Lecture
Time: 12:00pm – 1:50pm (TR) Location: Nagel Hall
102

Recitation Time: 12:00pm – 12:50pm (F) Location: Nagel Hall
102

Tuesday and Thursday sessions will be lead by
instructor, Friday session will be lead by TA

Prerequisite: Math 1951 and
permission of instructor

Instructor:
Mei Yin __mei.yin@du.edu__

Office and Office Hours: Aspen Hall Middle 713B,
10:30am – 12:00pm (TR), or by appointment

TA: Konrad Aguilar __konrad.aguilar@du.edu
__ Office and Office
Hours: Aspen Hall Middle 719, 9:00am – 12:00pm (MW)

Lecture Schedule: Here is a plan of the
course (may be altered for pedagogical reasons as the
course develops).

Ch. 5: Applications of Integration |
2.5 weeks |

Ch. 6: Inverse Functions |
2.5 weeks |

Ch. 7: Techniques of Integration |
3 weeks |

Ch. 8: Further Applications of Integration |
1.5 weeks |

Course Description: Same topics as Math 1952 treated
rigorously and conceptually. Topics
of study will include differentiation and integration of
functions of one variable especially focusing on the
theory, techniques and applications of integration.

Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful
completion of this course, a student should:

1. understand the indefinite integral of a function,
including its connection to the derivative.

2. know the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and
understand how it connects definite and indefinite
integrals.

3. be able to integrate functions via substitution,
integration by parts, trigonometric substitutions, and
partial functions.

4. be able to use definite integrals to solve various
problems, such as finding arc lengths, areas, and
volumes.

Tentative Calendar:

The Week Of |
Material Covered |

January 4 – January 8 |
Introduction, 5.1, 5.2, Quiz 1 |

January 11 – January
15 |
5.3, 5.4, Quiz 2 |

January 18 – January 22 |
5.5, 6.1, Quiz 3 |

January 25 – January 29 |
6.2, 6.3, Review |

February 1 – February
5 |
Midterm, 6.3, 6.4, Quiz 4 |

February 8 – February 12 |
7.1, 7.2, Quiz 5 |

February 15 – February
19 |
7.3, 7.4, Quiz 6 |

February 22 – February
26 |
7.5, 7.7, Quiz 7 |

February 29 – March
4 |
8.1, 8.2, Quiz 8 |

March 7 – March 11 |
Review, Last Day of Classes: March 9 |

Grading: Your final grade for the course will be determined based on a numerical weighted average calculated as follows:

Homework: Homework will be assigned about
once a week. They will be posted and collected (on **Mondays**)
using WebAssign, an online tool for problem
dissemination. To get started, go to http://www.webassign.net and create
an account. To do this, go to the right-hand side of the
page, and look for a link that says "Enter Class Key."
(This is to the left of the words "Log in.") Your class
key for our section is **du 0356
8727**. With this, you should be able to create an
account with your own username and password and start
learning about the system. **The
eight highest homework scores will contribute to 16%
of your final grade**.

Quizzes: You will have quizzes during each
week of class that we do not have an upcoming exam. They
will be roughly 15-20 minutes long and will be given in
class on Fridays. Makeup quizzes will only be given in
the case of a documented absence. **The
seven highest quiz scores will contribute to ****14%
of your final grade**.

Exams: A **midterm** is
tentatively scheduled **during
class time** on **Tuesday,
February 2**. The **final
exam** is
scheduled on **Friday,
March 11 **at** 12:00pm**** –**** 1:50pm** in **our usual
classroom**. Makeup exams will only be offered in the
event of extreme circumstances. If you think you have a
problem which will force you to miss an exam, come talk to
me as soon as possible.

Calculator: **You may
use a simple scientific calculator for all exams and
quizzes**. Graphing or programmable calculators are
not allowed as well as calculators that can perform any
kind of calculus or symbolic operations. Use of a
non-approved calculator will be considered a violation
of DU's honor code. If you have any questions about your
calculator please see me.

Help: **Additional
handouts will be distributed throughout the quarter**.
Students are also encouraged to ask for individualized
help from the instructor or the TA at any time. Make use
of the **Math
Center** in
the Anderson Academic Commons too. Detailed information
about the Math Center can be found here: http://portfolio.du.edu/mathcenter.

Students with Disabilities: If you qualify
for academic accommodations because of a disability or
medical issue, please submit a faculty letter to me from
Disability Services Program (DSP) in a timely manner so
that your needs may be addressed. DSP determines
accommodations based on documented disabilities/medical
issues. DSP is located on the 4th floor of Ruffatto
Hall, 1999 E Evans Ave, 303-871-2278. Information is
also available online at http://www.du.edu/disability/dsp;
see the Handbook
for Students with Disabilities.

Religious Accommodations: University
policy grants students excused absences from class or
other organized activities for observance of religious
holy days, unless the accommodation would create an
undue hardship. Faculty are asked to be responsive to
requests when students contact them **in advance** to request
such an excused absence. Students are responsible for
completing assignments given during their absence, but
should be given an opportunity to make up work missed
because of religious observance. Once a student has
registered for a class, the student is expected to
examine the course syllabus for potential conflicts with
holy days and to notify the instructor by the end of the
first week of classes of any conflicts that may require
an absence (including any required additional
preparation/travel time). The student is also expected
to remind the faculty member in advance of the missed
class, and to make arrangements in advance (with the
faculty member) to make up any missed work or in-class
material within a reasonable amount of time.