Fall 2017 Classes:

252, 430

Courses taught in the past: Pre-Calculus and Calculus Sequences:151, 252,126, 140,  Linear algebra (460) Advanced Calc. 431.

Remember:

Be sure to get all your homework done as soon as possible after class as this will lead to better grades.

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Advanced Calculus Math 430/431 Contract

Detailed Syllabus

Credit Hours:  Credits: (3)

Catalogue Description: Three hours lecture.
Prerequisites: MATH 252 .
A systematic modern approach to the differential and integral calculus of functions of one and several variables, including standard theorems and analytical techniques of mathematical analysis.

You will need to read Chapters 3 and 4 for math 430.

We will start with Chapter 8 for math 431.

Room where class is held: WR 222.

Text: Check with the RU book store.

My Office: 208 Whitt
Office Hours
: MWF 11-11:50 am
E-mail: wyang@radford.edu;
URL: http://www.radford.edu/wyang

Final Exam Time: To be announced.

Grading: The following grading scale will be used:

90-100 = A ; 80-89 = B ; 70-79 = C ; 60-69 = D ; 0-59 = F
Tests and Exam: No make up exams will be allowed unless a proper document is provided.

  • Homework and Quizzes (40%)
  • Tests (40%)
  • Final (20%)

Honor System   All tests and the final must be pledged. The Honor Code will be strictly enforced in this course.

From Center for Accessibility Services (CAS): Students seeking academic accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act must register with the Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) to determine eligibility. Students qualified for academic accommodations will receive accommodation letters and should meet with each course professor during office hours, to review and discuss accommodations. To begin the registration process, complete a Student Registration Form and submit documentation to PO Box 6902, Radford, Virginia 24142, or deliver to the Russell Hall, Room 325, by fax to 540-831-6525, or by email to cas@radford.edu (See documentation guidelines). For more information, visit the Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) website or call 540-831-6350.

IMPORTANT: If you are not on the class roll that comes out after the last add date, immediately check your schedule at a terminal and start attending the proper section. For no foreseeable reason (computer and registrar personnel mistakes included) will you be allowed to stay in the wrong section or to drop a section for which you are actually enrolled after the last drop date. By simply attending a section you will not be placed on its roll.