Elementary Calculus II, MATH 182, Fall 2009

This is the home page and first day handout for MATH 182, sections 001 – 004, meeting MW from 11:30 – 12:45 in CEB-B154. My name is Dr. Arthur Baragar. My office is CDC-1016 and I can be reached at 895-0378.

Text: James Stewart, Essential Calculus, Early Transcendentals, Brooks Cole Publishing, 2007. There is no need to get the supplement.

Syllabus:

  • Chapter 5 (review):  Integrals
  • Chapter 6:  Techniques of integration
  • Chapter 7:  Applications of integration
  • Chapter 8:  Series
  • Chapter 9:  Parametric equations and polar coordinates

Grading Scheme: The grading in this course is as follows:

  • Homework, 10%.
  • Quizzes (conducted in breakout sections), 10%.
  • Exam 1, Wednesday, September 30th: 17%.
  • Exam 2, Wednesday, October 28th: 17%. 
  • Exam 3, Monday, November 23rd (Thanksgiving week): 17%.
  • Final, Wednesday, December 9th, 10:10 am – 12:10 am: 30%. 

There is no preset correlation between numerical grades and your final letter grade. A letter grade (without + or -), a report card if you like, will be posted on WebCampus after every exam. 

Breakout sessions: The breakout sessions are conducted by

        Yanan Jiang, CDC 1028, 895-1613, jiangy4@unlv.nevada.edu . Office hours: Tuesday, 1 – 2:30, and Friday 3:30 – 5:00.

o       Section 001, Friday, 11:30 – 12:50, CBC – C230

o       Section 002, Friday, 10:00 – 11:20, CBC – C230

o       Section 004, Thursday, 11:30 – 12:50, BEH 221

        Hao (Gilbert) Zhang, CDC 726, 895-5479, gilbert.hao@gmail.com . Office hours: Monday, 8:30 – 11:30.

o       Section 003, Friday, 11:30 – 12:50, CBC – C226

Breakout sessions will be an opportunity to see exercises worked out (usually done by request, including those from the homework), quizzes, and any other activities the graduate assistant deems appropriate. Note that quizzes, worth 10% of your grade, will be conducted during these sessions.

Office Hours: If you need to see me, please look for me during the office hours posted below, or please make an appointment. If there is no one in my office during the last half of the office hour, I will feel free to leave, so please arrive early.

  • Monday and Wednesday, 1:00 – 1:45, 4:00 – 4:45.
  • … or by appointment

Both sets of office hours immediately follow a class, and is primarily intended for students whose class just ended. You are welcome to show up at that time too, but I may be helping students in our classroom, rather than in my office, so do not be surprised if I show up late. Office hours begin the second week of classes. Note that the graduate assistants also have office hours, posted above under “Breakout Sessions.”

Other Important Dates:  (See the UNLV calendar for more details.)

  • August 24:  Instruction and late registration begin.
  • August 28:  Final date for late registration, course additions, changes, or fee payment (with late penalty).  Last day to inform me of absences due to religious holidays.  Last day to drop a course without it showing up on transcripts.
  • September 7:  Labor Day recess.
  • October 30:  Nevada Day recess (Friday).
  • November 2:  Final date to drop or withdraw from classes (except short courses). 
  • November 11:  Veterans' Day recess (Wednesday).
  • November 26:  Thanksgiving.
  • November 30th – December 5th:  Study Week.
  • December 7th –12th:  Final examinations.

"Students from Math 095-182 are required to attend a mandatory presentation regarding the online evaluations, tutor clinic and other tutoring options offered. The presentation dates will be listed on the following website at www.unlv.edu/math/math_clinic.html and students will be able to sign up for these presentations by email at mathclinic@unlv.edu"

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The Disability Resource Center (DRC) coordinates all academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities. The DRC is the official office to review and house disability documentation for students, and to provide them with an official Academic Accommodation Plan to present to the faculty if an accommodation is warranted. Faculty should not provide students accommodations without being in receipt of this plan.

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e-mail: baragar@unlv.nevada.edu