**CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY**

**Department of Mathematics **

**21-120 Differential & Integral Calculus**, Summer II,
2004

**Instructor:** Caner Kazanci, WEH 6207, ext. 8-3187,
ckazanci@andrew.cmu.edu

**Text:** *Calculus, Early Transcendentals*, by James Stewart,
5^{th} edition, Brooks/Cole, 2003

**Course Website:** http://www.math.cmu.edu/~ckazanci/21120/

**Office hours:** Office hours are everyday at 10:30 - 11:20am, or
anytime by appointment.

**Introduction:** The laws of the universe are written in the
language of mathematics. Algebra is sufficient to solve many static
problems, but the most interesting phenomena involve change and are
described only by equations that relate changing quantities. In our
course; we will cover differentiation, integration and their
applications.

**Homework:** Almost all lectures will be based on the previous one,
so I strongly recommend that you study daily on your own. To encourage
this, there will be daily homework assignments and pop quizes. Students
may discuss homework assignments with eachother; however, each student
should write up his or her own solutions. No late homework will be
accepted. Homeworks are due 4pm everday and you can drop them in my
mailbox at Wean Hall 6113. No make-ups will be given for missed quizes,
but your lowest quiz score will be dropped.

**Evaluation:** There will be four tests (two for each mini) on the
following dates:

Exam 1. Wednesday, July 7; Time 9:00am; Room WEH 8427

Exam 2. Thursday, July 15; Time 9:00am; Room WEH 8427

Exam 3. Friday, July 23; Time 9:00am; Room WEH 8427

Exam 4. Friday, August 6; Time 9:00am; Room WEH 8427

The standards of academic honesty as stated in the Students Handbook
will be enforced. You won't need to use any calculators or computers so
they won't be permitted on the tests. The components of the course will
be weighted as follows in determining the course grade for each mini:
Homeworks |
30% |

First Test |
30% |

Second Test |
30% |

Quiz Grades |
10% |

**Make-up exams:** Make-ups for the exams will only be given for
documented reasons of illness, family emergency, or participation in a
University sponsored event. Make up exams may be oral. Please try to
arrange a make-up at the earliest possible time if one seems
appropriate.