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Calculus III for STEM

revised 2018-04-09
Unit 1A

MANDATORY CLASS ORIENTATION: Before starting this first unit be sure that you have completed (or will complete by the deadlines) the day 1 and day 2 orientation items in your online classroom including the required Assignment #1 (posting your intro) and Assignment #2 (submitting your class commitment statement). Click "Orientation" tab at InteGreat.ca/OL for details.


OK? Let's get started on the course content!

TOPIC: Introduction to Sequences and Series

  • Check for new Class Announcements daily!
    Check your Clark Student Email regularly!

  • WAMAP: Complete Orientation Assignments #1-5. The first week has five very specific short assignments with strict due dates. Details are provided in the neon green blocks in WAMAP.

    Note: There is NO class participation requirement (CPRs) in week 1. Assignments #1-5 replace CPRs in week 1. CPRs will start in week 2 at which time you will be expected to participate on the weekly discussion board at least 3 days a week. Want more info about CPRs now? See Class Calendar Unit 2A.

  • MyMathLab: Study e-text section 8.1 (in 2nd edition; 9.1 in 1st)

    Please read these two Frequently Asked Questions:

    FAQs - What should I do in MyMathLab? includes information about the e-Textbook, Study Plan, and Sample Tests.

    FAQs - What exactly is the homework in this class?

  • Download or Print: Trigonometry "Cheat Sheet" you may find useful as a reference.

  • Regarding Mathematica: The e-text in this class requires a free Mathematica browser plug-in, "Wolfram CDF Player". The first time you login to our MyMathLab class and run the "browser check" it should walk you through the installation. Download plug-in here if you prefer.

  • Information about Graphing & Graphers: You will need an electronic grapher (free online grapher, graphing software, mobile graphing app, or handheld graphing calculator) for this class.

    Where can I find a free online grapher or graphing software for my computer?

    You are expected to already know how to electronically graph and analyze a variety of functions and curves (rectangular, parametric, polar) as well as electronically find a limit, derivative, and integral.

    TI-84 users will find Prof. Milner's TI-84 Calculator Tutorial Videos useful.

Unit 1B

TOPIC: Sequences
  • Check for new Class Announcements and your Clark Student Email.

  • Read Lesson Notes #11.1

    (Opt.) FAQs - What are the "Lesson Notes"?

  • MyMathLab: Study e-text section 8.2 (in 2nd edition; 9.2 in 1st)

  • WAMAP: Read posts on DB1.
    Reading the posts on DB1 suffices this week, but you are welcome to post questions/comments too!
    Starting in week 2 you are required to participate in the discussions on the weekly DB.

  • Prep for and take Quiz 1!

    Information about the Quiz:
    What sections does it cover? Those we covered in the e-text this week: Sections 8.1-8.2
    When is the quiz open? Noon on Thursday of week 1.
    When is it due? It must be completed and submitted by 9:00 pm Saturday of week 1.
    How long do I get to take it? 45 minutes.
    How many times can I take it? Two times and only your best of the two scores will count.
    How may questions will it have? It will say before you start the quiz but usually around 12 questions.
    What if I miss the quiz? The lowest two of ten quizzes get eliminated, so missing one or two is OK.

    Need more info? See MathOL Syllabus - Quizzes and/or Q&A starting at FAQs - Quizzes.