Campus:Ohio University, Athens Campus
Department:Mathematics
Academic Year:2013 - 2014
Term:Spring Semester
Course:Math 1350
Title:Survey of Calculus
Section:100 (Class Number 5284)
Instructor:Mark Barsamian
Contact Information:My contact information is posted on my web page.
Office Hours:My office hours are posted on my web page.

Class meetings:

Course Description: A survey of basic concepts of calculus for students who want an introduction to calculus, but who do not need the depth of MATH 2301

Prerequisites: MATH 113 or MATH 1200 or Placement level 2 or higher.

Note: Students cannot earn credit for both MATH 1350 and either of MATH 2301

Textbook Information
Title:Calculus for Business, Economics, Life Sciences, and Social Sciences, 12th Edition click on the book to see a larger image
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Authors:Barnett, Ziegler, and Byleen
Publisher:Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2010
ISBN-10:0321613996
ISBN-13:978-0321613998
Remark:The ISBN numbers listed above are for a book without the access code for the "MyMathLab" website. MATH 1350 does not use the MyMathLab website, and books without access codes are substantially cheaper than those with access codes.
Course Packet Information
What is it? a 52-page packet, spiral bound in a yellow cover, containing
  • Complete Set of Reference Pages
  • Complete Set of Class Drills
  • Course Information
  • List of Suggested Homework Problems
  • Information about Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI) on the Athens Campus
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Is it required?It is required for students in Section 100.
Where do you get it?Minuteman Press, 17 W. Washington Street, Athens (next to Donkey Coffee), (740) 593-7393
Cost?$7.25, including tax
What do you ask for?Tell them that you need the Math 1350 Packet.

Calculators will not be allowed on exams.

Websites with Useful Math Software: In lectures, I often use a computer for graphing and calculating. The software that I use is free and is easily accessible at the following list of links. I use the same software in my office, instead of a calculator. You are encouraged to use this same free software instead of a calculator. (Link)

Student Resources (Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI)): There are many math-related resources for students on the Athens Campus of Ohio University. For information, go to the following link. (Link)

Special Needs: If you have physical, psychiatric, or learning disabilities that require accommodations, please let me know as soon as possible so that your needs may be appropriately met.

Grading: During the semester, you will accumulate points:

Quizzes (best 8 of 10 quizzes, 20 points each):160 points possible
In-Class Exams (best 3 of 4 exams, 180 points each):540 points possible
Cumulative Final Exam:300 points possible
Total:1000 points possible

At the end of the semester, your Total will be converted to your Course Grade:

Total ScorePercentageGradeInterpretation
900 - 100090% - 100%AYou mastered all concepts, with no significant gaps
850 - 89985% - 89.9%A-
800 - 84980% - 84.9%B+You mastered all essential concepts and many advanced concepts, but have some significant gaps.
750 - 79975% -79.9%B
700 - 74970% - 74.9%B-
650 - 69965% - 69.9%C+You mastered most essential concepts and some advanced concepts, but have many significant gaps.
600 - 64960% - 64.9%C
550 - 59955% - 59.9%C-
400 - 43940% - 54.9%DYou mastered some essential concepts.
0 - 3990% - 39.9%FYou did not master essential concepts.

The Learning Outcomes for this course can be found at the following link: (Learning Outcomes)

Course Structure: One learns math primarily by trying to solve problems. This course is designed to provide structure for you as you learn to solve problems, and to test how well you have learned to solve them. This structure is provided in the following ways.

Attendance Policy: Attendance is required for all lectures and exams.

ID-Swipe System for Attendance: Attendance will be recorded by an automated system in the lecture hall. When you arrive at the lecture hall, you will swipe your O.U. Student ID through a machine by the door. The system will start recording ID swipes 10 minutes before the scheduled start of class, and will stop recording them 5 minutes after the scheduled end of class. If you swipe your ID during that time interval, my records will show that you swiped your ID on that day and will show the time.

Missing Class: If you miss a class for any reason, it is your responsibility to copy someone’s notes or download my notes from the course web page, and study them. I will not use office hours to teach topics discussed in class to students who were absent.

Missing a Quiz or Exam Because of Illness: If you are too sick to take a quiz or exam, then you must

  1. send me an e-mail before the quiz/exam, telling me that you are going to miss it because of illness, then
  2. then go to the Hudson Student Health Center.
  3. Later, you will need to bring me documentation from Hudson showing that you were treated there.
Without those three things, you will not be given a make-up.

Missing Quizzes or Exams Because of University Activity: If you have a University Activity that conflicts with one of our quizzes or exams, you must contact me before the quiz or exam to discuss arrangements for a make-up. I will need to see documentation of your activity. If you miss a quiz or an exam because of a University Activity without notifying me in advance, you will not be given a make-up.

Schedule for 2013 - 2014 Spring Semester MATH 1350 Section 100 (Barsamian)

WeekDatesClass topics
1Mon Jan 133-1 Introduction to Limits: Graphical Approach (Class Drill 1) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Jan 143-1 Introduction to Limits: Analytical Approach (Reference 3) (Lecture Notes)
Wed Jan 153-2 Limits Involving Infinity: Graphical Approach (Class Drill 2) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Jan 173-2 Limits Involving Infinity: Analytical Approach (Quiz 1) (Lecture Notes)
2Mon Jan 20Holiday: No Class
Tue Jan 213-3 Continuity (Class Drill 3) (Lecture Notes)
Wed Jan 223-3 Continuity (Lecture Notes)
Fri Jan 243-4 Rates of Change (Reference 4) (Quiz 2) (Lecture Notes)
3Mon Jan 273-4 Tangent lines and the Derivative (Class Drill 4) (Class Drill 5) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Jan 28Classes cancelled because of severe weather.
Wed Jan 293-4 The Derivative (Lecture Notes)
Fri Jan 313-4 The Derivative (Quiz 3) (Lecture Notes)
4Mon Feb 3Classes cancelled because of severe weather.
Tue Feb 43-5 Basic Differentiation Properties (Reference 5) (Lecture Notes)
Wed Feb 53-5 Basic Differentiation Properties (Reference 5) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Feb 7In-Class Exam 1 on Chapter 3 Sections 1,2,3,4,5 (Exam Information)
5Mon Feb 104-1 The Constant e and Continuous Compound Interest (Lecture Notes)
Tue Feb 114-1 The Constant e and Continuous Compound Interest (Lecture Notes)
Wed Feb 124-2 Derivatives of Exponential Functions (Reference 5) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Feb 144-2 Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions (Reference 5)(Class Drill 6) (Quiz 4) (Lecture Notes)
6Mon Feb 174-3 Derivatives of Products (Reference 5) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Feb 184-3 Derivatives of Quotients (Reference 5) (Class Drill 7) (Lecture Notes)
Wed Feb 194-4 The Chain Rule (Reference 5) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Feb 214-4 The Chain Rule (Class Drill 8) (Quiz 5) (Lecture Notes)
7Mon Feb 24Rate of Change Problems (Reference 5) (Class Drills 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Feb 25Leftovers and Review (Lecture Notes)
Wed Feb 26In-Class Exam 2 on Chapter 4 and Rate of Change Class Drills (Exam Information)
Fri Feb 285-1 First Derivative and Graphs: Graphical Approach (Reference 7) (Class Drill 10) (Lecture Notes)
8Mon Mar 3Spring Break: No Class
Tue Mar 4Spring Break: No Class
Wed Mar 5Spring Break: No Class
Fri Mar 7Spring Break: No Class
9Mon Mar 105-1 First Derivative and Graphs: Analytical Approach (Reference 7) (Class Drill 11) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Mar 115-1 First Derivative and Graphs: Analytical Approach (Reference 7) (Lecture Notes)
Wed Mar 125-2 Second Derivative and Graphs: Graphical Approach (Reference 7) (Class Drill 12) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Mar 145-2 Second Derivative and Graphs: Analytical Approach (Reference 7) (Quiz 6) (Lecture Notes)
10Mon Mar 175-2 Second Derivative and Graphs: Analytical Approach (Class Drill 13) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Mar 185-5 Absolute Maxima and Minima (Lecture Notes)
Wed Mar 195-5 Absolute Maxima and Minima (Class Drill 14) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Mar 215-6 Optimization (Quiz 7) (Lecture Notes)
11Mon Mar 245-6 Optimization (Lecture Notes)
Tue Mar 25Leftovers and Review (Lecture Notes)
Wed Mar 26In-Class Exam 3 on Chapter 5 (Exam Information)
Fri Mar 286-1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals (Reference 5) (Class Drill 15) (Lecture Notes)
12Mon Mar 316-1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals (Reference 5) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Apr 16-2 Integration by Substitution (Reference 8) (Lecture Notes)
Wed Apr 26-2 Integration by Substitution (Reference 8) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Apr 46-2 Integration by Substitution (Reference 8) (Quiz 8) (Lecture Notes)
13Mon Apr 76-4 Approximating Areas by Left and Right Sums (Class Drill 16) (Lecture Notes)
Tue Apr 86-4 The Definite Integral as a Limit of Sums (Lecture Notes)
Wed Apr 96-5 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Class Drill 17) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Apr 116-5 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Quiz 9) (Lecture Notes)
14Mon Apr 146-5 The Average Value of a Continuous Function over a Closed Interval (Lecture Notes)
Tue Apr 15Leftovers and Review (Lecture Notes)
Wed Apr 16In-Class Exam 4 on Chapter 6 (Exam Information)
Fri Apr 187-1 Area between Curves (Class Drill 18) (Lecture Notes)
15Mon Apr 217-1 Area between Curves (Lecture Notes)
Tue Apr 227-2 Applications in Business and Economics (Lecture Notes)
Wed Apr 237-2 Applications in Business and Economics (Quiz 10) (Lecture Notes)
Fri Apr 257-2 Applications in Business and Economics (Class Drill 19) (Lecture Notes)
16Wed Apr 30Cumulative Final Exam 10:10am - 12:10pm in Morton 237 (Final Exam Information)



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