no quiz during the week of an exam.

4 Homework There will be approximately 14 homework assignments throughout the semester. These assignments are due by 11:59pm on the assigned due date or will be considered late. The highest 12 homework scores will count towards your final grade. A missed homework assignment is a zero. The assignments will be done via MyMathLab. Assignment lengths will vary. Each assignment is worth 15 points. 9 points will be given for assignment completion and 6 points will be given for graded problems (approximately 2 per assignment). See the Homework Late Policy section for details on late assignments. Category W Assignment There will be a writing assignment in this course. The writing prompt will be given on Monday, September 29 th and the assignment will be due on Friday, November 21 st. This assignment is worth 70 points. A scoring rubric will be presented at the same time the writing prompt is given. Homework Late Policy You may submit MyMathLab homework late. There is a 10% penalty per day for the problems that you complete after the scheduled due date. Quiz and Exam Absence Quizzes cannot be made up unless you have an excused absence approved prior to the assigned quiz. You are responsible for letting me know in advance if you will miss an exam. If you have an excused absence, we will arrange a make up exam. An excused absence includes: work or military related absences, university related absences, religious holidays, family emergencies, hospital medical emergencies, and other absences I deem excusable in advance. Class Conduct Respect each other and treat others how you want to be treated. Please silence your cell phones and all other electronics and refrain from using these items during class. It s only a 50 minute class, the text can wait. Do not disrupt the class, students are here to learn and cannot do so if others are being disruptive. If I feel you are disrupting the class or are disrespectful of anyone, I reserve the right to ask you to leave class for the day. Success in class requires reading the textbook, listening and asking questions in lectures, and doing all assigned work. Only you choose whether or not to succeed by doing these things. Correspondence When ing me, please include Math topic in the subject line. Include whichever section you are in and the topic should be descriptive of whatever it is you are ing me about. For example, if you are in section 2 and ing to ask a question about homework #1, the subject line could read Math HW 1. Please practice complete sentences and proper punctuation in the body of the .

5 Grading Assignment Amount Point Value Total Exams points 200 points Quizzes points 150 points Final Exam points 200 points Homework points 180 points Category W Assignment 1 70 points 70 points Overall total 800 points possible Grading Scale % A % B % C % D % A % B % C % F % B % C % D+ Incomplete Grades University policy states that Incompletes may only be awarded if the student is unable to complete their work on time due to circumstances beyond their control. Schedule Our schedule includes the following topics: Chapter 10 Limits and the Derivative Introduces the concept of a limit, the formal definition of a derivative, initial derivative rules and application. Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Additional Derivative Topics Furthers the use of derivatives Graphing and Optimization Brings graphing of a problem to our set of tools. Integration Introduces the concept of area as the sum of a set of rectangles places between a curve, vertical lines and the x axis. This area is tied to the reversal of a derivative, to limits and is referred to as the result of integration. Additional Integration Topics Refines and expands the discussion of integration. Multivariable Calculus This chapter gives a brief introduction to Calculus and rate of change when more than two variables are involved.

6 Goals and Assessment Quantitative Reasoning goals addressed: Goals Means of Assessment Explain information presented in Homework, Quizzes, Exams mathematical forms. Convert relevant information into various Homework, Quizzes, Exams mathematical forms. Understand and apply quantitative Application problems in Homework, principles and methods in the solution of Quizzes, and Exams problems. Make judgments and draw appropriate conclusions based on the quantitative analysis of data, while recognizing the limits of this analysis. Identify and evaluate important assumptions in estimation, modeling, and data analysis. Express quantitative evidence in support of the argument or purpose of work (in terms of what evidence is used and how it is formatted, presented, and contextualized). Category W Assignment, Exams, Quizzes Category W Assignment, Exams, Quizzes, Homework Quizzes, Exams Critical and Creative Thinking goals addressed: Goals Means of Assessment Define, analyze, and solve problems. Homework, Quizzes, and Exams Assess the accuracy and validity of findings Category W Assignment, Exams and conclusions Combine and synthesize existing ideas, Category W Assignment, Exams images, or expertise in original ways. Think, react, and work in an imaginative way Homework, Category W Assignment, characterized by a high degree of innovation, Quizzes, and Exams divergent thinking, and risk taking. Information Literacy goals addressed: Goals Determine the extent and type of information needed. Use information to accomplish a specific purpose. Access and use information ethically and legally. Means of Assessment Category W Assignment, Exams, Quizzes, Homework Homework, Category W Assignment, Quizzes, and Exams Homework, Category W Assignment, Quizzes, and Exams should be completed ethically and legally (abide by WSU Academic Integrity Policy)

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