MA 114 Calculus II: Spring 2014

(Sections 001-016)

 

Course coordinated by Changyou Wang at the University of Kentucky.

Instructor web pages.

Dr. Uwe Nagel: Sections 001-004
Dr. Peter Perry: Sections 005-008
Dr. Heide Gluesing-Luerssen: Sections 009-012
Dr. Changyou Wang: Sections 013-016


Lectures & Recitations

 

Section

Day/Time

Room

Lecturer

Office

e-mail

Phone

001-004

MWF 9:00-9:50

CB 114

Nagel

POT 763

uwe.nagel@uky.edu

859-257-6793

005-008

MWF 10:0010:50

CB 110

Perry

POT 755

perry@ms.uky.edu

859-257-6791

009-012 MWF 11:00-11:50 CB 114 Gluesing-Luerssen POT 751 heide.gl@uky.edu 859-257-6796
013-016 MWF 12:00-12:50 CB 110 Wang POT 771 changyouwang@uky.edu 859-257-4734


Time and Place of the Recitations:


Section

Time

Room

TA

email

001

TR 8:00-9:15 AM

CB 347

Alex Happ

alex.happ@uky.edu

002

TR 9:30-10:45 AM

CB 345

Alex Happ

alex.happ@uky.edu

003

TR 11:00-12:15 PM

CB 345

Jonathan Thompson

jonathan.thompson@uky.edu

004

TR 12:30-1:45 PM

CB 347

Jonathan Thompson

jonathan.thompson@uky.edu

005

TR 11:00-12:15 AM

FB 213

Brandon Russell

brandon.russell700@uky.edu

006

TR 2:00-3:15 PM

CB 335

Brandon Russell

brandon.russell700@uky.edu

007

TR 8:00-9:15 AM

CB 337

Blaine Mullins

rblaine.mullins@uky.edu

008

M 3:00 - 4:00 PM
TR  PM

MAHO 100 Clifford Taylor

clifford.taylor@uky.edu

009

TR 9:30-10:45 AM

CB 347 Blaine Mullins rblaine.mullins@uky.edu
010

TR 2:00-3:15 PM

CP 201 George Lytle george.lytle@uky.edu
011

TR 12:30-1:45 PM

CB 342 George Lytle george.lytle@uky.edu
012

M 3:00 - 4:30 PM
TR 2:00-3:30 PM

CB 341
MAHO 100
Sarah Nelson sarah.nelson@uky.edu
013

TR 2:00-3:15 PM

CP 111 Jeffrey Slye jeffrey.slye@uky.edu
014

TR 11:00-12:15 AM

CB 347 Ryan Curry ryan.curry@uky.edu
015

TR 12:30-1:45 PM

CB 335 Ryan Curry ryan.curry@uky.edu
016

TR 3:30-4:45 PM

CB 335 Jeffrey Slye jeffrey.slye@uky.edu


Grading

You can earn up to 500 total points in the course based on the following scheme:

3 Midterm Exams (100 points each)

300 points

Final Exam

100 points

Non-exam components:
attendance, homework, and recitation quizzes

100 points

Total

500 points

The 100 non-exam points will be assigned according to the individual instructor. BE SURE TO LOOK AT YOUR INSTRUCTORS POLICY REGARDING THIS PART OF YOUR GRADE!

Your grade will be based on the number of points you earned according to the following scheme:

Total Course Points (out of 500)

 At least 450

 At least 400

 At least 350

 At least 300

Final Course Grade

A

B

C

D

Exams

There will be three uniform midterm exams and one final exam. Each midterm exam is 90 minutes (one and half hours) and the final exam is 120 minutes (2 hours).

 

Exam

Date

Time

Exam Rooms

Exam Solutions

I

Tuesday, Feb 11

5:30-7:00 PM

   

II

Tuesday, Mar 11

5:30-7:00 PM

   

III

Tuesday, Apr 15

5:30-7:00 PM

   

IV

Wednesday, May 7

8:30-10:30 PM

   

EXAM 01 Review:


Study Advice and Getting Help

It is impossible to passively learn mathematics; it must be actively learned. To understand what this means, consider the impossibility of learning to play tennis by listening to someone describe how to play tennis or by watching some world-class player. You will not learn the material in this course by just listening to the lectures, and thinking to yourself -- "Yes, I understand that. You must work the problems out yourself and go through the difficulties of that process before you will begin to learn. The instructor's task is that of a guide to help you learn as much of the material as you desire.

This being said, form good study skills from the start!

         If you are having trouble, then seek help without delay. Your instructor and TA have office hours and will make appointments to work with you at other times.

If you are having trouble with a homework problem, you can use the feedback system in WHS (the online homework system) to direct questions about specific problems to your TA and instructor. Try to provide as much information as possible in your help request. For example, you should at least describe how you attempted the problem and at least guess where you might be going wrong.


If you need more help than what can be provided by the online help, you should take one or more of the following steps:


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