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1 Disclaimer 1: Syllabus Math Calculus Mr. Eitel The lecture notes and examples for some of the course are posted on line. The Homework for some of the course is also posted online. It is required that you bring this homework to class each day as I use it as part of the lecture. There may be typos that need to be corrected. This may cause a distraction for some students. If you feel it is not in your best interests to work in this manner please drop the course and take a course that uses a regular textbook as its sole focus. Disclaimer 2: All information in the syllabus is subject to change if the instructor finds it necessary. Any changes will be verbally announced during a class session. Absent students are still responsible for any changes. Instructor Info: Web Site Address:: I read and answer my form noon on Monday to noon on Thursday. Please do not expect an immediate answer to your s sent on late Thursdays to Sunday. No response can be expected on vacation days or holidays. I will respond to but it may take up to 48 hours depending on my workload. Please include your name, the course name and the term in the subject line. Example: John Doe Math 100 Fall 2015 No will be responded to unless this format is used. Get to know the names, address and and phone number of several fellow students in the class. If you are absent it is your responsibility to contact a fellow student to find out what you missed. PLEASE DO NOT E- MAIL me to ask what was covered in class. Voice mail: I do not use voice mail. Send me an . Office Hours: Office: FL1-137 Given out in class after the first week of instruction. Some office hours are held in in my classroom and some may be held in my office located at FL The hours and locations of my office hours are posted to the right of my office door. Office hours are not designed for repeating a lecture or helping you make up a missed lecture. They should be used to ask for assistance on specific homework problems or questions from the text and notes. You must be prepared by bringing your notes and the work you have attempted on a problem so that we can see where you were going wrong and correct the error. If you do not have these material I will not assist you until you have made the required efforts. Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 1 of 10

2 Required Materials: The preprinted Homework for the section we will work on each day are required and must be brought to class every day. A pencil or pen is also required and must be brought to class every day. Textbook: Optional Text: Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions by Larson any edition. The Math 401Calculus section will use the 4th edition sold in the FLC bookstore. With the Homework material posted online some students some may decide to complete the course without purchasing the test book. The decision to purchase the text is up to you based on how you feel about the online material. Required Prerequisite: The prerequisite is a minimum C grade in Math 379 or an FLC assessment test showing placement into the course. The equivalent Pre Calculus course at ARC, CRC or SCC will also be accepted. The enrollment software will require proof that you meet the prerequisite before you enroll. If you have any questions for me be sure to check with a councilor before the enrollment date. Adding the Course: In general every seat is taken and a wait list is in place at the start of the semester. There is a low probability of being able to add this class. First and Second Class Meetings: I will take roll at the start of class each day. Absent or late students may be dropped. If I have seats open determined by the the cap number I will add students in the order of the wait list by assigning them a permission number. Be sure to use that number to add and pay for the course that day. Late payment will result in being dropped. All adds will be completed by the start of the second class meeting. Audits: District policy states that students are not allowed to sit in a class unless they are enrolled. During the first day of the semester you may attend while you are waiting to see if you are added. After the start of the second class meeting you are not allowed to attend class waiting to see if further drops occur later in the course. The Course: This course explores the basic concepts of analytic geometry, limits of functions, derivatives, and integrals. Topics covered will include finding the limits of functions by graphing and indeterminate forms of algebraic expressions. Graphing, derivatives, and integrals involving algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and inverse trigonometric functions will also be covered. Many applications will be covered, including those involving rectilinear motion, differentials, related rates, graphing, optimization, and finding areas of bounded regions. A complete course description can be found in the FLC College Handbook. It is highly recommended that you see a counselor as part of your college planning. Learning Outcomes and Objectives Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 2 of 10

3 Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: calculate limits and derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions using a variety of techniques. graph algebraic and transcendental functions using information from limits and derivatives. solve applied problems (including related rates and optimization problems) using derivatives. apply the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and appropriate substitution techniques to evaluate integrals. prove calculus theorems related to limits and derivatives. Parts of the course is intended to increase your mental ability to graph function and perform basic operations on functions. For these parts of the course no calculators or tables are allowed. Grading: Letter grades will be calculated based on the percentage of the total points: A 90% - 100% B 80% - 89% C 70% - 79% D 60% - 69% F below 60% Points Possible: Homework Tests Final Exam The following is an approximate list of the points available during the semester. 10 points possible for each unit. HW may be collected each class meeting, so keep up. 100 points possible for each of the 4 tests. A review quiz over chapter 1 worth 40 points may be given. The last exam acts as the final exam final exam. No Make Up is allowed for the final exam. Attendance: Attendance is vital to your success in this class. I understand that many events can occur that demand your attention and may cause you to miss a class. Both state law and district policy require your attendance. Failure to attend class, late arrivals, leaving class during class time or early departures may result in your being dropped from the class or given a grade of F. You may be dropped or given an F for excessive absences. Excessive absence is defined by the district as 6% or more of the total scheduled class meetings. For 2 days a week sections that is 2 absences. For 3 days a week sections that is 3 absences. If you have personal issues that you know will require excessive absence it would be best to withdraw from the course before they become an issue. Please do not ask me to disregard district policy for you. I try to treat each student in the same manner and giving you an exception would discriminate against those that do follow the policy. I base the start time for my class on the clock in the classroom and the clock on the podium. Please set you cell phone or other clocks you refer to based on that source. I expect that you will be in your seats with your book open ready to work at the start time listed for the course. If you do not meet that requirement you are tardy. Arriving late / leaving and returning during class/or leaving class early will be counted as 1/2 an absence for each occurrence. If you need to use the restroom do so before the start of class. If you have important cell phone business take care of it before class. If you arrive late it is your responsibility to see me at the end of that class to be sure you are counted as late and not absent. Failure to do so will result in an absence being recorded. Absence will not excuse due dates for assignments. Absence will not be an excuse for missed announcements You must be in class to hear changes in assignments and testing dates and other announcements regarding the class. Please do not me to ask about important dates or what was covered in class. Get to know the Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 3 of 10

4 names, address and and phone number of several fellow students in the class. If you are absent it is your responsibility to contact a fellow student to find out from them what you missed. For the instructor to consider an absence being excused the following must occur: 1. The instructor is notified in writing (or ) of the absence and the reason for the absence at least 24 hours before the day and time the test is given and the student receives a confirmation of the contact from the instructor. The instructor is NOT responsible for s that are not received but claimed to have been sent. No confirmation means it was not received. 2. The only reasons for an excused make up are as follows: the student was hospitalized during the class time and proof is supplied to the instructor. A family funeral of a direct family member was held during the testing time and proof of this is supplied. A student illness of a very serious nature that includes a doctors visit and treatment during the time and day of the class The instructor must be supplied with the documentation the day the students returns and the instructor retains the right to approve the makeup based on the strength of the documentation. If the student does not wish to share this information with the instructor the absence stands Course Withdrawal (Drop): The school posts drop date information on the college web site. Up to the first deadline you can drop the course with nothing recorded on your transcript. Up to the second deadline you can drop the course with a W recorded on your transcript. Beyond the last deadline no drops are allowed. It is your responsibility to drop the course in a timely manner based on the posted deadlines. I will not help process a student drop beyond the posted deadlines. Calculators: The course is intended to increase your ability to do basic operations mentally and with paper and pencil. It is also intended to increase your ability to sketch graph many functions. One of the most important skills for the student to gain is a rapid mental calculations of the basic operations of Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division on the rational numbers. In almost all cases (after the first review quiz) the rational numbers are small integers and fractions that are easy to compute with. This encourages the use of mental calculations and help the students pick up speed and accuracy. The development of these mental skills will help the student reduce errors on tests and speed the time required for testing. For these reason no calculators are allowed on tests and quizzes. Homework: I may collect the homework from the last lecture the next day the class meets, I will announce this at the start of class and collect the work. This homework cannot be handed in late. Homework not collected during the unit is due on the test date before the test is handed out. No late homework will be accepted. I will provide a binder clip for your homework. Homework that is no stapled or clipped will have a reduced score. During the test I will check your work and return your workbook at the end of class. All work needed to complete the problem should be shown and the answer circled. If you do not show all the work required to complete the homework problems I will reduce your homework grade. A list of answers will not be accepted for any credit. I expect every problem in the homework to be completed. I reduce your homework grade for every incomplete problem If there are any questions about how much work is required for a problem ask me in advance or error on the side of showing all the steps. All homework is Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 4 of 10

5 to be done by the enrolled student and must be your own work. Any attempt to copy or reuse homework or share the same work between students will result in an F grade for the entire unit. Tests: I give a test over several chapters at a time. I will announce the test date at lest a week before the actual test. You need to be on time for the test. If a sign is on the door announcing a test is in progress please do not enter or disturb the class, you are late and and on makeup will be given. The instructor retains the right to refuse to test late arrivals. If the test is given to la ate arriving student then you are agreeing that your test score will be reduced by 5 points for arriving up to 5 minutes late, 10 points for arrivals from 5 to 10 minutes late and 20 points for arriving more than 10 minutes late. Leave home early and arrive early to ensure you are on time. No notes, containers, paper or electronic equipment of any kind can be in sight or used in any way during the test. You are expected to keep your eyes on your own paper during the test. You are expected to refrain from talking during the entire time the test is being given, NO RESTROOM TRIPS ARE ALLOWED unless you have a medical need that has been documented and handed in to me. Come early, use the restroom before the test. If you fail to follow any of these requirements I will take your test and give you the grade of F with no retake allowed. You are required to SHOW ALL YOUR WORK ON THE ACTUAL TEST. Failure to show the correct work will result in the answer being marked wrong. You may not leave the classroom for any reason during the test. Use the restroom and take care of other business before the test. If you leave the room for any reason I will collect your test and your testing time is over. TURN OFF YOU CELL PHONE AND PUT IT AWAY BEFORE THE TEST STARTS. If it rings during the test it disturbs others. I will deduct 10 points from your test for each disruption. If you have the cell phone out during the test I will take the test and assign an F grade to your test. Early or Late Testing: I give each test on the day and time announced. Tests cannot be given earlier or later then the in class day and time for the test. 1. The instructor is notified in writing (or ) of the absence and the reason for the absence at least 24 hours before the day and time the test is given and the student receives a confirmation of the contact from the instructor. The instructor is NOT responsible for s that are not received but claimed to have been sent. No confirmation means it was not received. 2. The only reasons for a make up are as follows: the student was hospitalized during the testing time and proof is supplied to the instructor. A family funeral of a direct family member was held during the testing time and proof of this is supplied. A student illness of a very serious nature that includes a doctors visit and treatment during the time and day of the test. The instructor must be supplied with the documentation and retains the right to approve the makeup based on the strength of the documentation. If the student does not wish to share this information with the instructor then no make up will be allowed. 3. The final exam will act as the final and the makeup. You must download the final exam review and complete it with all required work shown. This review must be turned in on the day and time the last test is given. Failure to complete this review will result in no make up score. The highest grade given as a makeup is 70% or the lowest test grade of the semester whichever is lowest. No other makeup will be allowed. If you have lost your makeup privilege for any reason then no makeup or Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 5 of 10

6 retest will be allowed. Student who arrive late for the final will not be tested. No makeup for the final exam is allowed for any reason. Test Grading: I will post your homework and test points and current point total for the class on the classroom wall on the day I return your tests. All questions concerning how your test was graded or your point total or grade must be raised on the day it is returned. Questions raised after that time will be answered only during office hours and no changes to your grade will be made. Any attempt to alter or change your test in any way for the purpose of changing your grade will result in an automatic F for the entire course and a referral to the college for discipline. I hand out your graded tests in class for you to review. I then collect all tests after you review them. Any attempt to keep a copy will be considered a theft of college documents. I keep the tests in my office for at least two two weeks for you to review there. I make every effort to grade each problem in a fair and equal manner. I gave little partial credit to help ensure fairness. For problems with partial credit I grade that problem on each test before going on to the next problem. That helps ensure fairness. If you feel that the same work received a different score then another student then show me the two tests so I can compare them. In most cases there is a difference in the work that accounts for the difference in points allotted. If I determine that the work is the same but was scored differently then I will give both papers the lower of the two scores. This will ensure fairness in grading. Early Alert: I post grades in class after every exam. Test grades and homework points are shown. Your point total to date is shown as well as your percent of the total points. If a students has an F, D or low C grade early in the semester they are strongly encouraged to see a councilor. Please be proactive. The councilor can suggest services and support that may be available that may help you. The councilor can also advise you on the consequences of a failing grade and offer advice on the possible actions that you may consider taking. Go to student services to make an appointment. Do so early before you get to the point where help may not be possible. Final Grades: I will post your final grade on E Services by the grading deadline. All past scores and totals were validated at the time each test was returned and cannot be questioned at this late date. The only question allowed about your grade at this time would be an incorrect posting of your final exam score. If you have a question about the final exam score send your question to me by by the end of the second week after it was posted and I will save your final exam for your review the following semester during my office hours. College Policy and the California Education Code Section 76224a state that the grade given to each student shall be the grade determined by the instructor of record and the determination of the grade, in the absence of mistake, shall be final so any other questions about your grade cannot be considered. Electronic Devices: I do not allow any electronic devices such as laptops, calculators, cell phones, earbuds, etc. in the classroom. The use of electronic devices of any type are not allowed during class at any time. Music players, radios, headphones, game devices, cell phones, laptops, PDA s and any other electronic devices should not be used or visible in class. If any of there items are viewable or noticeable you will be Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 6 of 10

7 asked to leave and it will be recorded as an absence. No recording devices of any kind may be used in this class due to privacy rights issues. The instructor reserves the right to deduct 3 points from you grade for each time you have any electronic devices out. Cell Phones: I do not allow cell phones in the classroom. All cell phones must be turned off and put away while you are in class. TURN OFF YOU CELL PHONE AND PUT IT AWAY BEFORE THE CLASS STARTS. If your cell phone is out, you are using it or it rings during a lecture class you may be asked to leave the class and given an absence for that day. If a referral is sent to the dean you will be asked to leave for that day AND the next class meeting and marked absent for both days. The instructor reserves the right to deduct 3 points from you grade for each failure to observe this requirement. TURN OFF YOU CELL PHONE AND PUT IT AWAY BEFORE A TEST STARTS. If it rings during the test it disturbs others. I will deduct 10 from your test for each disruption. If you have the cell phone out during the test I will take the test and assign an F grade to your test. If there is a pressing need to have your phone on during a test you must let me know in advance so I can be aware of a possible interruption. Plagiarism: During any quiz or test you are expected to do your own work. Please keep your eyes on your own test. You must sit facing forward to not allow others beside or behind you to view to your test. DO NOT talk to other students during the exam time even if you are finished with the test. DO NOT have any extra paper, notes, calculators or other materials out during these times. The only time calculators or note cards are allowed is when the instructor states so in advance of the test and repeats that at the start of the test. Failure to follow any of these rules will result in a failure for that test and a loss of any makeup privileges. Student Conduct: Information on student conduct can be found in the College Catalog. Students are expected to be aware of this material and the listed results for failure to comply. In addition to these general guidelines I expect each student to show respect for each other and the instructor at all times. Inappropriate verbal responses, vulgar or argumentative language, inappropriate or written material will result in immediate referral to the dean as well as dismal from class for the maximum time allowed. Misuse of phone or privileges will result in the loss of those mediums to contact the instructor. Classroom Expectations: Be in you desk with your book open ready to work at the listed start time for the class Bring a pencil, paper, and your textbook to class every day. If you fail to bring these things to class, you may be penalized. You may not leave the room while I am presenting material or we are doing book work. Act like you are in an institution of higher learning. You are expected to behave in a courteous manner both toward your classmates and me at all times. Profanity and rudeness are unacceptable. If you are behaving in a manner that inhibits me from teaching or anyone around you from learning, you will be asked to leave. Any disruption to the learning process will result in your removal from the class for that day. If you are behaving in a manner that inhibits me from teaching or anyone around you from learning, you will be Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 7 of 10

8 asked to leave. Inattentiveness and talking during a lecture are considered a disruption. If you are disrupting the learning environment you will be asked to leave the class for the day and will be marked absent. Hats are not allowed in class. Please remove all headwear when you enter the classroom. If you have a situation that you feel requires accommodation, please see me during office hours. Before you leave each day, please pick up any refuse and dispose of it. Leave the classroom as neat, or neater, than when you came in. I will be communicating with the class via at numerous times during the semester. Please make sure that you check your school at least a few times each week. If I ever need to cancel class, I will notify the class via . If you have questions about assignments and due dates, you should contact classmates. If you text or me with those kinds of questions, I will only respond during Student Help Hours and only if I do not have other students. In other words, you probably won t get a response from me before the assignment is due. You will not get all the information you need to complete your homework during class. You will get an introduction to the key points and hopefully some examples from which to work. It is impossible for an instructor to cover each topic to the point where everyone in the class understands. It is your job to go home and work through the homework and re-read the notes until you do understand. This should be done before the next class meeting or else you will start class the next day behind. I design my book and the in class lecture to provide key examples that are worked out completely. If you do not reread your notes and carefully rework the problems we do in class, you are missing an important study opportunity. If you come for help during office hours, I will ask you questions like, What have you tried?, What did we do that was similar in the notes?, and Were you able to find any similar problems worked out in the book?. Be prepared to show me (or a tutor) your attempts to solve the problem on your own. Tutoring Services: Student tutors are available free of charge. They are located in FLC2. The hours are posted on the door. More information can be obtained by calling for FLC information or EDC information. Don t wait until the last minute as they may be busy. A 24/7 online tutoring service is also available. Information and links are provided on the class web site. Resources: The best resources for any student are your classmates. They can help you study, review for tests and share notes if you are absent. Get to know the names, address and and phone number of several fellow students in the class. If you are absent it is your responsibility to contact a fellow student to find out what you missed. PLEASE DO NOT me to ask what was covered in class. How to Succeed in this math course: Many students find themselves quickly overwhelmed in a math course. In college you should not expect to immediately understand the material from a particular lecture. The Attending class is not enough! What do you need to do in order to succeed: Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 8 of 10

9 First, take the time to read the section(s) we re covering in class before you come to lecture. It may be challenging at first, but it will make class time much more productive for you. Pay attention to assignment and exam information posted on the website(and the board in class). Skipping even one assignment will make it hard to catch up. Put aside time to study for this class every day. There are examples completely worked out in the book for the types of problems assigned for you. There may be online examples as well. Be sure to to utilize these before attempting the homework. There is no substitute for writing out every step to complete problems. You should complete every problem for each unit of the course. The end of the chapter has answers for problems. You should always check these answer as you do the problems to help you know if you are on the right track. If you have a question/problem on homework, take care of it right away. Look at the example like your problem to see if that helps. Call a classmate or go to get help from a tutor, but don t let your questions go unanswered. Utilize the chapter reviews and the the test reviews. These are designed to strengthen the basic concepts that are in the course. Finally,start studying for exams about a week ahead of time, setting a schedule for yourself so that you are not cramming in the last minute. Learning Disabilities Program: Check with the student services office for information. A notice of qualifying for services is due to me by the end of the second week of instruction. Please be sure to follow all timelines regarding these services. Please be proactive. Get all your questions and concerns addressed at the start of the course. Issues that are brought up mid semester or at the last minute are often not as easy to solve as if we had addressed them at the start of the course. If you wish to have matters concerning your DSP&S program remain confidential then please conduct all matters regarding this in my office. This will ensure you of complete confidentiality. If you chose to conduct your business elsewhere then you are giving up your right to privacy. Testing: All DSP&S students are given extended time for testing. Many students take the tests in the class assigned for this course but a separate testing room or my office will be provided if requested. Every effort will be made to provide a distraction reduced setting. Seating will be selected for you to reduce distractions. Screens will be provided for your desk if you desire. It is your responsibly to provide sound reducing ear ware. All tests are 60 minutes. All classroom rules for testing stated in this syllabus apply to DSPS testing. Student who arrive late will not be tested and no make up is allowed. Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 9 of 10

10 In the event that a test to be taken at the DSP&S office the following procedures must be followed. It is your responsibly to contact BOTH the instructor and the DSP&S office 1 week in advance of a proctored test to schedule a proctored test. Failure to notify both parties by the required date will result in a loss of the proctored test and extended time for that test. All proctored tests must be taken on the day and start time that the class takes them. Late testing is not allowed for any reason. No make up will be allowed. Homework must be turned in to me on or before the day and time the test is being given to the class. Bring it to the class and hand it in to me before the class test time. Do not turn homework in to any other person. Student who arrive late will not be tested and no make up is allowed. I give multiple versions of the test. The test given in the the DSP&S center may be a different version then the in class versions. The tests will cover the same material Testing Conditions. 1. No notes or extra paper of any kind are allowed. 2. No calculator or other electronic devices are allowed. 3. No talking is allowed. 4. Activity in the room may be recorded for video and sound. If you violate any of the conditions you will be given a F for the unit. Math 400 Class Syllabus Page 10 of 10

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