Dr. Sadun's M408D Calculus, Fall 2002

**Unique numbers**: 56095, 56100, 56105
**Lecture Meeting time and place**: Tu-Th 9:30--11, CPE
2.214.
**Discussion Sections:**

56095: MW
8-9, BUR 116

56100: MW
3-4, RLM 6.122

56105: MW
4-5, RLM 5.116

Sections will meet beginning September 2.
**Web page**: http://www.ma.utexas.edu/users/sadun/F02/M408D
**Professor**: Lorenzo
Sadun, RLM 9.114, x1-7121
**Office hour**s: Tentatively Tu-Th 8:30-9:15, MW 10-11.
I generally keep an open door and welcome visitors at other times, too.
**TA**: Kyle
Schalm
**Textbook:** Calculus, One and Several Variables, by
Salas, Hille and Etgen, 8th edition.
**Prerequisites**: M408C or equivalent with a grade of
at least C, or advanced placement credit approved by the mathematics department.
If you do not meet these requirements you will __AUTOMATICALLY__ be
dropped from the course.
**Syllabus:** Most of chapters 9-15, and part of chapter
16.
**Attendance**: Attendance **and participation** in
lecture and in discussion section is mandatory.
**Homework and quizzes**: There will be weekly problem
sets, listed in http://www.ma.utexas.edu/users/sadun/F02/M408D/hwk.html.
These will not be collected, but will be the basis for short quizzes given
(almost) every Wednesday in section.
**Exams:** There will be two in-class midterm exams, on
October 3 and November 5, plus a final exam on December 14. These
exams will all be closed book. However, each student will be allowed to
bring a single letter-sized ``crib sheet'' (2-sided) to each midterm, and
2 crib sheets to the final. These notes must be __HANDWRITTEN ORIGINALS
- NO XEROXING ALLOWED__.
**Grading:** Each midterm counts 25%. The final exam counts
50%. The homework quizzes, taken together, count 25%. At the end of the
term I will drop your lowest 25%. The final grade distribution is
neither a straight scale nor a fixed curve. It depends on how well the
class does as a whole, but I have typically given more B's than C's, more
C's than A's, more A's than F's, and more F's than D's.
**Honor system:** There will be a vote on the first
day of class on whether to govern the class by the honor system.
See accompanying
page
for details.
**Disabilities: **The University of Texas at Austin provides
upon request appropriate academic accommodations for qualified students
with disabilities. For more information, contact the Office of the Dean
of Students at 471-6259, 471-4641 TTY