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Organic Chemistry I
Kathleen Kilway
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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madeline Brandes on Saturday August 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Chem 321 at University of Missouri - Kansas City taught by Kathleen Kilway in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Organic Chemistry I in Science at University of Missouri - Kansas City.


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Date Created: 08/20/16
MATH 210 (Calculus I) – Section 0005 Syllabus Instructor Information Department: Mathematics and Statistics Name: LIANA SEGA Contact Information: (email preferred); 816-235-6254 Class Meeting Time/Place: MTWTh 11:00am -11:50am/ Bloch room 2 Semester Offered: FALL 2016 Office Hours/office location: M: 12:00pm-12:45pm,Tu: 9:00am-9:45am, W:2:00-3:00pm,Th: 9:00am-9:45am. and also by appointment /Manheim Hall 307B Course Information Subject/Curricular Designation: Mathematics Catalog Number: MATH 210-0005 Course Title: Calculus I Course Description from the UMKC catalog: Functions and graphs, rational, trigonometric, exponential functions, composite and inverse functions, limits and continuity, differentiation and its applications, integration and its applications. Credit Hours: 4 Prerequisites: Four units of high school mathematics, including trigonometry, or Math 120 (Precalculus), or Math 110 (College Algebra) and Math 125 (Trigonometry). Course component(format): lecture Course Instructional Mode: P (classroom based) This course satisfies the UMKC General Education Core requirements as a Focus B (Scientific reasoning and quantitative analysis) course. Required Materials: Textbook –Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd edition, by Briggs, Cochran and Gillett (Publisher: Pearson) AND MyMathLab access code. New textbooks are available for purchase from the UMKC bookstore and are packaged with a MyMathLab access code. Alternately, students can purchase the MyMathLab access code with e-textbook access, from the MyMathLab website at; free guest access is also available for the first 14 days. Students are required to self-enroll in the associated MyMathLab course; they can do so through the class Blackboard page. MyMathLab is an external tool required in this course and is fully FERPA compliant. Privacy Policy is available here Pearson MyMathLab Student Support: Evaluation and Grading Criteria: Final grades assigned will be based on the percentage of total points earned and are assigned as follows: Percentage Description Letter Grade 12% MyMathLab homework A ≥ 90 67 ≤ C < 76 8% Written homework 88 ≤ A- < 90 65 ≤ C- < 67 10% Written quizzes 86≤ B+ < 88 63 ≤ D+ < 65 5% MyMathLab quizzes 80 ≤ B < 86 57 ≤ D < 63 40% 4 semester exams (10% each) 78≤ B- < 80 55≤ D- < 57 25% Final exam 76≤ C+< 78 F < 55 100% Total The final exam is mandatory; any student who does not take the final will receive an F for the class. Every time you log into MyMathLab you will be able to see the current percentage of the grade that you have at that point and a full breakdown of the computation, based on the completed items. On exams, quizzes and written homework you will be graded on your work as well as your answers; you need to show all work in order to receive full credit. A correct answer that is not supported by proper work may not receive full credit, or even any credit. Topics covered, requirements and assignment deadlines: We will cover the following chapters/topics from the book. A detailed schedule is attached to this syllabus and will be posted separately on Blackboard.  Chapter 2 Limits (all sections except 2.7); weeks 1-2 Topics: the idea of limits, definitions of limits, techniques for computing limits, infinity, infinite limits, continuity  Chapter 3 Derivatives (all sections); weeks 3-7 Topics: introducing the derivative, working with derivatives, rules of differentiation, the product and quotient rules, derivatives as rates of change, implicit differentiation, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, related rates.  Chapter 4 Applications of the Derivative (all sections except 4.8); weeks 7-11 Topics: maxima and minima, what derivatives tell us, graphing functions, optimization problems, linear approximation and differentials, Mean Value Theorem, L’Hopital’s rule, antiderivatives.  Chapter 5 Integration (all sections); weeks 11-13 Topics: Approximating area under curves, definite integrals, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus working with integrals, substitution rule.  Chapter 6 Applications of Integration (sections 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 only); weeks 13-14 Topics: velocity and net change, regions between curves, volumes by slicing MyMathLab homework will be due regularly. The due dates of the on-line homework are in the attached schedule. You can also see any due assignments when you log into MyMathLab. Pay attention to the time when a homework is due, as indicated in MyMathLab: a homework will be considered late immediately after the listed time. The online homework is set up so that you have 3 attempts on your answer (except for the Precalculus review homework, which allows infinitely many attempts). For many problems, you will have access to help such as relevant links to the text, ``Help me solve this”, ``View an example”, ``View a video”. If you use the help to see a solution of a similar problem, make an honest effort to completely understand the method and own it, rather than mechanically mimicking the solution. Try as much as possible to NOT be dependent on this help, given that no such help will be available on quizzes and exams. Students are urged to work on the homework related to a section as soon as the section has been covered in class, even if the due date may be later. Daily work on the homework will make it easier to follow the subsequent lectures. Written homework will be assigned several times throughout the semester; see the schedule. The written homework will require careful writing of the solutions, in complete detail. Part of the assigned grade will be based on the quality of writing. You are welcome to ask for help with homework or work on it with a tutor or a group of your classmates. However, the final writing of the solutions should be completely yours, done in your own words, and no sharing of written solutions is allowed. Written quizzes: In-class quizzes (about 10 minutes) will be given twice a week, with some exceptions. The quizzes will be given at the beginning of class time, hence it is especially important not to be late. Unless otherwise announced, a quiz covers the material associated with the online homework that is due the same day as the quiz. MyMathLab quizzes: We will have a syllabus quiz, a review quiz due before each exam, and also a Precalculus review quiz due at the end of the first week of classes. In order to be allowed to take the Precalculus review quiz, you will need to score at least 80% on the Precalculus review homework (which has two parts). All online quizzes are timed, but they do not need to be completed in one setting: you can log out and back in. Problems need to be solved in order and you won’t be able to go back to previously viewed problems. A quiz can be retaken as many times as possible before the due date, and the highest score will be recorded. Mastery of the Precalculus curriculum is highly correlated with success in a Calculus class. Consequently, all students who score below 60% on the Precalculus review quiz need to schedule immediately an appointment with their instructor to discuss their readiness for Calculus. Exams: The exams will mainly consist of problems similar to those assigned as homework or discussed in class. In addition, exam topics may include: provide complete definitions of relevant concepts, reproduce or justify statements of major theorems, provide relevant examples, answer conceptual questions. Final exam: Date/time/location of final exam: Saturday, December 10/ 10:30 a.m./Royall Hall 111. The final exam is cumulative. Student learning outcomes: This course aims to provide a working knowledge of the concepts and theorems of elementary calculus of functions of one variable, through the following specific learning outcomes:  Work with the concept of derivative of a function, including the limit definition and the interpretation of the derivative as slope of the tangent line to a curve and a rate of change.  Determine the derivative and higher order derivatives of a function, and use derivatives to analyze and sketch the graph of a function of one variable, to determine absolute and relative extrema, and apply these techniques to solve optimization problems.  Apply derivatives to compute limits (L’Hopital’s rule), approximate functions, solve related rates problems and analyze rectilinear motion.  Determine antiderivatives, indefinite and definite integrals of elementary functions, and integrate by substitution. Use definite integrals to compute areas, volumes and length. Course Expectations, Course Policies, Requirements and Standards for Student Coursework and Student Behavior Calculator policy: You will likely need a graphing calculator for some of the homework problems, or to check your work on homework. However, you do not need to buy a graphing calculator for this class: If you do not have one, you can use the Desmos online calculator, available at . Some quizzes may have a no calculator policy that will be announced. On the remaining quizzes and all exams: Only basic scientific calculators will be allowed. NO graphing calculators, or calculators which can compute derivatives/integrals are allowed. Policy on late homework and missed quizzes and semester exams: Late MyMathlab homework will be accepted, but it will be marked down 50% after the due date/time. No make-up quizzes and no make-up semester exams will be given and no late written homework will be accepted. Instead, the lowest semester exam, the lowest MyMathlab quiz, the lowest 4 written quizzes and the lowest written homework will be dropped. You should plan however to take all exams and quizzes and turn in all homework, and save the dropped items only for possible emergencies. If you choose not to take one exam (thinking that it will be dropped and you would rather study for a different class instead) and then later you have an emergency that prevents you from taking a second exam, only one of the exams will be dropped, and for the other one you will have a score of zero. Policy on make-ups for the final exam: Please note that the final exam is on Saturday December 10 , andh students should plan accordingly, and in particular they should not make any travel plans that conflict with the final exam. Only exceptional situations, such as a health emergency or a family crisis, with adequate documentation, can be considered towards scheduling a make-up final exam. If such a situation should occur, contact the course coordinator as soon as possible to make arrangements. Lecture expectations: Class attendance and participation is essential to student success. Come to class every day, and be prepared. Before attending a lecture, read thoroughly (from the book and from your class notes) the material covered in the previous lecture and solve the related homework problems. During the lecture, we will discuss problems, work in groups sometimes, and analyze concepts. Ask questions, and participate in the discussion! You are expected to be respectful of your instructor and classmates. Do not disrupt the lecture by chatting with your neighbors. Put cell phones and other electronics away, so that you and others can concentrate on learning. Email use: Please check your @umkc email daily. I will use it for important announcements. For example, if we have a snow day, I may ask you to watch a video lecture online, to make up for the lost class. You are responsible for promptly reading and following the email instructions in such situations. Blackboard use: I will post solutions, announcements, and other information on Blackboard. Check Blackboard frequently. For technical support with MyMathLab, please contact the MyMathLab help and support. For help with the mathematics, you have several options.  You are always welcome to attend office hours (see the first page).  The Mathematics and Science Tutoring Center provides free tutoring.  Math tutoring online through NetTutor is available 24/7 via  MATH 210 will have Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions this year. The leaders are Jake Dunz and Shelby Bell and they will be in touch with you. Here are the times when the SI sessions will be held (location to be announced) Monday: 11:00-11:50am (Bell) Tuesday: 10:00-10:50am (Dunz) & 4:30-5:20pm (Bell) Wednesday: 12:00-12:50pm (Dunz) & 1:00-1:50pm (Bell) Friday: 11:00-11:50am (Dunz)  When available, information on tutoring organized by the Mathematics and Statistics Department (“Math Success Lab”) will be announced and posted on Blackboard.  The web page has video lectures and copies of previous final exams, etc. You are strongly encouraged to use these resources. If you are experiencing any problems that are adversely affecting your learning, consider talking to me about it, and I will do my best to give you guidance and support. University-wide resources are mentioned below. Resources & Policy Statements Academic Calendar: Students are encouraged to review important add, drop or withdraw dates: Academic Honesty: The Board of Curators of the University of Missouri recognizes that academic honesty is essential for the intellectual life of the University. Faculty members have a special obligation to expect high standards of academic honesty in all student work. Students have a special obligation to adhere to such standards. Academic dishonesty, including cheating, plagiarism or sabotage, is adjudicated through the University of Missouri Student Conduct Code and Rules of Procedures in Student Conduct Matters. Academic Inquiry, Course Discussion and Privacy: Faculty not allowing recording - University of Missouri System Executive Order No. 38 lays out principles regarding the sanctity of classroom discussions at the university. The policy is described fully in Section 200.015 of the Collected Rules and Regulations. In this class, students may not make any audio or video recordings of course activity (including those recordings prepared by an instructor), except students permitted to record as an accommodation under Section 240.040 of the Collected Rules. All other students who record and/or distribute audio or video recordings of class activity are subject to discipline in accordance with provisions of Section 200.020 of the Collected Rules and Regulations of the University of Missouri pertaining to student conduct matters. Those students who have written permission from the course instructor to record are not permitted to redistribute any audio or video recordings of statements or comments from the course to individuals who are not students in the course without the express permission of the faculty member and of any students who are recorded, including those recordings prepared by an instructor. Students found to have violated this policy are subject to discipline in accordance with provisions of Section 200.020 of the Collected Rules and Regulations of the University of Missouri pertaining to student conduct matters. Attendance Policy: Students are expected to attend and participate in classes. Students should notify the instructor in advance to request that an absence be excused, and check if any arrangements are needed. Campus Safety: Inclement weather, mass notification, emergency response guide: Counseling and Health Services Available at UMKC: UMKC students may experience many challenges in their lives while attending college – stress, depression, suicidality, trauma, relationship issues, health concerns, etc. As your professor I care about your success and well-being, and want to make you aware of some helpful resources on campus. The UMKC Counseling Center (, located at 4825 Troost in Room 206, offers a wide range of supportive services to students. Appointments can be made by calling 816.235.1635. UMKC Student Health and Wellness (, located at 4825 Troost in Room 115, offers a full range of health care and promotion services. Appointments can be scheduled online or by calling 816.235.6133. The MindBody Connection ( is located in the Atterbury Student Success Center in Room 112 and offers a variety of stress-reduction services. Disability Support Services: To obtain disability related accommodations and/or auxiliary aids, students with disabilities must contact the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (OSSD) as soon as possible. To contact OSSD, call (816) 235-5696. Once verified, OSSD will notify the course instructor and outline the accommodation and/or auxiliary aids to be provided. For more information go to: English Proficiency Statement: Students who encounter difficulty in their courses because of the English proficiency of their instructors should speak directly with their instructors. If additional assistance is needed, students may contact the UMKC Help Line at 816-235-2222 for assistance. Grade Appeal Policy: Students are responsible for meeting the standards of academic performance established for each course in which they are enrolled. The establishment of the criteria for grades and the evaluation of student academic performance are the responsibilities of the instructor. The University grade appeal procedure is available only for the review of allegedly capricious grading and not for review of the instructor's evaluation of the student's academic performance. Capricious grading, as that term is used here, comprises any of the following: • The assignment of a grade to a particular student on some basis other than the performance in the course; • The assignment of a grade to a particular student according to more exacting or demanding standards than were applied to other students in the course; (Note: Additional or different grading criteria may be applied to graduate students enrolled for graduate credit in 300- and 400-level courses.) The assignment of a grade by a substantial departure from the instructor's previously announced standards. Discrimination Grievance Procedures for Students: Discrimination Grievance Procedures for Students can be found here: Statement of Human Rights: The Board of Curators and UMKC are committed to the policy of equal opportunity, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability and status as a Vietnam era veteran. Commitment to the policy is mentored by the Division of Diversity, Access & Equity, but it is the responsibility of the entire university community to provide equal opportunity through relevant practices, initiatives and programs. Title IX: Under the University of Missouri’s Title IX policy, discrimination, violence and harassment based on sex, gender, and gender identity are subject to the same kinds of accountability and support applied to offenses based on other protected characteristics such as race, color, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age, ancestry, disability, military status, and veteran status. If you or someone you know has been harassed or assaulted, you can find the appropriate resources by visiting UMKC’s Title IX Office webpage ( or contacting UMKC’s Title IX Coordinator, Mikah K. Thompson (816.235.6910 or Additionally, you can file a complaint using UMKC’s online discrimination complaint form, which is located at WhilemostUMKCemployeesarerequiredtoreportanyknownorsuspectedviolationofTitleIX,studentsmayseek confidential guidance from the following campus locations: UMKC Counseling Service UMKC Counseling Service Student Health and Wellness Volker Campus Health Sciences Campus 4825 Troost Ave., Suite 115 4825 Troost Ave, Suite 206 Health Sciences Building 1418 Kansas City, MO 64110 Kansas City, MO 64110 2464 Charlotte Phone - (816) 235-6133 Phone – (816) 235-1635 Kansas City, MO 64108 Phone – (816) 235-1635 (open Tuesdays, 1-5pm) UMKC Connect: Important information is available to undergraduate students in UMKC Connect accessed through Blackboard. Throughout the term,studentsmay receiveemailsregarding coursegrades oracademic performance. Students are expected to address information posted in a timely fashion. This information may be shared with the student’s Success Network made up his or her academic advisor(s) and other campus resources so that UMKC may fully support the student’s success. College of Arts & Sciences Course Policies & Resources: Please refer to the following web page and the linked resources for critical information regarding course policies and resources. You are expected to abide by all the rules and regulations regarding student conduct referenced in these pages.


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