Radko, MS 5366
Office hours: Monday, 2-2:50; Wednesday, 12-12:50; Thursday, 11-11:50
Textbook: J. Rogawski, Single Variable Calculus, 2nd edition, W.H. Freeman & Co
Course material: We will study exponential and logarithmic functions, techniques of integrations and power series.
Prerequisite: Math 31 A.
Homework Quizzes The homework is assigned weekly but will not be collected. The main purpose of the homework is to give you a variety of practice problems that allow you to actively learn the class material. To check your understanding of homework problems, a weekly quiz will be conducted in the last 10 minutes of the discussion section. The quiz will include 1 homework problem on the material of the previous week. The quizzes will be graded by the reader and returned to you in the next discussion section. There will be no quiz during the week of Thanksgiving (9th week of classes). Please note that two lowest quiz scores will be dropped in the computation of your final grade.
Midterms: There will be two midterms on Monday, October, 17th and Monday, November, 14th (dates are to be confirmed) during the regular class hours. Please make sure you have no time conflicts. There will be no make-up exams. If you miss a midterm, the missed midterm will not count but the remaining midterm and the final exam will count for more.
Final exam: The final is on You must take the final in order to pass the class.
Grading: Your final class score will be computed as the maximum of the following:
Grading complaints: If you believe a problem on a quiz or on an exam has been graded incorrectly, or that your score was not correctly recorded, you must bring this to the attention of the instructor within 14 calendar days of the the date of the exam or quiz in question, and before the date of the final exam . Grading complaints not initiated within this period of time will not be considered. Please verify in a timely manner that your scores are correctly recorded in MyUCLA gradebook.