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FOR 5 CREDIT HOURS on T & Th @ 7 to 9:30 p.m. in CN 128

INSTRUCTOR: William V. Thayer

TEXTBOOK:

MATERIAL COVERED: See this COURSE SCHEDULE or see the Mathematics Department's Course Syllabus

WEB SITE: http://www.jug.net/wt EMAIL: w@stlcc.us

OFFICE HOURS: Tue. & Thur. after class

Other times available and by appointment

OFFICE TELEPHONE: 314 984 7866 or prefers **HOME TELEPHONE: 314 821 5299** or cell 314 620 7069

TESTS: 5 tests are given: Ch 7, Ch 8, Ch 9 & 10, Ch 11 and Ch 12 for 100 points each, up to 3 lab/project assignments for 100 each points and comprehensive final for 200 points. No make-up tests may be taken. A missed test is a zero test score and late projects result in loss of points. Tests are graded and returned as
soon as possible but certainly less than a week.

GRADES AND THE GRADE SCALE: The final grade is based on the 1000 points (if 3 projects) above plus any extra credit class or notebook points when test > D. This sum is divided by 10 for an average which is scaled to the following course grade:

- A for 90 points or above,
- B for 80 to 89 points,
- C for 70 to 79 points,
- D for 50 to 69 points, and
- F for under 50 points.

ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED:

- Each student is expected to attend every class and arrive on time including the final exam.
- FINAL EXAM: Thursday, May 13, ftom 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
- Over THREE class absences during the semester will result in a course grade of F. Two times tardy or two times missing some part of class counts as an absence.
- Call me before hand if you have an attendance problem or are having difficulty with this course.
- Free tutoring is available for this course.

ANY STUDENT NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS SHOULD SEE ME FOR ARRANGEMENTS.

I WILL BE PLEASED TO WORK WITH YOU IN ANY WAY THAT I CAN.

CHANGES: Some additions, substitutions and/or corrections to this page or syllabus will be made during the course.

ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION: WEB URL http://www.jug.net/wt/calc210sa.htm has additional information and a topic coverage schedule you need to know for this course.

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