ANALYTIC GEOM AND CALC II
Fall 2019, Mon/Tue/Wed/Thur/Fri, 9:55am -- 10:45am; MSB 121
Instructor: Jing Li
This course continues study of techniques and applications of integration; trigonometric,
logarithmic and exponential functions; polar coordinates; vectors; parametric equations; sequences and series.
Office: 360 Mathematics and Computer Science Building
Phone: (330) 672-9111
Office hours: Mon/Wed: 11am--1pm; Fri: 12pm--1pm.
MATH 12002 or MATH 12012 with a minimum grade of C (2.0).
Students who do not have the proper prerequisites risk being deregistered from the class.
Essential Calculus, Volume I LLF (KSU custom edition), or Second Edition, by James Stewart, Cengage Learning.
Learning outcomes of this course can be found through the link
Homework will be assigned at the end of each lecture and will be posted on Blackboard. Homework will NOT be collected. But it is very important to do the homework, since they cover the approaches used in the quizzes and exams.
There will be five quizzes (count 30 points towards your final points),
four midterm exams (40 points total), and the final exam (30 points). The quizzes and midterm exams will
typically be scheduled on Friday in class.
The final exam time is Wednesday, December 11, 10:15am--12:30pm.
Points earned from your quizzes and exams will be posted on Blackboard. The final letter
grade will be posted through FlashLine after the final exam.
The official registration deadline for this course is August 28, 2019.
University policy requires all students to be officially
registered in each class they are attending. Students who are not
officially registered for a course by published deadlines should not be
attending classes and will not receive credit or a grade for the
course. Each student must confirm enrollment by checking his/her
class schedule (using Student Tools in FlashFast) prior to the deadline
indicated. Registration errors must be corrected prior to the
Your points earned from qizzes (30), midterm exams (40), and final exam (30), give your
final points, which determines your letter grade:
A (90 or above); B (80 or above); C (70 or above); D (60 or above); F (less than 60).
The last day to withdraw is October 30, 2019.
Other important Registrar dates can be found
STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY POLICY: University
policy 3342-3-01.3 requires that students with disabilities be provided
reasonable accommodations to ensure their equal access to course
content. If you have a documented disability and require
accommodations, please contact the instructor at the beginning of the
semester to make arrangements for necessary classroom
adjustments. Please note, you must first verify your eligibility
for these through Student Accessibility Services (contact 330-672-3391
or visit www.kent.edu/sas for
more information on registration procedures).
ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY AND PROCEDURES
REGARDING STUDENT CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM:
University policy 3342-3-01.8 deals with the problem of academic
dishonesty, cheating, and plagiarism. None of these will be tolerated in this
class. The sanctions provided in this policy will be used to deal with any
violations. For more information, refer to