MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS DEPARTMENT

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Wei Feng OFFICE: BR 120
TEL. NO.: 962-3291 E-mail: fengw@uncw.edu

OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 AM-10:00 AM, MTWRF or by appointment. Students are always welcome to stop by my office.

MAT161-003 CALCULUS I Fall 2010
CLASS TIME: 10:00AM-10:50AM, MTWRF ROOM: BR161(MW), BR208(TR), BR206(F)
FINAL EXAM: Monday December 6, 8:00AM – 11:00AM.


MAT161-004 CALCULUS I Fall 2010
CLASS TIME: 11:00AM-11:50AM, MTWRF ROOM: BR161(MW), BR208(TR), BR206(F)
FINAL EXAM: Wednesday December 8, 11:30AM – 2:30PM.


PREREQUISITE: Satisfactory performance in MAT115 or Placement Test Score.

TEXTBOOK: Calculus, Early Transcendentals by James Stewart (6th Edition).
TEXT COVERAGE: CHAPTER 1 - CHAPTER 6.
CALCULATOR: You are recommended to have a graphic calculator (TI-83, 84, or 85) and allowed to use it for homework and tests.

HOMEWORK, TESTS, AND GRADING:
60 % - 4 MAJOR TESTS; 30 % - FINAL EXAM; 10 % - Homework.
90% <= A- < 92%; 92% <= A <= 100%;
80% <= B- < 82%; 82% <= B < 87%; 87% <= B+ < 90%;
70% <= C- < 72%; 72% <= C < 77%; 77% <= C+ < 80%;
58% <= D- < 60%; 60% <= D< 67%; 67% <= D+ < 70%; F: under 58%.
Homework will be assigned daily. Selected problems will be collected for grading on each Monday.

MAJOR TEST DAYS: TEST 1: Friday September 10; TEST 2: Friday October 8, TEST 3: Friday October 29; TEST 4: Friday November 29.

MAKE-UP TEST POLICY: No make-up test will be given unless illness or emergency. Instructor must be notified in advance or on the test day. Make-up test will be given on the earliest available date. No late homework.

ATTENDANCE: Attendance is expected unless extreme circumstances. A student who has 2 or fewer absences may drop the lowest test score from the first three tests.

ACADEMIC HONOR CODE AND SEAHAWK RESPECT COMPACT: Please refer to Section V in your student handbook and Dean of Students’ website (http://www.uncw.edu/stuaff/doso/) about Academic Honor Code for the definition and procedures about academic dishonesty offenses. The Seahawk Respect Compact (http://www.uncw.edu/diversity/src.html) expresses the core values essential to an open, respectful learning and working environment.

DISABILITY: If you have a disability and need reasonable accommodations in this course, you should inform me of this fact in writing within the first week of classes. If you have not already done so, you must register with the Office of Disability Services in Westside Hall (extension 7555) and obtain a copy of your Accommodation Letter. You should then meet with me to make arrangements based on the recommendations in the Accommodation Letter.

IMPORTANT DATES:

August 25, SeaNet closes for registration or drop (without grade).

October 7, Last day to withdraw with W.