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Prerequisite: MAT 102 (trigonometry) or the equivalent
A brief review of functions including transcendental functions and a study of single-variable differential calculus. Major topics covered include limits, continuity, the derivative and its applications
Professor: Dr. Melinda Gann
Text: Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions by Larson, Hostetler, & Edwards, 5th ed.
ISBN-13: 978-0-538-73550-6
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.
Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of the course, successful students should be able to:
define function, limit, continuity, and derivative
calculate the limit of a function, if it exists
determine if a limit doesnt exist
determine whether a function is continuous
calculate the derivative of a given function, if the derivative exists
solve related rate problems
determine the critical numbers of a function
determine the relative maximums and relative minimums of a function
determine the absolute maximums and absolute minimums of a function
determine the intervals where a function increases and decreases
determine the intervals where a function is concave downward and concave upward
graph a function
solve optimization problems
compute the differential of a given function
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. Thus, see the Mississippi College Student Handbook or University Policy 2.19 for specific information regarding penalties associated with dishonest behavior at Mississippi College. Copies of the Mississippi College Student Handbook are available in the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, Nelson 313. Copies of University policies are available on the Mississippi College web site.
Outline of Topics
Graphs
Linear Models and Rates of Change
Functions and Their Graphs including exponential, logarithmic, and inverse
Limits
Continuity
Derivatives
Implicit Differentiation
Related Rates
Extrema
Rolles Theorem
Mean Value Theorem
Increasing and Decreasing Functions
Concavity
Limits at Infinity
Optimization problems
Differentials
Assessment: There will be approximately three regularly scheduled exams worth 100 points each. A comprehensive 200 point final exam will be given at the completion of the course. You are expected to take the exams at the assigned times. If an exam is missed due to illness, a doctors excuse will be necessary in order to receive a makeup test. Other makeup exams may be administered only if the student has notified the professor prior to exam time and received permission to receive a makeup exam. These makeup exams will be given at the end of the semester. The particular time and place will be announced at a later date. Partial credit may not be given on makeup exams. A twenty-five point algebra/trig review will be assigned the first week of class. In addition, ten point pop tests will be given throughout the semester. Any homework assignment is also eligible to be collected and checked, so you have been warned! Late homework is not accepted.
Grades will be based on total points earned during the semester in the following manner:
90 100 % of total points = A
80 89 % of total points = B
70 79 % of total points = C
60 69 % of total points = D
below 60 % of total points = F
Absences: Makeup work is the responsibility of the student and should be cleared with the instructor in advance whenever possible. Homework assignments are posted on Moodle each day after they are assigned in class. Thus, when you are absent, please check Moodle for your assignment.
The college stipulates that the grade for the course is automatically an F in the event of 12 or more excused or unexcused absences (MWF). Please note that three tardies constitute one unexcused absence.
Disability Accommodation: If you need special accommodations due to learning, physical, psychological, or other disabilities, please contact Dr. Morgan Bryant at 601.925.7790.
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 SCSface-to 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 in Alumni Hall.
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. Thus, it may be wise to call my office prior to coming or schedule an appointment in advance to ensure your time is maximized. Other times are available by appointment.
MW: 10:00 11:50 am, 1:30 pm 2:30 pm
TR: 9:30 am 11:00 pm, 1:30 2:30 pm
F: 10:00 11: 50 am
My office is located in MCC 318.
Phone: 925-3941
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:gann@mc.edu" gann@mc.edu
Note: The last day to drop a course this semester is Friday, Oct. 25
Students cannot withdraw after that date with a W (withdrawal) unless the 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: Friday, Dec. 13th 8:00 am 11:00 am
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