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1 Instructor: Kris Kissel Phone: (253) Ext Office: SMT 331 Office Hours: Daily 11:00-11:50 a.m. and by appointment Class Meeting Time: Daily 9:00-9:50 a.m. Class Meeting Place: IVC 109 Item Number: 5911 Textbook: Calculus Concepts and Contexts, 3 rd Edition, by James Stewart (REQUIRED) Class Web Site: Exams: Friday, February 1 (Exam #1) Friday, February 29 (Exam #2) Wednesday, March 19 (Final Exam) Prerequisite: Math 104 or 106 with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or appropriate placement, or instructor's permission. Calculator: A graphing calculator is required for this course. No class on: January 21 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day campus closed) February 8 (Faculty In-Service Day campus closed) February 18 (Presidents Day campus closed) March 17 (Study Day day classes do not meet)

6 UNDERSTANDING DECIMAL GRADES According to the Green River Community College catalog (p. 37), you can use the following chart to interpret your decimal grade as a letter grade: A to 4.0 B to 3.4 C to 2.4 D to 1.4 F to 0.9 ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES The following GRCC Assessment Outcomes are applicable in this course: Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning: Student evaluates and interprets information and data. Student recognizes which processes or methods are appropriate for solving a given problem, and correctly implements those processes. Student demonstrates the ability to estimate a solution to a presented problem. Student translates data into formats such as graphs, tables, formulas, and sentences. Critical Thinking: Student provides reasons for the conclusions they reach and assess the relevance and adequacy of those reasons. Student connects past learning with current topics. Students will demonstrate the ability to: LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Find limits involving polynomial and trigonometric functions; 2) Define continuous functions, recognize points of discontinuity of functions, and describe the behavior of functions in the neighborhood of their discontinuities; 3) Define the derivative of a function, find the derivative of appropriate functions using the definition, and understand the derivative as a rate of change; 4) Use differentials to approximate values of functions; 5) Find the derivatives of exponential, logarithmic, & trigonometric functions; 6) Know and apply the various rules and techniques of differentiation such as the power, product, quotient, and chain rules; 7) Identify and apply the impact of derivative(s) on the graphs of functions; 8) Find derivatives using implicit differentiation; 9) Apply derivatives to find extrema of functions and solve optimization problems; 10) Solve related rates problems; 11) Use Newton s method to approximate roots of equations; 12) Apply differentiation to various physics problems; 13) Familiarity with theorems from differential calculus.

8 S t u d e n t A t t r i b u t e s Success in college depends on a student s ability to respond to the challenges presented by new problems and new ideas. In addition to the process and content standards that follow, the attributes described below are crucial to success in college-level courses, both in mathematics and in other disciplines. Attributes Evidence of Achievement Demonstrates intellectual enagement Perceives mathematics as a way of understanding a view that mathematics must make sense, and is not a sequence of algorithms to be memorized and applied. Actively explores new ideas, posing questions about their meaning, significance, and implications. Recognizes patterns as well as deviations from previously learned patterns in data, diagrams, symbols, and words. Appreciates that abstraction and generalization are important sources of the power of mathematics. Is willing to take risks and be challenged as part of the learning process. Contributes to and benefits from group problem-solving activities. Takes responsibility for own learning Attends nearly every class session and when absent, seeks ways to learn the material covered in class. Conscientiously prepares work assigned for class. Examines and learns from his or her errors and seeks help when needed. Takes advantage of available resources class time, notes, textbook, assignments, tutoring services, supplemental materials. Sets aside the time necessary to be successful. Perseveres when faced with time-consuming or complex tasks Is willing to work on problems that require time and thought, particularly problems that cannot be solved by mimicking a previously seen example. Successfully completes tasks that require organizing and implementing multiple steps, concepts, or techniques. Recognizes when an approach is unproductive and makes logical modifications to that approach or switches to another approach. Is convinced that effort is an important component of success in mathematics. Pays attention to detail Correctly follows all parts of oral and written directions without needing additional reminders. Makes few notational errors, e.g., accidentally changing digits, dropping or altering algebra symbols, incorrectly positioning points on a grid, etc.

Instructor: Kris Kissel Email: kkissel@greenriver.edu Phone: (253) 833-9111 Ext. 4506 Office: SMT 331 Office Hours: MTWHF 8:00-8:50 a.m., or by appointment Class Meeting Time: Class Meeting Place: Textbook:

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