MATH 166, SECTION Y — CALCULUS II SYLLABUS
MTRF 1:102pm Carver 0098
Instructor: ChiJen Wang Office: Carver 410 Email:
cjwang@iastate.edu
Office hours: Carver 410 MF 23pm, T 24am or by
appointment
Course website: or www.public.iastate.edu/~cjwang/166S13.html
Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Math
165 or high math placement scores.
Textbook: Calculus, 9th ed, by Varberg,
Purcell, and Rigdon. And MML PLUS Code.
Course Topics:
Applications of the
Integral (Sections 5.1 thru 5.6). 12 days
Techniques of
Integration (Sect. 7.1 thru 7.6). 11 days
Indeterminate Forms,
Improper Integrals (Sect. 8.1 thru 8.4). 7 days
Infinite Series
(Sect. 9.1 thru 9.9). 16 days
Parametric
Curves, Polar Coordinates (Sect. 10.4 thru 10.7). 5 days
If you have any question about the materials in
class, please feel free to ask. The class time is for learning and questions are
usually a better way to learn than just taking notes.
Class Attendance: You are expected to be at every class. If you
are not in class, you are responsible for attaining any notes that were given
in class from another student. Frequently missing class will make it hard to be
successful in any academic learning. I will hand out an attendance sheet every class and give
some extra credits at the end of the semester for good attendance (number of missing
class ≤ 3).
Grading Policy:
Homework 
220 pts 
Quizzes 
210 pts 
3 Inclass Exams + Midterm 
400 pts 
Final Exam 
200 pts 
Total 
1030 pts 
No
makeup exams and quizzes will be given.
Grading Scale:
A: 90100% B: 8089% C: 7079% D: 6069% F: 059%
Homework:
Homework will be assigned and done weekly on MyLabsPlus(MLP), an online
assessment tool to practice the material in textbook. You will need to register
on MLP as soon as possible, the enrollment will be end
on Monday, Jan 28. The registering
access code comes included with a new textbook. If you buy a used book, you
have to buy the access code separately, or can purchase online.
No late homework
will be accepted.
Every homework is due Tuesday at 1am. When you are entering answers, you need to make sure your
answers are in the form requested. You have 3 tries for each answer. After you
enter your answer and click CHECK, if the answer is right, move on to the next
problem. If not, try to correct your mistake, it might be a syntax or
mathematics error. 13 homework will be assigned in the semester, and the lowest
2 scores will be dropped in the final grade.
Create an
account in MyLabsPlus(MLP):
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Go to http://iastate.mylabsplus.com
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When
you sign up, make sure that you put your ISU email address into the Email
field, not Yahoo, Hotmail, or anything else. We need to know how to match up
your CourseCompass account with your ISU account.
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If you
have been used MLP for Calculus I before, just login in and you will find our
course webpage. If you used MyMathLab(MML) for Calculus I before, please contact their technology
specialist Eric Olson eric.olson@pearson.com to
convert your MML access code to MLP.
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Pearson representatives Help hours: MW Jan 1416, 8:30am4:35
pm @ Carver 250.
Extra Credit: The Mathematics Department
sponsors a Problem of the Week. This problem may be completed for extra credit
on homework. Solutions to these problems should come with complete work, not
just answers. Each
complete and correct Problem of the Week will be worth 3 points extra credit
counted towards homework. Submitted by 10 am Monday on the bulletin in front of Math Office (Carver 396).
http://orion.math.iastate.edu/ehjohnst/PoW/Sp2013/Sp2013.html
Quizzes and Exams: There will be a
Departmental Midterm, a Departmental Final, three inclass hourly exam, and 8
weekly quizzes this semester. There will be a short 1520 minute quiz given at
the end of every Thursday class. These quizzes will cover the material over the
week. A student’s lowest quiz score throughout the semester will not be counted
in the final grade.
The midterm exam will cover material throughout Chapter 7. The final departmental exam will cover all
material throughout the semester.
No
makeup quizzes and exams will be given expect under extreme circumstances such as
serious illness or family emergency—you should contact me as soon as such an
emergency arises and depending on the circumstances, documentation may be
requested.
No communication devices (cell phones, Iphones,
internet devices, etc.) can be turned on or used during any exams.
In addition no student is to be excused or
exempted from taking the Final Exam, the Final Exam must be taken.
Calculators: Students are
required to have a calculator for this class. Calculator might be allowed in
portions of Midterm and Final Exam, and 3 hourly inclass exams. There will be
portions of exams and some quizzes on which calculators are not allowed.
Academic Dishonesty: Cheating will not be tolerated. If you are caught cheating on a quiz
or exam this will at the very least result in a zero for that assessment.
Further action will be taken in severe circumstances.
Extra Help: If you need extra help in any aspect of this course, you can stop
by my office to ask questions in my office hours or by appointment. Math help
room (Carver 385) is open MF 9am4pm, begins 21 Jan. Furthermore, you can also
get help from supplemental Instruction (SI): http://apps.dso.iastate.edu/si/.
A department calculus syllabus and objectives may be found on the http://orion.math.iastate.edu/calculus/.
This also lists the pervious departmental common exams.
Students With Disability: If you have a documented disability and require
accommodations, you should obtain a Student Academic Accommodation Request
(SAAR) form from the Disability Resource office (Student Services Building room
1076, 2946624 or TDD 2946335, disabilityresources@iastate.edu or
accommodations@iastate.edu). Please contact your Math 160 course administrator
early in the semester so that your learning needs may be appropriately met.
Note, this syllabus is
subject to change at any time. If any changes are made, they will be announced
in class, and an updated syllabus will be posted on the course website.
Math 166 Section Y Schedule Spring 13 Spring
Break
MONDAY 
TUESDAY 
WEDNESDAY 
THURSDAY 
FRIDAY 
Jan 14 
15 5.1 
16

17 5.2 
18 
21 Holiday 
22 5.3(HW1 due) 
23 
24 5.4 
25 Quiz 1 
28 5.5(HW2 due) 
29 5.6 
30 
31 
Feb 1 7.1/Quiz 2 
4 7.2(HW3 due) 
5 7.3 
6

7 Review 
8 Exam 1 
11 (HW4 due) 
12 7.4 
13 
14 7.5 
15 Quiz 3 
18 (HW5 due) 
19 7.6 
20 
21 
22 Quiz 4 
25 8.1(HW6 due) 
26 Review 
27

28 Midterm 
Mar 1 
4

5 8.2 
6

7 
8 8.3 
11 (HW7 due) 
12 8.4 
13 
14 9.1 
15 Quiz 5 
18 Holiday 
19 Holiday 
20 Holiday 
21 Holiday 
22 Holiday 
25 9.2(HW8 due) 
26 
27

28 9.3 
29 Quiz 6 
Apr 1 9.4(HW9 due) 
2 9.5 
3 
4 Review 
5 Exam 2 
8 (HW10 due) 
9 9.6 
10

11 9.7 
12 Quiz 7 
15 9.8(HW11 due) 
16

17

18 9.9 
19 Quiz 8 
22 10.4(HW12 due) 
23 
24

25 10.5/Review 
26 Exam 3 
29 
30 10.6 
May 1

2 
3 Review(HW13 due) 
6 FINAL WEEK 
7 
8 
9 
10 
Homework due every
Monday midnight
HW1 5.1 5.2
Quiz1 5.1 5.2
HW2 5.3 5.4
Quiz2 5.3 5.4
HW3 5.5 5.6
EXAM1 Chapter 5
HW4 7.17.2
Quiz3 7.17.2
HW5 7.3 7.4
Quiz4 7.3 7.4
HW6 7.5 7.6
Midterm Chap 5 7
HW7 8.1 8.2 8.3
Quiz5 8.1 8.2
HW8 8.3 8.4 9.1
Quiz6 8.3 8.4 9.1
HW9 9.2 9.3
Exam2 Chap8+9.19.3
HW10 9.4 9.5
Quiz7 9.4 9.5
HW11 9.6 9.7
Quiz8 9.6 9.7
HW12 9.8 9.9
EXAM3 Chap9
HW13 10.410.7
Final Chap 5,7,8,9,10