Calculus I, Math 1151 (class number 11616), Autumn Semester 2017

Instructor: Sergei Chmutov

Classes: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3:05 -- 4:35 PM at O-110.

TEXTBOOK:Calculus for Scientists and Engineers: Early Transcendentals. OSU 2nd Custom Edition, by Briggs, Cochran, Gillett (Pearson),
ISBN 9781323744659.
You should read sections of the book before they are studied in class.

Homework will be assigned through Carmen: and MyMathLab

Tests and quizzes: Every Friday will be a quiz. There will be three midterms and one final exams. You may NOT use your calculator. You may not use your text, notes, or solutions to assignments. Except for extraordinary reasons, you must take the examinations at the scheduled times.

Calculators WILL NOT BE PERMITTED during exams and quizzes.

MIDTERM 1 Friday, September 15. MIDTERM 2 Friday, October 20.
MIDTERM 3 Friday, November 17. FINAL EXAM Friday, December 8, 3:30-5:15 PM

Homework 100 Quizzes 100 Midterms 3x100 Final exam 200 TOTAL 700

A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D
90 87 83 80 77 73 70 67 63 60

Tentative daily schedule

GE information:
This mathematics course can be used, depending on your degree program, to satisfy the Quantitative and Logical Skills category of the General Education Requirement (GE). The goals and learning objectives for this category are:

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