Welcome to Collin College
Math 2415.WS1 Syllabus
Spring 2019 - CRN 21509
http://faculty.collin.edu/rkhoury
Course: Math 2415.WS1 (Calculus III) | Instructor: Dr. R. Khoury |
Math Lab: D203 972-881-5921 - http://www.collin.edu/studentresources/tutoring/ | Office: D226 Announcement: Canvas |
Meeting Time: Online - Credit hours: 4 Lecture hrs: 3 Lab hrs: 3 | Office hours: Online and by appointment |
Chat Room: Online Generic College Syllabus | E-mail: rkhoury@collin.edu |
Final Exam: Online (See Calendar) http://www.collin.edu/academics/final_exam_schedule.html | Phone: 972-881-5909 |
Last day to withdraw this class is March 22nd Census Day: February 4th | Required Graphing Calculators: Any calculator |
Catalog Description: Advanced topics in calculus, including vectors and vector-valued functions, partial differentiation, Lagrange multipliers, multiple integrals, and Jacobians; application of line integral, including Green's Theorem, the Divergence Theorem, and Stokes' Theorem. Lab included.
Required Textbook and Supplements:
Textbook: Calculus, Early
Transcendentals - James Stewart - 8th edition - 2016 -
Cengage
Learning Choice 1: Textbook plus WebAssign Choice 2: E-Book plusWebAssign (Preferred) Instructional DVD Series are posted in Canvas. Student Solutions Manual is optional https://www.cengage.com/c/calculus-early-transcendentals-8e-stewart |
Course Description: This
course studies advanced topics in calculus, including vectors and vector-valued
functions, partial differentiation, Lagrange Multipliers,
multiple integration
and Jacobians; application of the line integral, including Green’s Theorem, the
Divergence Theorem, and Stoke’s theorem. Lab included.
Course Credit Hours: 4 Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3 Clinical/Recitation Hours: 0
Placement Assessment(s): Prior to enrolling in this course, the student must demonstrate eligibility to enroll in the following: MATH 2318, MATH 2320, or higher.
Prerequisite: MATH 2414 or equivalent Concurrent Enrollment: None Corequisite: None
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course,
students should be able to do the following:
1. Perform calculus operations on vector-valued functions, including
derivatives, integrals, curvature, displacement, velocity, acceleration and
torsion.
2. Perform calculus operations on functions of several variables, including
partial derivatives, directional derivatives and multiple integrals.
3. Find extrema and tangent planes.
4. Solve problems using the Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals, Green's
Theorem, the Divergence Theorem, and Stokes' Theorem.
5. Apply the computational and conceptual principles of calculus to the
solutions of real-world problems.
Withdrawal Policy: Under section 51.907 of the Texas Education Code, students may not withdraw from more than six
courses including any course a transfer student has withdrawn from at another Texas institute of higher education. For
exemptions, visit http://www.collin.edu/gettingstarted/register/withdrawal.html. Please see your instructor before you withdraw
and the current Collin Registration Guide for the last day to withdrawal.
Course Withdrawal: To drop this class, you need to do the following:
1. Attain a Drop/Add sheet from the registrar’s office;
2. Turn in the completed form to the office of Admission and Records 972-881-5710 on or prior to the drop deadline date.
3. All students will receive an F if they do not finish this class and do not withdraw on or prior to the drop deadline date.
4. Make sure your course withdrawal satisfies the
college withdrawal policy.
Collin College Academic Policies: “See the current Collin Student Handbook.”
Americans with Disabilities Act:
Collin College will adhere to all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and guidelines with respect to providing
reasonable accommodations as required to afford equal opportunity. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the ACCESS
office, SCC-G200 or 972.881.5898 (V/TTD: 972.881.5950) to arrange for appropriate accommodations. See the current Collin
Student Handbook for additional information.
You need to have both the
Class Key (your instructor will give you that) and the Access Code (buy from
Collin's bookstore) to enroll in WebAssign.
Five
steps to remember:
1. Go to www.webassign.net
(WebAssign) through Canvas
2. Click on Have a Class Key link, fill in the class key in the pop-up window.
3. Create a user name and password for yourself and make sure you use your
Cougar email as your official email address.
4. You log in using your user name and password.
5. Enter the Access Code. (If you don't have Access Code, you can buy it from
the bookstore, directly from Cengage, or online through WebAssign)
Textbook:
Required Graphing Calculators and supplies: Any
Minimum Technology Requirement:
http://www.collin.edu/academics/ecollin.
Find out if you are ready to take an online course by completing the e-learning readiness assessment SmarterMeasure http://www.collin.edu/academics/ecollin/ This is an important tool that helps determine your skills for taking an online course. From the Smarter Measure assessment, you will discover information about your:
Reading Speed and Comprehension
Technical Competency and Knowledge
Typing Speed and Accuracy
Personal Attributes that relate to distance learning success
Please visit the e-Collin support website (http://online.collin.edu) and select SmarterMeasure http://www.collin.edu/academics/ecollin/ to take this assessment.
Netiquette Expectations:
(Expectations for electronic discussions and mail communication)
1. Standards of courtesy and respect must be maintained at all times in
our online “classroom.” Join in to the discussion, but remember that this is
still a “classroom” setting and that respect and
consideration are crucial for any
intellectual discussions.
2. Discussion areas are the place for intelligent and respectful airing of
ideas. Name-calling and personal attacks are not permitted.
3. Any violation of the standards of appropriate behavior online will be
reported to the Dean of Students and appropriate disciplinary action will be
taken by the college.
Academic Ethics: The college may initiate disciplinary proceedings
against a student accused of scholastic dishonesty. Scholastic dishonesty
includes, but is not limited to, statements, acts, or omissions related to
applications for enrollment or the award of a degree, and/or the submission of
material as one’s own work that is not one’s own. Scholastic dishonesty may
involve one or more of the following acts: cheating, plagiarism, collusion,
and/or falsifying academic records. Cheating is the willful giving or
receiving of information in an unauthorized manner during an examination,
illicitly obtaining examination questions in advance, using someone else’s work
for assignments as if it were one’s own, copying computer disks or files, and
any other dishonest means of attempting to fulfill the requirements of a course.
Plagiarism is the use of an author’s words or ideas as if they were one’
s own without giving credit to the source, including, but not limited to,
failure to acknowledge a direct quotation. Contact the Dean of Students at
972-881-5604 for the student disciplinary process and procedures or consult the
Collin College Student Handbook.
Academic penalty for scholastic dishonesty: Students will receive a zero on those assignments where they were found guilty by the Dean of Students for scholastic dishonesty, i.e., cheating, collusion, etc. as stated above; also, for repeated occurrences of these incidences, students will receive a failing grade in this class section.
Course Resources: None.
Course Requirements:
Read assigned material in WebAssign as assigned in the course calendar.
Watch all four DVD lectures in Canvas and in WebAssign.
Work and submit all assigned Lab sections problems posted in WebAssign.
Complete and submit on time the four Exams posted in Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU.
Complete and submit on time the Final exam posted in Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU.
It is highly recommended to read each section before you watch instructional lectures and read the e-book in WebAssign. You are expected to copy lecture notes as you watch them and use your notes to study for each exam. Also, you are expected to work all Lab problems as assigned in WebAssign for each section; and most of all, it is highly recommended to work the Exam's review problems before taking each Exam as well as the Final. All Exams are similar to the Exam's review problems, lectures, and Labs. You are expected to use any of the Collin's Math Labs located while studying. Online Lab problems in WebAssign are graded.
Attendance Policy: This is an online course with a Lab component in which students are required to complete Labs, Exams, and Final.
Aspects of the class: All Labs are in WebAssign, while Exams, and Final are online in Canvas. Once you submit your worked problems, both you and I can see your graded scores. Also, you should be able to see the Labs and Exams questions after you submit them in WebAssign and in Canvas.
Method of Evaluation: Students will receive a zero
grade on every missed Exam and
Lab. No makeup
is allowed under any circumstances. Otherwise, grades will be assigned based on
the average of the following tasks. Open and
read instructions before taking your Exams and Labs.
20% Four Lab assignments (To be taken in WebAssign through Canvas)
60% Four Exams (Drop one lowest exam grade)
To be taken online in WebAssign through Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU
20% Comprehensive Final Exam taken online in WebAssign through Canvas in the testing center or
through ProctorU
Lab grades will be be automatically graded and posted in WebAssign, while
Exams, and Final grades will be automatically graded and grades will be posted
in Canvas. Discussions posted in the discussion board will not be graded.
Your course letter grade will be assigned as follows:
90-100 = A 80-89 = B 70-79
= C 60-69 = D 0-59 = F
Each Lab section consists of 25 questions. Labs are in WebAssign.
Exam questions are similar to the Lab and Exam review questions. Each Exam consists
of 25 questions and each question is worth 4 points. Each exam
must be taken in the testing center through Canvas or through ProctorU. You are only allowed any
graphing calculator and one 4" by 6" index card. Nothing else. A testing center employee
will offer you blank scratch papers to be turned in before you leave. Also, you
should only login to Canvas and do not open any other tabs beside the assessment
tab or any browsers or use any other devices or cell phones.
Final exam questions are similar to
the Lab and and Exam questions. Final consists of 25 questions
and each question is worth 4 points. Final exam must be taken in the testing center
in WebAssign through Canvas or through ProctorU.
You are allowed any graphing calculator on the Exam and one 4" by 6" index card.
Nothing else. A testing center employee will offer you blank scratch papers to
be turned in before you leave. Also, you should only login to Canvas and do not
open any other tabs beside the assessment tab or any browsers or use any other
devices or cell phones.
Makeup Policy: Every student
is expected to take all assessments and submit them according to the course calendar.
No makeup is allowed under any circumstances and
beyond the assessments posted dates in the course calendar. A zero grade will be
assigned to every missed assessment. Students cannot
take any
assessment beyond the posted dates in
Canvas. Your
grade will be assigned based on the average of the above tasks.
Requirements for Participation in Online Discussion or
Collaborative Activities: Students are required to
participate in self introductions but discussions will not be graded.
Evaluation of Instructions: Collin
College seeks to improve the learning experience of all students. To assist in
evaluating courses, students will be requested to complete an evaluation of
instruction form near the end of the semester through the Distance Learning
Department.
Additional information:
Course Calendar
Math Lab Hours
On Line Tutoring: Through NetZero https://www.collin.edu/studentresources/tutoring/.
Canvas Help line: 972-377-1777
WebAssign help: 800-354-9706
I reserve the right to change any term on this syllabus at any time during
the semester.
Copyright © This site was last edited on
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - Dr.
Raja Khoury - Collin College - All Rights Reserved
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Welcome to Collin College
Math 2415 Calendar
Spring 2019
http://faculty.collin.edu/rkhoury
1. Read the e-book and work the assigned online Lab problems in
WebAssign.
Use the online step by step solution to selected Lab problems.
2. Work suggested textbook Exam review problems by using the optional student's solution manual for
step by step solution to selected problems.
3. Take advantage of free onsite tutoring located at Collin's Math Labs or through NetTutor https://www.collin.edu/studentresources/tutoring/.
Read instructions before taking your Exams and Labs | |||
Math 2415 Online - Spring 2019 | |||
Assignment | Lab availability in WebAssign | Exam availability in Canvas | Sections covered |
Exam 1 and Lab 1 |
Lab 1 is
available
on Jan 22 - Feb 17 |
Exam 1 is available on Feb 11 - 17 | 12.1- 12.6, 13.1 - 13.4 |
Exam 2 and Lab 2 |
Lab 2 is available on |
Exam 2 is available on Mar 18- 24 Mar 22 is last day to withdraw |
14.1 - 14.8 |
Exam 3 and Lab 3 |
Lab 3 is
available
on Mar 25 - Apr 21 |
Exam 3 is available on April 15 - 21 | 15.1 - 15.9 |
Exam 4 and Lab 4 |
Lab 4 is
available on Apr 22 - May 12 |
Exam 4 is available on May 6 - 12 | 16.1 - 16.9 |
Comprehensive Final Exam is available in Canvas on May 13 -
18 in the testing
center or online through ProctorU. Sections covered 12.1- 12.6, 13.1 - 13.4, 14.1 - 14.8, 15.1 - 15.9, 16.1 - 16.9 |
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Suggested Weekly schedule
Date | Section # |
Section Title (Students' Learning Objectives) |
Jan 22-27 |
Introductions 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 |
Introductions Three-Dimensional Coordinate Systems Vectors The Dot Product The Cross Product |
Jan 28-Feb 3 |
12.5 12.6 13.1 |
Equations of Lines
and Planes Cylinders and Quadric Surfaces Vector Functions and Space Curves |
Feb 4-10 |
13.2 13.3 13.4 |
Derivatives and Integrals of Vector Functions Arc Length and Curvature Motion in Space: Velocity and Acceleration |
Feb 11-17 |
Lab 1 is Due Exam 1 |
Take Exam 1 in WebAssign through Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU |
Feb 18-24 |
14.1 14.2 14.3 |
Functions of Several Variables Limits and Continuity Partial Derivatives |
Feb 25-Mar 3 |
14.4 14.5 14.6 |
Tangent Planes and Linear Approximations The Chain Rule Directional Derivatives and the Gradient Vector |
Mar 4-10 |
14.7 14.8 |
Maximum and Minimum Values Lagrange Multipliers |
Mar 11-17 | Spring Break | Spring Break |
Mar 18-24 |
Lab 2 is Due Exam 2 |
Take Exam 2 in WebAssign through Canvas
in the testing center or through ProctorU Last day to withdraw this class is March 22 |
Mar 25-31 |
15.1 15.2 15.3 |
Double Integrals over Rectangles Double Integrals over General Regions Double Integrals in Polar Coordinates |
Apr 1-7 | 15.4 15.5 15.6 |
Applications of Double Integrals Surface Area Triple Integrals |
Apr 8-14 |
15.7 15.8 15.9 |
Triple Integrals in Cylindrical Coordinates Triple Integrals in Spherical Coordinates Change of Variables in Multiple Integrals |
Apr 15-21 |
Lab 3 is Due Exam 3 |
Take Exam 3 in WebAssign through Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU |
Apr 22-28 |
16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 |
Vector Fields Line Integrals The Fundamental Theorem for Line Integrals Green’s Theorem Curl and Divergence |
Apr 29-May 5 |
16.6 16.7 16.8 16.9 |
Parametric Surfaces and Their Areas Surface Integral Stokes’ Theorem The Divergence Theorem |
May 6-12 |
Lab 4 is Due Exam 4 |
Submit Lab 4 in WebAssign Take Exam 4 WebAssign through Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU |
May 13-18 |
Comprehensive Final |
Take Final Exam in WebAssign through Canvas in the testing center or through ProctorU |
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