Text: Calculus, R. Ellis and D. Gulick, 6^{th} Edition
Course Description:
Introduction to calculus, including functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative,
sketching of graphs of functions, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area.
The course will cover all of chapters 25 and Section 10.3.
Material covered so far:

Date  Assignment  Material Covered 
June 3  PreCalculus Exam  All precalculus material 
June 6  Quiz 1  2.12.3 
June 10  Quiz 2  2.42.5 
June 13  Group Quiz 3  3.13.3 
June 17  Test 1  2.13.4 
June 20  Quiz 4  3.43.7 
June 24  Quiz 5  3.84.1 (Bring Scientific Calculators) 
June 27  Group Quiz 6  4.24.4 
July 1  Test 2  3.54.5 
July 7  Quiz 7  4.64.7 
July 10  Quiz 8  4.85.1 
July 14  Group Quiz 9  5.25.3 
July 15  Test 3  4.65.3 
July 18  Quiz 10  5.45.5 
July 22  Quiz 11  5.65.7 
July 25  Final Exam  2.15.8 and 10.3 
Grading: Your grade will be based on the following 510 points:
1 PreCalc exam @ 20 points  20 points 
4 exams @ 100 points each  400 points 
11 Quizzes @ 10 points each  90 points 
Total Points  510 points 
A  459 points 
B  408 points 
C  357 points 
D  306 points 
Exam, Quizzes & Homeworks:
There will be one precalculus exam given on the second day of class and four regular exams. The
last one (given on the 25th of July) will be comprehensive. The exam material for each of the first three regular exams will be
announced in class and posted on the webpage of the course. In general each test will cover the material that was taught from the previous test and then. I also reserve the right to include a question from the previous
exam, so make sure that you have learned from your mistakes. Moreover
I plan to give eleven quizzes, each worth 10 points. The lowest
two quizzes will be dropped. The material tested on the quiz will be whatever we covered from the day of the previous
quiz (including the material taught that day).
Calculators will NOT be premitted during quizzes and exams.
I will not be collecting homework. However the syllabus (it can be found above) offers a large number of
recommended problems. You are strongly encouraged to do these problems.
Feel free to ask questions on the homework either at the start of the lecture or during office hours. Quiz and exam questions will be similar if not identical to
homework questions. It is advisable to keep up with class work
and attend class regularly, especially because the pace of a summer
course is so accelerated.
Graphics Calculators: Graphics calculators will be used in the course and you will need them to do some of the assigned homework problems. The Texas Instruments (TI8x) are the preferred
types (they are availible at the bookstore). However no calculators will be allowed during exams and quizzes.
Makeup policy: There will be no makeup quizzes. Exam makeups will only be given for University Excused Absences. Any student with a valid reason to be excused from a quiz must contact me prior to the quiz, either by email or in person ,and present documentation at the next class session attended. If you need to be excused from a quiz for religious reasons, you should let me know as soon as possible, preferably in the beginning of the semester.
Resources: If you need help outside the classroom: