MATH 25002
INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:
Shannon Gracey
Phone: (619) 4216700 ext. 5517
Office Hours: Room 320D, MW: 10:3011:55, TTH: 1:502:30
e—mail: sgracey@swccd.edu
web page: http://www.swccd.edu/~sgracey
PREREQUISITE:
MATH 244 or both MATH 101 AND MATH 104; or the equivalent
skill level as determined by the Southwestern College Mathematics Assessment
or equivalent
RECOMMENDED PREPARATION:
RDG 56 or the equivalent skill level as determined
by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent
SEMESTER
HOMEWORK LIST
ANNOTATED LECTURE PDF FILES (BY DATE)
INCLASS WORKSHEETS
LECTURE NOTES:
POWERPOINT LECTURES:
CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 5

CHAPTER 2

CHAPTER 4

CHAPTER 6

SOLUTIONS:
EXAMS
OPTIMIZATION MOVIE
HANDOUTS:
HOMEWORK LIST
TENTATIVE FALL 2010
SCHEDULE
LINEAR REGRESSION
REVIEW WORKSHEET
TRIGONOMETRY REVIEW
CALCULUS & TRIG
FORMULAS
USEFUL LINKS:
TRIGONOMETRY HANDOUTS
PRECALCULUS HANDOUTS
SURFING
DERIVATIVE
2.1 POWERPOINT
TI
CALCULATOR STEPBYSTEP TUTORIALS
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of Math 250, the student
should be able to:
1. State and apply basic definitions, properties,
and theorems of first semester Calculus.
2. Model and solve problems using derivatives of algebraic and transcendental
functions.
3. Analyze and sketch graphs using the principles of calculus.
4. Evaluate limits, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals graphically,
algebraically, and/or using the formal definitions.
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
 Student will review the concepts of absolute
value inequalities, functions, combinations of functions and composite functions.
 Student will evaluate limits using the limit
theorems, the definition, and demonstrate the concept of continuity.
 Student will find the derivative (first and
higher order) using rules, theorems and definition. Interpret as slope, rate
of change, velocity, and acceleration.
 Student will learn and demonstrate techniques
of approximation, and the differential.
 Student will apply the derivative to curve sketching,
maximaminima problems, and related rate problems.
 Student will learn and apply Rolle’s Theorem
and the mean value theorem.
 Student will learn and demonstrate techniques
for evaluating the integral using definition, rules, theorems and by approximation.
 Student will apply the definite integral to
find area, volumes of solids of revolution, and average values.
 Student will learn and demonstrate techniques
for differentiating exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions.
 Student will learn and demonstrate techniques
for evaluating integrals involving, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric
functions, and functions.
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