Office: Weber 111

Phone: 970-491-6416

Email: chappell@math.colostate.edu

Section 001:5/17 - 6/13

Instructor: Melissa Goss

Room: Wagar 232

Time: 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Email: goss@math.colostate.edu

Section 002:6/14 - 8/08

Instructor: Shelby Stanhope

Room: Engineering 120

Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Email: stanhope@math.colostate.edu

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- Introduction to course (R.4, 1.3 Rates of Change, Difference Quotient) Overheads
- 1.1, 1.2 Limits and Continuity
- 1.4 Difference Quotient
- 1.5 Power Rule, Sum and Difference Rule
- 1.7 Chain Rule
- 1.6 Product Rule, Quotient Rule
- 2.6 Marginals
- 2.1 First Derivative Test for Local Extrema
- 1.8, 2.2 Higher Order Derivatives, Second Derivative Test
- 2.4 Absolute Extrema
- 2.5 Optimization
- 2.7 Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates
- 3.1, 3.2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- 3.3, 3.4 The Growth Model
- 4.2 Anti-differentiation
- 4.5 Integration Technique: Substitution
- 4.1, 4.3 Limits of Sums, Area and Definite Integrals
- 4.4 Area Between Curves
- 4.5 Integration Technique: Substitution
- 5.3 Improper Integrals
- 5.1 Consumer's Surplus and Producer's Surplus
- 5.2 Integration of the Growth Model
- 5.4 Probability
- 5.5 Expected Value

Calculus and Its Applications (9th edition)

M. Bittenger, D. Ellenbogen

Addison Wesley 2007, ISBN 0-32-139534-4

A graphing calculator is recommended. The TI-83/TI-83 Plus or the very similar TI-84/TI-84 Plus will be used by instructors in the classroom and review sessions. The use of the TI-83/TI-83 Plus, TI-84/TI-84 Plus, TI-86, and TI-82 will be allowed on exams. The TI-89 and above are not allowed on exams.

Homework and quizzes with due dates are accessed online via MathXL (http://mathxl.com).

The homework is for practice only and will help you prepare for the quizzes and examinations; homework will not count toward your course grade. The quizzesdocount toward your course grade and must be submitted via MathXL.

MathXL quizzes will be due every Tuesday night at 11:59pm.

Each quiz question is worth 1 point. At the end of the semester, the quiz points you have earned will be summed to get yourquiz point total, which will then be scaled to 75 points.Here is an example of how it works. Say your quiz point total is 120 (out of 126 assigned points). Your scaled quiz score would then be 75 x (120/126) = 71.43. See Grading Procedures below for how to calculate your final grade.

Click here for instructions on registering for MathXL.

Course IDs

When registering for MathXL, you will need a Course ID. YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THE SAME SECTION OF MATHXL AS THE COURSE SECTION IN WHICH YOU ARE ENROLLED.NOTE: The course ids above only contain the number 0, not the letter O.

- Section 001
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Exam Dates--A picture ID must be shown at all exams.General Exam Rules -- You are responsible for knowing these rules for each exam.

- Exam 1 -- TBA
- Exam 2 -- TBA
- Exam 3 -- TBA
- Exam 4 -- TBA

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The course grade is based entirely on four one-hour exams and MathXL Quizzes.

The exams are graded by hand; work must be shown to get full credit.

For each student, the top three exam scores are doubled. For example, suppose your four exam scores have values A,B,C,D. Also suppose that your SCALED QUIZ SCORE has the value E. If D denotes your lowest exam score, then your grade will be determined by the formula:

(2A + 2B + 2C + D + E)/7.75 .

The grading scheme is traditional; no plus-minus grades are given:

A: 90 - 100, B: 80 - 89, C: 70 - 79, D: 60 - 69, F: 0 - 59.