**PROFESSOR: DE WITT SUMNERS 112 LOVE 644-4406
sumners@math.fsu.edu**

**OFFICE HOURS: 2:00-3:00 PM Wednesday, 9:30-10:30
AM Thursday, or by appointment.
**

**ELIGIBILITY: **You
must have satisfied the course prerequisites listed below, and
must never have completed (with a grade of C- or better) a course
for which MAC 2311 is a (stated or implied) prerequisite. Students
with prior credit in college calculus are required to reduce the
credit for MAC 3211. It is your responsibility to check and prove
eligibility.

**PREREQUISITES: **You
must have passed MAC 1140 (College Algebra) and MAC 1113 (Trigonometry)
(respectively known as MAC 2140 and MAC 1114 at TCC) with a grade
of C- or better, or have appropriate transfer credit. Placement
in AMP Group 1 or 1H (or 2 if you are currently taking trigonometry)
is also considered to satisfy the prerequisite. AMP group 3A
with prior college algebra of AMP group 3B with prior college
trigonometry will also satisfy the prerequisite requirements**.
**

**TEXT: CALCULUS, 3RD EDITION,
JAMES STEWART, BROOKS-COLE (1995). THIS COURSE COVERS CHAPTERS
0,1,2,3,4,5 OF THIS TEXT.**

**PHILOSOPHY AND COURSE OBJECTIVES: **This
will be a course in the theory and practice of calculus. Calculus
was independently discovered by a pair of mathematical geniuses:
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) and Baron Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz
(1646-1719). They were competitors in its development; each had
a school of acolytes who disagreed with the other school. Calculus
is a triumph of quantitative reasoning over the forces of ignorance.
It should be fun to study. This course is designed to provide
understanding of the fundamental concepts of derivative and antiderivative,
and mastery of the calculation techniques necessary for the applications
of the calculus.

**HELP CENTER: **110
Milton Carothers Hall. Operating hours will be announced in class
as soon as they are determined.

**GRADES**: Your
final letter grade in this course will be determined by your performance
in the following areas:

**HOMEWORK**:
A list of assigned problems is found on the last page of this
syllabus. Ideally, we will spend class time discussing more challenging
problems and the ideas behind the calculus, instead of massive
quantities of routine problems.

**QUIZZES AND CLASS PARTICIPATION**:
Students are expected to attend class, and to have done (at a
minimum) the assigned homework. Students are encouraged to work
problems not specifically assigned. There will be unscheduled
quizzes (about 10 of them, usually on Thursdays).

**CALCULATORS: **Use
of scientific and graphing calculators in class (and computers
at home!) is encouraged. Sharing calculators during a quiz or
exam is prohibited.

**WEB SITE FOR THIS CLASS:**

**http://www.math.fsu.edu/~sumners/MAC2311.html**

**HOUR EXAMS**:

**EXAM #1--THURSDAY,
JANUARY 29, 1998.**

** EXAM #2--THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1998.**

** EXAM #3--THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1998.**

**FINAL EXAM**--**MONDAY,
APRIL 27, 1998 10:00 AM-12:00 NOON**.

Your final grade will be determined as follows:

Quizzes : 25% of the final grade.

Hour tests: 45% of the final grade

Final exam: 30% of the final grade

**GRADING SCALE**:
A = 90-100%; B = 80-89%; C = 70-79%; D = 60-69%; F = 0-59%.

No __+__ grades will be given.

**MAKE-UPS: NONE GIVEN**.
Your 2 lowest quiz scores will be dropped. If you miss one hour
exam and give me a valid written excuse, your final exam will
be used as the grade for your missed exam. If you miss two or
more hour exams, and/or the final exam, you have a **VERY**
**BIG PROBLEM**.

**MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY
**

** 1/8 0.1,0.2
**

**1/12 0.5 1/13 1.1 1/15 1.2
**

**1/19 HOLIDAY 1/20 1.3 1/22 1.5
**

**1/26 1.6 1/27 REVIEW 1/29 EXAM #1
**

**2/2 2.1 2/3 2.2 2/5 2.3
**

**2/9 2.4 2/10 2.5 2/12 2.6,2.7
**

**2/16 2.8 2/17 2.9 2/19 2.10
**

**2/23 3.1 2/24 3.2 2/26 3.3
**

**3/2 3.4 3/3 REVIEW 3/5 EXAM #2
**

**3/9 SPRING BEAK 3/10 SPRING BREAK 3/12
SPRING BREAK
**

**3/16 3.5 3/17 3.6 3/19 3.8
**

**3/23 3.9 3/24 3.10 3/26 4.1
**

**3/30 4.2 3/31 4.3 4/2 4.4
**

**4/6 4.5 4/7 REVIEW 4/9 EXAM #3
**

**4/13 5.1 4/14 5.2 4/16 5.3
**

**4/20 5.4 4/21 5.5 4/23 REVIEW**

I am expecting that these assigned problems
shall be worked (or at least attempted) by all students. You
are encouraged to work problems not specifically assigned. You
should work enough of the easy problems to be sure you have the
concept down; then spend some time working challenging problems.

**0.1 **1,5,11,27,45,51,53,55,59,64,77,79,83,89,97

**0.2 **3,17,27

**O.5
**

**1.1 **1,3,5,7

**1.2 **1,5,9,23,26

**1.3 **1,13,21,43,57,71,75

**1.5 **1,13,17,25,31,43,47

**1.6 **1,5,13,15,17

**2.1 **1,7,15,19,25,34,51

**2.2 **1,5,11,19,28,33,39,47,51,57,71

**2.3 **1,9,11,13,18,21

**2.4 **1,9,13,17,27,33,39,45,53

**2.5 **1,7,11,17,23,34,47,51,59,65,77

**2.6 **1,7,15,19,23,30,35,39,43

**2.7 **1,9,17,25,31,37,4147

**2.8 **1,7,13,17,19,25,29,33**
**

**2.9 **1,9,15,19,25,29,33,37,47,53

**2.10 **1,5,9,15,27

**3.1 **1,7,13,17,25,31,39,43,47,51,64

**3.2 **1,5,11,15,17,23,27,35

**3.3 **1,5,9,15,21,27,31,39,43,46

**3.4 **1,5,13,17,21,25,27

**3.5** 1,7,11,19,27,41,51,53,58

**3.6 **1,5,11,19,25,31,35,39

**3.8 **1,4,5,9,15,21,31,37,43,46

**3.9 **1,5,11,17

**3.10 **1,7,13,19,23,27,31,37,39,51,57,65

**4.1 **1,4,14,17,21,27,35,40,41,47,51

**4.2 **1,7,11,15,23

**4.3 **1,7,15,19,23,31,33,39,44,47,49,52,57,63

**4.4 **1,7,13,17,25,30,41,51,59,67,75,7985,95

**4.5 **1,5,9,19,23,25,31,41,49,52,67

**5.1 **1,3,9,15,23,27,33,47

**5.2 **1,9,19,27,35,39,43,49,61,63,67,71

**5.3 **1,5,11,17,23,27,37,41

**5.4 **1,5,11,15,17,23,25

**5.5 **1,5,7,13,16