COURSE DOCUMENTS 
Go
there to find the list of the homework problems,
review problems for each exam (appear one week before
the exam), and other important documents. 

Important Dates 


Textbook 
James Stewart: Calculus: Early
Transcendentals; 8th Edition,
Cengage Learning Important: together with the textbook you will need to have WebAssign Instant Access for Calculus, MultiTerm Courses. Please DO NOT buy any earlier edition of this book OR any used books (they will not let you access WebAssign because the WebAssign codes ARE NOT transferable). You can find information about available buying options here. 

Syllabus 
We will cover most of
the sections in Chapters 2 5 Chapter 2: Limits and Derivatives Chapter 3: Differentiation Rules Chapter 4: Applications of Differentiation Chapter 5: Integrals 

Exams See the Exam Security Policy here 
There will be two common
midterm exams and a comprehensive common final
exam. The dates are:


Common
Qizzes 
Important:
you will have Review Quiz given
on WebAssign in the beginning of the second week of
classes. It will be based on precalculus material.
Students who perform poorly on this Review Quiz will
be recommended to move to Math 1022, Precalculus. The
score for Review Quiz will count for 1% of your Course
Average. You will also have Quiz on Derivatives which will test your differentiation skills. It will be given in class during the 8th or 9th week of the semester (the exact date will be announced after Test 1). Its score will count for 2% of your Course Average. 

Quizzes
/Homework 
Part
of your homework will be assigned on WebAssign and
will be graded by the computer. Your instructor will
inform you how often the other part of the homework
will be collected and how regularly you will have
inclass quizzes. 

Calculator
Policy 
NO
CALCULATORS, including cell phone calculators, will
be allowed on the exams and on most of your quizzes. 

Grading
Policy 


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(Please enter your WA grades and Quiz
Average as % and your grades for the exams as the
actual number of points you got, DO NOT transform them
in %.) 