MATH 1710                       CALCULUS II, SCI & ENG                    SPRING 2006

Time and Place :    MTThF, 2:00 - 2:50, Rood 3307

INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Paul Eenigenburg

Office Hours : MTThF (10:00 - 10:50, 3324 Everett)
                       MTTh (3:00 - 3:30, 3324 Everett)
                       Other times by appt.

Phone: 387-4582            e-mail :                  FAX : 387-4530

Click here to obtain homework problems and exam information as the course progresses.

COURSE PREREQUISITE:   Math 1700 (Calculus I, Sci & Eng) or Math 1220 (Calculus I) with a C grade or better, or equivalent transfer credit.

TEXT :  Calculus with Early Vectors, by Zenor, Slaminka, Thaxton.   Prentice Hall.  This is the same text used in Math 1700.  If you did not take this course, you will need to obtain the text.  You may be able to save money by ordering the text on the internet, in which case you will need the ISBN number : 0-13-791203-X.  

SYLLABUS :   This is a continuation of Calculus I, covering the basics of differentiation and integration of vector functions.  The 1700-1710 sequence (with its emphasis on vector functions) is directed towards students who are required to take a calculus-based physics course.

TECHNOLOGY :   It is required that you have a graphing calculator.  If you don’t own one, get a TI-89 (includes a differential equations menu, plus symbolic algebra and calculus).    I will use the TI-89 for classroom demonstrations.

EXAMINATIONS & GRADING :  Homework:                 15%
                                                         Gateway exam:           15%                                   
                                                         Three  exams at 15% each:     45%
                                                         Final Exam (Apr 24, 2:45pm): 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

COURSE PLAN :   See this web page often for a list of current homework. Always have the homework ready by the indicated date.  It will be collected often.  To accommodate the occasional illness, the lowest two homeworks will be dropped. Late homework will not be accepted. 
Exams are “closed book”, but you may bring your calculator and a 3x5 formula card. 

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:  You are responsible for making yourself aware of and understanding the policies and procedures in the Undergraduate (pp. 274-276) Catalog that pertain to Academic Integrity. These policies include cheating, fabrication, falsification and forgery, multiple submission, plagiarism, complicity and computer misuse. If there is reason to believe you have been involved in academic dishonesty, you will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct. You will be given the opportunity to review the charge(s). If you believe you are not responsible, you will have the opportunity for a hearing. You should consult with me if you are uncertain about an issue of academic honesty prior to the submission of an assignment or test.