Syllabus for Math 193
Calculus II Spring,
2004

**Course meetings**: MWF

**Instructor**: **Email**:
mjones@csudh.edu

**Office**: NSM A-120 **Office Phone**: (310)243-2410

**Office Hours**: M

W

I am also available by appointment.

**Course Website**: http://www.csudh.edu/math/mjones/Math193/

**Text and Materials**: *Calculus*, fifth edition, by
James Stewart. Brooks/Cole,
Belmont, 2003; TI graphing calculator.

**Course Description**: This is the second course in
the calculus sequence, covering such topics as differentiation and integration of transcendental functions, techniques
and applications of integration, polar coordinates, infinite sequences and
series, power series,

**Expected Outcomes**: Students will be able to:

- Evaluate derivatives and integrals of
logarithmic, exponential, rational, trigonometric and inverse
trigonometric functions using appropriate techniques
- Approximate integrals using summing techniques
- Evaluate improper integrals
- Set up integrals in problems of application to
arc length, surface area, physics and other fields
- Solve differential equations
- Graph parametric equations and polar coordinate
functions and find derivatives and integrals of parametrically defined
curves and regions
- Sum infinite series and determine Taylor and Maclaurin series representations of functions

**Grades**:
A: 92% or better, A-: 88-91%, B+:
84-87%, B: 81-83%, B-: 77-80%,

C+: 74-76%, C:
71-73%, C-: 68-70%, D: 65-67%, F 64% or below.

**Make-up/Late work Policy**: I do not
accept late or make-up work. If you
experience a severe emergency, special arrangements may be made at my
discretion.

**Evaluation Categories**: I will use a
point system to determine your grade:

Journal 100
points

Homework
90 points

Quizzes 200 points

Tests 100
points

Final __210 points__

Total 700 points

**Journal**: There will be classroom assignments
specifically designated to go in your journal, typically an average of 1
problem per class. The journals will be
collected 5 times over the course of the semester, each time being worth 20
points. Late journals are not accepted.

**Homework**: Homework is assigned every class period and
is due each Monday. Homework is graded
out of 7 points. Five (5) points will be
given for attempting all but one or two of the assigned problems, six (6)
points will be given for attempting every problem, and seven (7) points will be
given if, in addition to attempting every problem, solutions are complete and
correct. I will drop your lowest
homework score from your grade. Late
homework is not accepted.

**Quizzes**: Quizzes will be given every Friday from
January 30 through March 26, except that we will not meet for class on February
20. The 8 quizzes will each be worth 25
points, and will be based primarily on the homework collected on Monday of the
same week, as well as the class work from the week. Make-up quizzes are not given.

**Test**: An exam will be given on Wednesday, April 28,
and will be worth 100 points.

**Final**: The final exam will be worth 210 points, is held
on Wednesday, May 19, from

**Other Policies**:

I enforce University and Math
Department policies.

Please have your beepers or
cell phones turned off or in silent mode.
If you need to make or answer a call, please exit the room.