Materials: The text is Calculus (3rd Edition) by James Stewart. We will cover the following topics:
Grading: You will be assessed on the basis of your performance in the final exam, 3 tests and a, yet to be determined, number of homework assignments. There will also be some assigned project work. This will usually involve some open ended problems of a rather deeper nature than those in the homework. By far the most significant part of this assessment will be determined by the tests and final:
Withdrawal: You may withdraw with a W, regardless of your standing in class, on or before Friday October 1. After October 1, you may withdraw with a W only if you maintain a passing grade.
Miscellany: If you have a disability, or if there are special circumstances that may prevent you from fully demonstrating your understanding of this course material, please let me know as soon as possible so that we may ensure your full participation.
Internet: We will make occasional use of the internet
throughout the course. For example, a copy of this document is available
on the internet. You are required to regularly peruse the appropriate World
Wide Web pages throughout the semester. The starting point for such browsing
Alternately, you may start at the Mathematics Department home page http://www.math.ou.edu
and go to the faculty link. Further information and the ability
to communicate with other members of the class is available via http://coursenet.ou.edu.
Questions or comments should be sent to Paul Goodey