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Prerequisite: MAT 121
A study of integration and transcendental functions including applications.
Rationale: This course is intended for mathematics majors and minors and is required of prospective secondary mathematics teachers. Calculus has applications in many fields such as business, science, computer science, and engineering.
Professor: Dr. Melinda Gann
Text: Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions by Larson, Hostetler, & Edwards, 5th ed.
ISBN13: 9780538735506
Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of the course, successful students should be able to:
Calculate the indefinite integral of a function
State the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Compute the definite integral of a function
Write the inverse of a given function, if one exists
Calculate the area between two curves
Calculate the volume of a solid of revolution
Find the arc length of a plane curve
Calculate the area of a surface of revolution
Academic Integrity: Honesty and integrity are basic virtues expected of all students at Mississippi College. The Mississippi College Undergraduate Catalog lists the policies and penalties for plagiarism and cheating. It is available online.
Outline of Some Topics  (Selected from Chapters 58)
Indefinite integration Trigonometric integrals
Riemann sums Partial fractions
Definite integrals Indeterminate forms and LHopitals Rule
Natural logarithmic function and integration Improper integrals
Inverse trigonometric functions and integration
 Area
Volume
Arc length and surface area
Integration by parts 
Methods of Instruction: The method of instruction will include lecture, group problem solving, individual problem solving, class discussion, quizzes, and examinations. Each student is expected to have a textbook, writing materials, and a calculator daily.
Required Practices: Students are expected to read the text, complete written homework assignments, review their class notes, and prepare for quizzes and tests. Students are also encouraged to seek help from the instructor when assistance in understanding the material is needed.
Absences: A student will automatically receive a course grade of F immediately upon accumulating 12 absences (excused or unexcused) in a MWF class. Please remember that three tardies constitute one unexcused absence.
Also, note that students are responsible for material and assignments when absent. Homework assignments are posted on my webpage each day after they are assigned in class. Thus, when you are absent, please check my webpage for your assignment.
Instructional Materials: MATERIALS REQUIRED  Pencils and text. TI84 or other graphing calculator is strongly recommended
Assessment: Assessment of the students progress will be made through quizzes and examinations as well as through homework and class feedback. There will be 3  4 examinations (worth 100 points each) and unannounced 10 point quizzes (worth approximately a total of 100 points). A comprehensive final will be given at the end of the semester that is worth 200 points. You are expected to take the tests at the assigned times. Makeup tests will be given only with prior notification of absence and professor approval. If an exam is missed due to illness, a doctors excuse will be necessary to receive a makeup exam. All make up exams will be given at the end of the semester. Partial credit may not be awarded on makeup exams.
Grades will be assigned on total points as follows:
90  100% of the total points = A
80  89% of the total points = B
70  79% of the total points = C
60  69% of the total points = D
below 60% of the total points = F
Office Hours:
During the following times I make a concentrated effort to be available in my office. Please be aware of the fact that I have committee meetings and emergencies do arise. I will also be supervising a student teacher this semester.
Thus, it may be wise to call my office prior to coming or to schedule an appointment in advance to ensure your time is maximized.
Other times are available by appointment.
MW: 9:00 9:50 am
TR: 9:30 am 11:30 pm, 1:30 2:30 pm
F: 9:00 9: 50 am, 11:00 am 12:00 pm
Office: MCC 318
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:gann@mc.edu" gann@mc.edu
Phone: 6019253941
Disability Accommodation: In order for a student to receive disability accommodations under Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act, he or she must schedule an individual meeting with the Director of Student Counseling Servicesimmediatelyupon recognition of their disability(if their disability is known they must come in before the semester begins or make an appointmentimmediatelyupon receipt of their syllabi for the new semester). The student must bring with them written documentation from a medical physician and/or licensed clinician that verifies their disability. If the student has received prior accommodations, they must bring written documentation of those accommodations (example Individualized Education Plan from the school system).Documentation must be current (within 3 years).
The student must meet with SCSfaceto faceand also attend two (2) additional follow up meetings (one mid semester before or after midterm examinations and the last one at the end of the semester). Please note that the student may also schedule additional meetings as needed for support through SCS as they work with their professor throughout the semester. Note:Students must come ineach semesterto complete their Individualized Accommodation Plan (example: MC student completes fall semester IAP plan and even if student is a continuing student for the spring semester they must come in again to complete their spring semester IAP plan).
Student Counseling Services is located on the 4th floor of Alumni Hall) or they may be contacted via email at HYPERLINK "mailto:mbryant@mc.edu" mbryant@mc.edu . You may also reach them by phone at 6019257790. Dr. Morgan Bryant is director of MC Student Counseling Services.
Early Alert System: Mississippi College has adopted the practice of finding students early in the semester who may be exhibiting behaviors that could ultimately have a negative impact on their academic progress. These behaviors are often called red flag behaviors and include, but are not limited to, excessive absences, poor test grades, and lack of class participation or evidence of nonengagement. Identifying these behaviors early gives the instructor the opportunity to raise the red flag on behalf of a particular student so that the student can take the appropriate action to redirect his/her progress. The system alerts the student, the students advisor, and the Office of Student Success.
These messages are intended to help a student recognize an area of concern and to encourage him/her to make some choices to improve the situation. When a student receives an Early Alert message, the student should quickly make an appointment to talk with his/her professor about the situation. Also, students can make full use of the Office of Student Success to set academic goals and connect to campus resources.
Note: The last day to drop a course this semester is Friday, March 21st. Students cannot withdraw after that date with a W (passing) unless the three following criteria are met:
1) extenuating circumstances (clearly outside the students control)
2) passing the course at the time of withdrawal
3) does not have excessive absences at the time of withdrawal
Final Exam: Wednesday, May 7th: 8:00 11:00 am
NOTE: Cell phones are NOT allowed in class. If a student has a cell phone in class, he/she
will be asked to immediately leave class, and will not be allowed to return to class until I have spoken with his/her advisor.
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