Math 150B (15163) Syllabus
Students with C+ or lower grade in prerequisite must enroll in Math 150B Lab concurrently. Textbook: Calculus by Stewart, 7th edition Objective: To Cover Chapters 6-8, 10,11 Graphing calculators recommended
See WebWork Instructions in footnote Required Written Work/Test Format: · Be neat · Plenty space for margin · Double space · Single column · Start every sentence with a new line and proper indent · Reasoning is more important than answer · Every line of work must be justified by adequate reasoning Tests: 2/7, 2/28, 3/21, 4/18 For Semester Review Problems (i.e., Sample Final Exam), click http://www.csun.edu/math/150B_Sem_Rev.pdf
Grading: homework 100 A: 85% or better Moodle/WeBWorK Instructions ● If you have not used the Math Department Moodle in a previous course, activate your Moodle account (Math Department Moodle, not CSUN Moodle), by following the instructions for initial login given at http://www.csun.edu/~hcmth008/moodle_login/moodle_login_students.pdf ● To enroll in our Moodle course, continue with the instructions (Enrollment key is 15163) given at http://www.csun.edu/~hcmth008/moodle_login/moodle_login_students.pdf ● Once you have set up your Moodle account, you access homework assignments by going to http://mathweb1.sandbox.csun.edu/moodle1/login/ ● Log in. ● On the next web page, select this course. ● On the next web page, select the WeBWorK problem set you want to work on. ● Click on "Download a hardcopy of this homework set" and then "Generate hardcopy for selected sets and selected users." ● Print out the problem set (and repeat the above if the assignment involves more than one set.) ● Log out of WeBWorK and then out of Moodle. ● When you are ready to submit your answers, log into this class again. ● Click on the name of the current problem set. ● Click on a problem. ● Type in your answer and click on "Submit Answers." (If you have a mistake, you can put in a new answer immediately or you can put in a new answer later after you have reworked the problem.) ● Click on the next problem, and continue as above. ● When you are done, log out. (You can log in again at any later time before the due date if you didn't finish or if you want to change something.) |