辅导 MA 164 CALCULUS II讲解 Python语言

COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE TITLE: CALCULUS II

COURSE & SECTION NUMBER: MA 164

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Topics include: applications of integration, differentiation, and integration of transcendental functions and methods of integration, L’Hopital’s rule, conic sections, parametric equations, polar coordinates, infinite series. Uses symbolic algebra software.

PREREQUISITES: “C” or better in MA 134 or equivalent.

Note: The student must earn a grade of “C” or better in MA 164 to move on to MA

213 Calculus III.

REQUIRED TEXT:  James Stewart; Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals; Cengage Brain – Option 1, 2, or 3 below required:

OPTION 1: Bundle: Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals (hardbound) + Enhanced

WebAssign Homework & eBook, LOE Printed Access Card + WebAssign - Start Smart Guide; 2nd ed., 2013; ISBN-10: 1133425941 | ISBN-13: 9781133425946

OPTION 2: Printed card for Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Enhanced

WebAssign Multi-Term LOE Instant Access (includes Enhanced WebAssign

Homework & eBook LOE Instant Access for Multi Term Math & Science); 1st ed., 2014; ISBN-13: 9781285858265

OPTION 3:      Loose Leaf print Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Enhanced

WebAssign Multi-Term LOE Instant Accesss (includes Enhanced WebAssign

Homework & eBook LOE Instant Access for Multi Term Math & Science), ISBN- 13: 9781285101750

Required for this course: LOE Printed Access Card

REFERENCES: Students are encouraged to refer to all useful sources (lecture notes, text book, library, internet, discussions etc.) for a deeper and broader understanding.

OTHER MATERIALS:  Required: Calculator - TI 84 equivalent

LEARNING OUTCOMES:  Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:

1.   Use definite integrals to find: area, volume, arc length, etc.

2.   Evaluate integrals using various techniques including: integration by parts, trigonometric substitution, and partial fractions

3.  Appreciate and use parametric & polar equations

4.   Study and use conic sections

5.   Investigate improper integrals

6.   Demonstrate strategies for working with: infinite series, convergence tests, and series representations of functions

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Students are expected to complete all homework assignment, tests and quizzes and to complete the final exam at the conclusion of the course.

ATTENDANCE/PARTICIPATION: Class participation is expected. Attendance will be taken weekly by the completion of coursework.

 GRADING/EVALUATION: GRADE SCALE: Final: 20% 90-100%    A 70-76%   C Tests: 30% 87-89%     B+ 67-69%   D+ Quizzes:  20% 80-86%     B 60-66%   D Homework: 20% 77-79%     C+ 0-59%     F Discussions: 10%

TESTS: Tests cover material presented in class, assigned reading, and homework problems. The tests will not be cumulative, but prior knowledge is needed to solve current problems.

The final with will have cumulative problems. Cell phones cannot be used on Tests or Quizzes.

Makeup on class tests will not be offered in normal cases. However, in exceptional situations and with proper official documentation (doctor’s note, police report, etc.) I may decide to offer a makeup. If you are given a make-up, in general it will be harder.

HOMEWORK AND QUIZZES: You will have homework assigned online. You will also have weekly quizzes that are from the online homework. No make-up quizzes or late assignments will be accepted. The lowest homework grade will be dropped at the end of the semester.