MATH 123                                         CALCULUS  II                                    FALL  2001

INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Paul Eenigenburg
Office Hours in 3324 Everett: MTThF (9:00 - 10:00, 11:00 - 11:30),  MW (3:00 - 4:00)
                                                   Other times by appt.

Phone: 387-4582           E-mail : eenigenburg@wmich.edu            FAX : 387-4530

TUTORING is available on Wednesdays, 12:00 - 1:00, in 3313 Sangren.

COURSE PREREQUISITE: Concepts of diffferentiation and integration from Calculus I.  In particular, it is assumed that you know the rules of differentiation.

TEXT : CALCULUS,  by Stewart.   Optional: study guide, student solutions manual, CD ROM, web site, etc.  See pages xi - xii in the text for more information.

SYLLABUS :  Chapter 5 (sec 5)  Substitution rule for integrals
    Chapter 6 (1 - 3, 5), 8 (1) Applications
    Chapter 7 (1, 4, 6 - 8) Techniques of integraion
    Chapter 9 (1 - 4)  Differential equations
    Chapter 10 (1 - 4)  Parametric eqns, Polar coordinates
    Chapter 11 (1 - 12)  Infinite sequences and series

CALCULATOR:  You are required to have a graphing calculator for this course.  If you already own one, use it.  Otherwise, get a TI-86 or TI-89.

ASSESSMENT :  Boardwork :  5 %
                           Homework : 25 %
                           Exams (3): 45 %
                           Final Exam (Dec 5, 10:15 -12:15 ): 25 %

  Your grade will be determined by the scale :

 Percent :   89   82    75   68    60   55    50
 Grade  :    A    BA   B    CB   C    DC   D

GROUP WORK :   You will be assigned to groups, for the purpose of preparing homework.  Each group meets outside of class to prepare the assigned problems for the next class, when I will randomly choose certain groups to present problems. The presenter from each group (a job to be rotated) should put the problem on the board. After the presenter explains the problem, I will assign 0 - 3 points to the presenter, depending on the correctness and clarity of the solution.  These daily homework sets will be collected from each student about once per week, and not accepted if late.  Your lowest homework grade will be dropped.

OCTOBER 22 : This is the last date a student can process an official withdrawal from the course, to avoid a possible E grade.  Incompletes are rarely given, and they are never given as a substitute for a failing grade.