MAT 296 - M003 - Calculus II - Spring 2017

Instructor: Stephan Wehrli
Email: smwehrli@syr.edu
Office: 304B Carnegie
Office hours: TTh 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Lectures: TTh 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM, Carnegie 122
Recitations: Friday 8 AM - 9:20 AM, Carnegie 114
Recitation Instructor: Marius Mueller, 103C Archbold, mamuelle@syr.edu

Text: Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd ed by James Stewart.

Syllabus: Please read the course-wide syllabus and the addendum for this section for more information.

Homework and Quizzes: There will be online WebAssign homework as well as optional written homework. A list of suggested written homework problems can be found in the course-wide syllabus. A quiz will be given in most recitation meetings.

WebAssign: You will need to create a WebAssign account at http://www.webassign.net. You will "self enroll" into this section of MAT 296 by using the following class key: syr 1089 9689. Please use your SU NetID username for your username and your @syr.edu email address. Make sure your name is as it appears in MySlice, including the capitalization! You will also need to purchase a WebAssign access code (an access code comes with some textbook bundles; https://webassign.com/support/student-support/access-codes/).

Exams: There will be three midterm exams during the semester. These exams will be given during recitation on the following dates: February 10, March 10, April 21. The Final Exam will be given sometime on Monday, May 8, 2017 between 8:00 AM and 2:30 PM.

Grading policy: Course grades will be computed using the percentages: 20% for each of the three midterm exams, 20% for the final exam, and a combined 20% for quizzes and online homework.

Calculator policy: Calculators and other electronic devices will not be permitted on quizzes or exams.

Links:

  • WebAssign - online homework, ebook
  • Blackboard - you can check your exam grades here
  • Math Help - some help resources available at Syracuse University
  • Course Schedule - see which sections of the book will tentatively be covered in each lecture