InstructorName: Michael MedvinskyClasses: MW 6:00pm7:50pm, DAN 434 Office Hours: MW right after the class, or by appointment Office: SAS 3266 TAName: Dylan BruceClasses: Section A: T 4:30pm5:20pm, SAS 1216 Section B: T 6:00pm6:50pm, SAS 2235 Office Hours: Tuesday 3  4pm and Thursday 3  5pm., or by appointment Office: SAS 3219
Prerequisites:MA 141 with grade of C or better or AP Calculus credit.The course
MA241 is the second of three semesters in calculus sequence.
Student will learn techniques and applications of integration, elementary differential equations, sequences, series, power series, and Taylor's Theorem.
Course Outline General Information TextFranke, Griggs, and Norris, Calculus II for Engineers and Scientists, included with WebAssign.Recitations:Each student will be enrolled in one of two Tuesday Recitation sections. Recitation classes will provide opportunities for reviews, help on homework, team work, practice. Recitations assignments will be worth 10% of your final grade grade given that you have submited at least 70% of the assignments.Recitation worksheets:Worksheet 1Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3 Worksheet 4 Worksheet 5 Worksheet 6 Worksheet 7 part 1 and part 2 (from lecture) Worksheet 8 Worksheet 9 Worksheet 10 Worksheet 11 Worksheet 12 Worksheet 13 Worksheet 14 Final Review WebAssignAll students must register online with WebAssign and pay the appropriate fees. Login to WebAssign here. Due dates can be found on the WebAssign page. Do not procrastinate; start these early. Late submissions will not be accepted and no extensions will be given. WebAssign assignments will be worth 10% of your final grade grade given that you have submited at least 70% of the assignments.MapleThe Math department maintains a comprehensive Calculus with Maple webpage webpage. There are 6 scheduled Maple Homework Assignments distributed throughout the semester. The "Start" and the "Due Dates" are listed on the Maple webpage. Students with no prior knowledge in Maple will learn the Introductory Material on the MAPLE webpage. Maple assignments will be worth 10% of your final grade given that you have submited at least 70% of the assignments.Reading and lectures
Prior to class meetings, students are expected to read the book, and to be prepared to discuss, course material in the text.
Handouts I've given in this class Handout 1 Handout 2 Handout 3 Integral of cos^n x and sin^n x Handout 4 Handout 5 Differential Equations Sequences and Series Power Series Handouts I've given when taught MA141 Here is the handouts, worksheets and also the notes I wrote for myself when I prepared for classes in U of U which covering relevant material to this class, you are welcome to have it (be careful, it may have mistakes). Lecture Notes(mainly 1928) and Lecture Notes(18), Worksheets(18), Handouts(16) Here is also a non comprehensive collection of links that may help you to learn. Exams:Dates are fixed. No make up test/exam will be given! Please plan your schedule around these dates now. (The links below are placeholders only, the actual files will appear right in time  let me know if not.)
ADA Statement
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that reasonable accommodations be
provided for students with physical, sensory, cognitive, systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities.
Please contact me at the beginning of the semester to discuss any such accommodations for the course.
Grading
Provided that you have submitted at least 70% of asignments
your grade will be determined by your scores on the tests (4×10=40%), the final exam (30%) and the assignments Recitations(10%), Mapple(10%) and WebAssign(10%).
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