Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College 2101 14th Street Cloquet, Minnesota 55720 Office: W217 Phone: 218-879-0840 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fall 2019 Class Schedule: 8-8:50am MTWHF Calculus 1 Room 228 12-12:50pm MWF College Algebra Room 228 12-12:50pm TH Trigonometry Room 228 -online- Intro. to Pogramming -online- Office Hours in Room W217: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 11-noon 11-noon 11-noon 11-noon 11-noon
All materials handed out in class will be online from this web site. You can also naviage from this simpler URL: math.fdltcc.edu
All current and past assignments are on the course website listed by date under the tentative schedule.
Calculus, by Thomas & Finney; pub Addison Wesley 9th: ISBN: 0201531747 , or Alternate: ISBN 0-321-19363-6 (These two editions are page-for-page identical.) This textbook is in the FDLTCC bookstore at a modest price. You can also usually find used copies online at very reasonable prices. For a supplement (a different view and extra exercises), there is a free calculus book by Strng of MIT available here coutesy of openstax: http://cs.fdltcc.edu/wetherbee/m2001/materials/
You may have a calculator already, but make sure that it is a scientific calculator. If you need to buy one, I recommend a cheap calculator like a TI-30XS. This does what you need, and the bookstore sells them for under $20 .
The TI 83+ and 84 are the most popular TI models, but the TI 85 and 86 also work well. Casio also has nice graphing calculators. The TI 89 is harder to use for this class and is just about the same cost as a mini- notebook computer which can be loaded up with free and better mathematical software. In any case, bring a scientific calculator to class. You can use these for exams and quizzes.
Do not play games, email, text, chat, surf, talk, etc. etc. on your PEDs. Turn these things off during class and put them away. At times a PED, laptop, or other computer device may be useful in class. Still, turn them off and put them away until you are told when they will be useful and allowed. PEDs and computers are not allowed for exams or quizzes.
This is software like Mathematica and Maple which can do symbolic algebra, graphing, and many other mathematical things, but SageMath is free. You can download it yourself from sagemath.org then install on a Gnu/Linux machine, but it is probably easier to use the FDLTCC server above.
You can also use URL https://math.fdltcc.edu because this is a secure connection which is redirected from http://math.fdltcc.edu/sagemath; the "s" after "http" means secure. You may be told that there is no security certificate, and there is not one yet for this web site. You can safely add an exception for this sagemath website to just do math. (You should never do this for online banking or any other online service which handles anything personal which must be secure.)
Note that these are class accounts, so everyone will be able to see work done by everyone else. There is no privacy. Put nothing private or even identifiable to yourself online--which is excellent advice for everything on any Internet service. Make up worksheet names which you can remember yet which are not identifiable to yourself, and use these just for math.
4 tests 4x100 = 400 1 final 200 50 homework 2x50 = 100 ----------------------- 700 total 90-100% A 80-90% B 70-80% C 60-70% D 0-60% F
This course addresses FDLTCC liberal education requirements (Competencies Across the Curriculum) in problem solving and technology. You should come to class everyday! This is the easy way to do well in any course, and it is especially true for math classes. There are exercises in the text for you to do, and these are usually answered at the end of each chapter. You will also get homework assignments on handouts, and you should complete then hand these in at the beginning of the next class. You homework grade is based on completing and turning in these homework handouts. You will also get sample exams which will be similar in length and content to the in-class exams. Let me know if there is are accommodations you need for the class.
Mon aug26 1 p1 reals h1 Tue aug27 2 p2 plane, increments h2 Wed aug28 3 p3 functions h3 Thu aug29 4 p4 graphing h4 Fri aug30 5 p5 trig defs h5 Mon sep02 H Labor Day Tue sep03 6 p5 trig graphs h6 Wed sep04 7 p5 trig identities h7 Thu sep05 8 1.1 rates of change h8 Fri sep06 9 1.2 limits h9 Mon sep09 10 1.3 formal limits h10 Tue sep10 11 1.4 extension of limits h11 Wed sep11 12 1.5 continuity h12 Thu sep12 13 1.6 tangent lines h13 Fri sep13 14 T1 review Sample Test 1 Mon sep16 15 T1 Tue sep17 16 2.1 the derivative h14 Wed sep18 17 2.2 differentiation h15 Thu sep19 18 2.4 trig derivatives h16 Fri sep20 19 2.5 chain rule h17 Mon sep23 20 2.5 chain rule Tue sep24 21 2.6 implicit diff h18 Wed sep25 22 2.7 related rates h18b Thu sep26 23 2.7 Fri sep27 24 T2 review Sample Test 2 Mon sep30 25 T2 Tue oct01 26 3.1 extreme values h19 Wed oct02 27 3.2 mean value theorem h20 Thu oct03 28 3.3 1st derivative test h21 Fri oct04 29 3.4 graph with y' and y" h22 Mon oct07 30 3.6 optimization h23 Tue oct08 31 3.6 Wed oct09 32 3.8 Newton's method h25 Thu oct10 33 3.8 lab on Newton's method Fri oct11 34 3.5 infinite limits h24 Mon oct14 35 3.7 differentials and linearization (h24) Tue oct15 36 T3 review Sample Test 3 Wed oct16 37 T3 Thu oct17 NC No Classes Fri oct18 NC No Classes Mon oct21 38 4.1 indefinite integral h26 Tue oct22 39 4.2 differential notation h27 Wed oct23 40 4.3 substitution h28 Thu oct24 41 4.4 estimation with Riemann sums h29 Fri oct25 42 4.5 Riemann sums h30 Mon oct28 43 4.6 mean value theorem h31 Tue oct29 44 4.7 fundamental theorem of calculus h32 Wed oct30 45 4.8 sub in def integrals h33 Thu oct31 46 4.9 numerical integration lab h34 Fri nov01 47 5.1 area between curves h35 Mon nov04 48 5.2 volumes by slicing h36 Tue nov05 49 5.3 solids of revolution h37 Wed nov06 50 5.4 cylindrical shells h38 Thu nov07 51 5.5 length of plane curves h39 Fri nov08 52 5.7 moments and centers of mass h40 Mon nov11 H Holiday Tue nov12 53 5.7 Wed nov13 54 5.8 work h41 Thu nov14 55 5.8 Fri nov15 56 5.9 fluid forces h42 Mon nov18 57 5.9 Tue nov19 58 T4 review Sample Test 4 Wed nov20 59 T4 Thu nov21 60 6.1; 6.2 natural log Fri nov22 61 6.3 exponential function Mon nov25 62 6.4 6.4 a^x and log_a(x) Tue nov26 63 6.5 growth and decay Wed nov27 DD No Classes Thu nov28 H Holiday Fri nov29 H Holiday Mon dec02 64 6.6 L-Hopital's rule Tue dec03 65 6.8 inverse trig functions; 6.9 derivative Wed dec04 66 6.10 hyperbolic trig functions Thu dec05 67 6.11 separable differential equations Fri dec06 68 6.11 applications Mon dec09 69 6.11 1st order differential equations Tue dec10 70 6.11 applications Wed dec11 71 6.12 Euler's method with shooting Thu dec12 72 6.12 Euler's method Fri dec13 73 6.12 lab Mon dec16 74 Final exam review Tue dec17 T1 12-1:50pm Room 228 (math1015) Wed dec18 T2 8-9:50am Room 228 (math2001), 12- 1:50pm Room 228 (math1010) Thu dec19 T3 Fri dec20 T4