Syllabus for Math 112 C

Course Description

A continuation of Math 111. Topics include inverse functions, techniques of integration, applications of the integral, and infinite sequences and series. Prerequisite: Math 111.


Title: University Calculus Early Transcendentals, 3rd Edition
Authors: Hass, Weir, and Thomas
Publisher: Pearson
ISBN: 978-0321999580

Course Objectives

Students successfully completing this course should be able to:


Point DistributionGrading Scale
Exam 1
Exam 2
Exam 3
Exam 4
Final Exam
4.0[90, ∞)
3.5[85, 90)
3.0[80, 85)
2.5[75, 80)
2.0[70, 75)
1.5[65, 70)
1.0[60, 65)
0.0[0, 60)
Averages are not rounded.
At the end of the semester, if your homework average exceeds your exam average by 20 or more percentage points, your homework will not count at all towards your final average and the midsemester exams will count 17.5% each rather than 15%.


There will be homework assignments using Webwork. If you do not do the homework or if you copy answers from someone else, then you should expect to fail the course.


There will be no makeups for exams for any reason. Your low exam grade will be replaced by your final exam grade if your final exam grade is higher.


Attendance is required. More than four unexcused absences will result in a failing grade for the course, regardless of your average.

How To Succeed in Calculus

Do the homework. Do the homework every day. If you do not understand the homework, then go to your professor's office and ask for help. No, really. Do the homework. Do every problem. Do it every day. Let me see if I can make this very clear. Do the homework!