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Math 34A Calculus for Social and Life Sciences Winter 2011 Instructor: Daryl Cooper Office: SH 6704 Office Hours: MWF 12-1
 

Summary: Math 34A Calculus for Social and Life Sciences Winter 2011
Instructor: Daryl Cooper Office: SH 6704 Office Hours: MWF 12-1
Text : Cooper, Calculus and Mathematical Reasoning... email: math34aw11@math.ucsb.edu
An i>clicker remote is required for this course. You can buy it from the bookstore if you do not already have one.
Bring the text and iclicker to every class.
Syllabus Chaps 1-8
Tardis codes and assigned seat Enrolled students must get their 4 digit Tardis code and exam seat from GauchoSpace. You
print the Tardis code in the top right corner of all work (quizzes and exams). Work without a Tardis code will not be graded.
(1) Print your Tardis
(2) Print you name below Jane Li
Midterm 1 (Ch 1-4) F Jan 14 6% Final (cumulative) T Mar 15 8-11am 50%
Midterm 2 (Ch 1-7) M Feb 7 10% Optional Early Final (see below) 1-4pm F Dec 3
Midterm 3 (Ch 1-8) F Mar 4 14% Quizzes 5%
i>clicker 5% Homework 10%
(I reserve the right to alter all this, especially if it is a bad flu season.)
Grading for Effort: If your final grade is C or C+ or B-, it will be increased to B if you have made a GREAT EFFORT in this
class. This means coming to every class and discussion and participating fully. Attempting every homework assignment, quiz,
and exam. Also using the resources on GauchoSpace.
Attendance: There is one point awarded for participation in each lecture. To get this point give an iclicker response to every
question (except anonymous ones). Usually there will be a question at 10:01am and another at 10:49am. If you miss the bus you

  

Source: Akhmedov, Azer - Department of Mathematics, University of California at Santa Barbara

 

Collections: Mathematics