|Section||Instructor||Basic Info||Office Hours||Section Details|
|01||Sarah Bray |
sarah.bray [at] tufts.edu
|B+ Block |
|T: 10:30am-12:00pm |
R: after class
|**Office Hour Location**|
574 Boston Ave
Huddle Room 408
zachary.faubion [at] tufts.edu
|TWRF: 9-10:20am||See Trunk site |
james.adler [at] tufts.edu
- Briggs, Cochran, & Gillett. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd Edition with MyMathLab.
- Access to online resources and announcements. There are two computer labs on the Medford/Somerville campus for student use (hours and locations).
- MyMathLab. The MyMathlab IDs for the sections are:
Note: the textbook is available online via MyMathLab! The hardcopy of the text is optional.
Homework will be assigned each class on MyMathLab. Due dates will be indicated in MyMathLab. The four lowest homework grades will be dropped and the final homework average will be the average of the remaining scores.
Quizzes will be assigned weekly. These are written take-home assignments designed to challenge your understanding and give you realistic feedback on exam quality questions. Quizzes are due one week from the date they are distributed at the beginning of class. The lowest two quiz grades will be dropped and the final quiz average will be the average of the remaining scores.
Late Policy on Homework and Quizzes
Quizzes will not be accepted late. Homework on MyMathLab can be submitted late for up to 80% credit before 11:59pm on Monday, December 14. Your instructor will review their late policy on the first day of class.
There will be two midterms and a final. The exams will not be in class--the location will be announced in class and on the department webpage under current semester info. All sections of Math 36 take the exams on the following dates:
|Midterm 1||Monday, October 5||Open Block|
|This is not during scheduled class time|
|Midterm 2||Monday November 9||Open Block|
|This is not during scheduled class time|
|Final||Tuesday, Dec 15||8:30-10:30am||See Tufts Final Exam Block Schedule|
There will be no make ups for any exam according to department policy. Please arrange your travel plans accordingly. For exceptional circumstances that require you to miss an exam, contact your instructor at least one week in advance.
Exam preparation materials are available under resources for all sections of Math 36.
Your Homework and Quiz grades will be the averages computed without the dropped assignments, as indicated in the Homework and Quizzes section above. Your final grade will be the higher of the following two scores:
Grade 2 = .10*HW + .10*Quiz + .10*Midterm Low + .10*Midterm High + .60*Final
Course grade = maximum of Grade 1 and Grade 2
You are required to sign your exam. With your signature you are pledging that you have neither given nor received assistance on the exam. Students found violating this pledge will receive an F in the course and will be reported to the Dean of Students. Plagiarism on quizzes will be dealt with similarly. Note that although collaboration on solving quiz problems is encouraged, the final written product must be the work of the individual student.
The learning objectives for this course include 1a and 1e, and to a lesser extent, 3a and 3b on the list of mathematics undergraduate learning objectives.
If you are requesting an accommodation due to a documented disability, you must register with the Student Accessibility Services Office at the beginning of the semester. To do so, call the Student Services Desk at (617) 627-2000 to arrange an appointment with Linda Sullivan, Program Director of Student Accessibility Services.
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