MATH 106 CALCULUS and ANALYTIC GEOMETRY Mon, Wed, and Fri 8:00 to 9:40 AM Room E106 5 UNITS Instructor Larry Green Phone Number Office: 5414660 Extension 341 email: DrLarryGreen@gmail.com Class Grades Web Page: http://www.ltcconline.net/greenl/courses/106/106.htm
Required Text Calculus Ninth Edition by Larson Hostetler and Edwards Course Description The topics covered in this course include applications of the integral, techniques of integration, exponential and logarithmic functions, hyperbolic functions, and inverse trigonometric functions.
Student Learning Outcomes
Grading Policy Your letter grade will be based on your percentage of possible points. A 90  100% C 70  79% B 80  89% D 60  69% Homework: ......................................... .150 points Exam 1: Jan 30 ..................... .. ......150 points Exam 2: Feb 24 ................................ 150 points Exam 3: Mar 19 ..................... .. .150 points Final Exam: Mar 23 ............................ ..400 points Exam Policy Students are to bring calculators, pencils or pens, and paper to each exam. Grading will based on the progress towards the final answer, and the demonstration of understanding of the concept that is being tested, therefore, work must be shown in detail. Any student who cannot make it to an exam may elect to take the exam up to two days before the exam is scheduled. If all homework is completed and no more than three homework assignments are scored less than or equal to 5 points, then the midterm with the lowest score will be dropped.
Homework Policy Homework will be turned in at the end of class on
the date due. If a student has additional questions, that student may see me after class in my office and
then turn in the homework by 4:00 PM on the date due. Homework that is turned in within one week
of the due date will be counted as half credit. Homework may be turned later than one week after
the due date, but points will not be awarded. At the beginning of each class, a 2 to 5 minute quiz will be
given. Each quiz will count as 20% of the homework assignment and cannot
be made unless there is a proven medical excuse.
Daily Quizzes The first five minutes of each class, there will be a quiz that covers the main point from the previous lecture. Each quiz will count as 20% of the homework grade. Quizzes cannot be made up and will not be counted unless the corresponding homework is turned in on time. Office Hours: Monday ............................ 9:40 to 10:40 MSC Tuesday.......................... 1:00 to 2:00 A210 Wednesday .................... 12:00 to 1:00 A210 Thursday........................ 12:00 to 1:00 MSC Friday........................ 9:40 to 10:40 A210 CALCULATORS: A TI 89 graphing calculator is required for this class. Instructions on the TI 89 Calculator LEARNING DISABILITIES: If you have a learning disability, be sure to discuss your special needs with Larry. Learning disabilities will be accommodated. TUTORING: Tutors are available at no cost in A 201 (The Math Success Center). A WORD ON HONESTY: Cheating or copying will not be tolerated. People who cheat dilute the honest effort of the rest of us. If you cheat on a quiz or exam you will receive an F for the course, not merely for the test. Other college disciplinary action including expulsion might occur. Please dont cheat in this class. If you are having difficulty with the course, please see me. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS Lecture will always be geared towards an explanation of the topics that will be covered on the upcoming homework assignment. Date Section Topic Exercises 14 Introductions 16 4.4 Fundamental
Thms
5,10,15,20,27,34,52,73,90,102 19 5.1 Logs and Derivatives 1,39,44,47,52,57,66,76,77,83,88,92,106,113 111 5.2
Logs and
Integrals
1,6,11,16,21,26,31,38,47,54,58,61,69,85,90,106,107 113
5.3
Inverse Functions 71,74,76,81,82,97,99,100,101,102,103,104,112 116 Happy Birthday Martin Luther King 118
5.4
Exponential Functions
34,37,41,50,59,64,70,73,80,86,88,95,103,116,130 120 5.5
Other
Bases
42,51,60,65,70,73,79,92,107,110,122,124,125,SP 123 5.6 Derivatives of Inverse Trig 43,46,49,52,55,59,62,64,73,76,83,93,95,97,100 125 5.6 Derivatives
of Inverse Trig 43,46,49,52,55,59,62,64,73,76,83,93,95,97,100 127 5.8 Hyperbolic
Functions
1,8,15,22,29,43,57,67,71,79,82,84,91,111,SP
130 Exam I 21 6.1
Slope Fields, Euler
1,6,11,16,21,26,45,54,65,72,76,89,92,96 23 6.2
Growth and Decay
1,6,11,16,21,28,37,58,63,67,69,71,74 26 6.3
Separation of Variables
1,6,11,16,20,25,29,34,39,45,53,60,65,72,77,79,83,92,93 28
7.1
Bounded
Area
1,6,9,14,21,28,35,40,43,50,55,60,65,69,78,87,96,99 210 7.2 Volume by Discs 1,6,10,13,17,22,27,32,35,44,46,54,65,69,75 213 7.3 Volume by Shells 1,6,9,15,18,21,28,41,48,51,58,SP 215 7.4
Arc Length & Surface
Area 1,6,11,16,25,27,33,36,40,45,52,55,58,66 217 Happy Birthday Lincoln 220 Happy Birthday Washington
222 7.5 Work 1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,25,28,31,36,39,41,SP 224 Exam II 227 Return
Exam II 229 Snow Day 32 7.6
Moments and Centroids
1,8,18,23,26,32,33,36,43,48,52,59
35 7.7 Fluid Pressure 1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,23,25,26,29,36 37 8.1
Integration
Rules
1,15,29,36,43,63,74,83 39 8.3 Trig Integrals 5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,54,59,68,87,92,97,104,SP 312 8.4
Trig Substitution 1,4,7,10,13,18,23,28,35,41,46,49,54,63,67,70,75,82
314 8.5
Partial Fractions 1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,25,28,31,34,39,42,45,48,51,60,64,67
316 8.7
L'Hopital's Rule 1,9,18,27,36,47,54,61,84,95,101,103,104 319 Exam III 323 Comprehensive Final Exam 8:00 AM  9:50 AM HOW TO SUCCEED IN A MATH CLASS

