MAA 4211 – Advanced Calculus - Spring 2002 MW 15:30-16:45 PC 425
Prerequisites: MAC 2313, MAS 3105, MAA 3200.
Textbook: An introduction to Analysis; William R. Wade, 2-nd edition.
Course Description: An in depth study of the foundations of calculus.
Topics to be covered are: the real number system, continuity, differentiation, integration, sequences and series of numbers and functions.
I intend to go over selected sections from chapters 1 through 7 from the textbook.
Instructor: Tedi Draghici
Office: DM 413A, Phone: (305) 348-2028 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: MW 14:45-15:15, 17:00-18:15 Web: http://www.fiu.edu/~draghici/
Method of Evaluation: Your final grade in the course is based on:
1. Worksheets/quizzes and in-class participation (20%)
2. Two in-class exams: (25% each) Tentative schedule:
Exam 1 Wednesday, February 20.
Exam 2 Wednesday, April 3.
3. FINAL EXAM (30%) Monday, April 22, 15:30-18:15.
Grade-scale: The following percentages will guarantee the associated grade:
> 92 : A 82-87 : B 67-77 : C < 55 : F
89-92 : A- 79-82 : B- 60-67 : D
87-89 : B+ 77-79 : C+ 55-60 : D-
NO MAKEUP EXAMS OR QUIZZES WILL BE GIVEN. If you have a documented medical or professional excuse for missing an exam, that percentage of your grade will be made up on the final.
Attendance: Class attendance is mandatory. If you miss a lecture, it is your responsibility to get the notes from that lecture.
Important dates: No classes on January 21 (Martin Luther King Holiday)
and during the week March 18-22 (Spring break).
Last day for withdrawal with 25% refund: February 2 (by 1pm).
Last day for withdrawal with DR grade: March 2 (by 1pm).
Last class meeting: Wednesday, April 17.
FINAL EXAM: Monday, April 22, 15:30-18:15.
The instructor reserves the right to make any changes he considers academically advisable. These eventual changes would be announced in class and you are responsible to be aware of them.