AMS 161-Spring 2018
Course Description: This is a second course in single variable calculus where you will learn about infinite series, integration and differential equations. We will cover much of chapters 5 through 8 in the text. Attendance at every lecture is essential to follow our discussion of concepts!
Course Instructor: Bill Bernhard (email@example.com)
Required materials: Single Variable Calculus Textbook -4th Edition (Stony Brook Edition) by James Stewart and a webassign access code purchased from www.webassign.net. Calculators will not be permitted on exams but a graphing calculator is required for the lecture hall.
Grading: Exam #1 (20%) on 2/22 or 2/26 depending when you have lecture.
Exam #2 (20%) on 4/11 or 4/12 depending on when you have lecture.
Webassign (20%) You will need to access www.webassign.net. You will need to purchase an access code and use our class key which will be announced soon. There will be a new assignment every week on Saturday mornings (except the Saturday after Spring Break) beginning on 1/27 .You may not drop or miss any assignments. All assignments are due by 5/4 at 11:59PM. There will be 13 assignments in total.
Final Exam (40 %) on 5/15 at 5:30PM or 8:30PM depending on when you have lecture in Frey 100.
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