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Syllabus for Math 235, Calculus I, Fall 2005 Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Arnold
 

Summary: Syllabus for Math 235, Calculus I, Fall 2005
Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Arnold
e-mail: arnoldea@math.jmu.edu
Phone: 568-6532
URL: www.math.jmu.edu/~arnoldea
Office: Burruss 116
Office Hours: M,W 2:15-3:15pm, T 1:45-2:45pm and by appointment.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a one semester course of calculus covering limits, deriva-
tives, integration and applications. We will cover Chapters 2-6 of the text. Prerequisites are a
strong background in algebra, functions and trigonometry. Chapter 1 of the text is a review of
these prerequisites.
TEXT: Calculus, One and Several Variables, Salas et. al. Ninth edition
CALCULATORS: For quizzes and exams, you may use a simple scientific calculator that is not
programable and does not store formulas. You may use any calculator or computer to assist you
in understanding the material and doing the homework.
GRADING: The grading will be assigned on a 600 point scale:
A: 540-600
B: 480-539
C: 420-479
D: 360-419

  

Source: Arnold, Elizabeth A. - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, James Madison University

 

Collections: Mathematics