MATH 121

Differential and Integral Calculus

Queen's University

Differentiation and integration with applications to biology, physics, chemistry, economics, and social sciences; differential equations; multivariable differential calculus.

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MATH 121 Syllabus for Richard Gottesman — Fall 2018

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Course Description
Differentiation and integration with applications to biology, physics, chemistry, economics, and social
sciences; differential equations; multivariable differential calculus.
University Operating Dates
Required Materials
A scientic non-programmable calculator from the Casio fx-991series (the only series accepted by
Arts & Science for tests and exams).
Optional Materials
The following material is available from the Queen's Campus Bookstore:
1. A reference text is available at the Campus Bookstore (http://www.campusbookstore.com):
Calculus by Deborah Hughes-Hallet et al., any edition.
Suggested Time Commitment
Students can expect to spend approximately 10 hours a week in study/practice and online activity for
this course.
Weighting of Assessments
Final grade percentages will be converted to a letter grade following the standard Arts & Science
conversion.
Sept 1 Tuition due
Sept 6 Classes start
Sept 19 Last day to add courses
Last day to drop courses without nancial penalty
Nov 2 Last day to change exam centre
Last day to submit exam accommodation requests (If applicable)
Last day to drop without academic penalty
Nov 30 Classes end
Dec 5-20 Exam period
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Assessment Location Frequency Weight
Alignment with
Learning
Outcomes
Pre-Class
Questionnaires and In-
Class Participation
onQ, in class Weekly; best 9 of
12 each term
5%, based on
completion.
Unit Self-Assessments Webwork Weekly; best 10
of 12 each term
7% 
Mastery Tests Webwork 3 times over the
year, 1% each
3% based on
mastery
Tutorials Tutorial Bi-weekly,
starting in Week
3
5%, based on
group
participation
Term tests (6) Webwork Every 3-4 weeks
Best 2 out of 3
each term
20% 
Mid-Course December
Exam
Proctored
Exam
Covers Units 1-
12
30% 
Final April Exam Proctored
Exam
Covers Units 13-
24
30% 
Activity Overview
Unit Self-Assessments:
There will be an online self-assessment associated with each Unit, which is to be completed through
the online homework system Webwork. These self-assessments will be due by Wednesday morning,
the week after the unit was introduced. E.g. The Unit 1 self-test will be due by Wednesday morning
of Week 2.
Self-assessments are meant as a learning tool: they may be attempted multiple times, and only the
highest grade achieved for each Unit will count, so you are encouraged to try them as often as you
need to reinforce your understanding.
Mid-Course and Final Proctored Exams
Both the Mid-course Exam and Final Exam are three hours in length and include multiple-choice and
long answer questions based on the material from their respective terms. The specic date for the
nal exam will be announced by the Exams Ofce during each term.
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Once the exam schedule has been nalized the exam date will be posted on your SOLUS account.
Students living in the Kingston area will write their nal exam on Queen’s campus. Students writing
off campus will receive an email to their Queen’s email account with full details of date/time/location
of their exam. Please note: off campus exams will be held on the same day as Kingston exams, but the
start time may vary slightly due to the requirements of the off-campus exam centre.
When you registered for the course, you indicated the exam centre location. If you do not remember
the exam location you chose, or if you wish to change your exam location, please email:
[email protected] or call 613-533-3322. The deadline for changing your exam centre can be foundon
the Queen's Arts & Science Online website. You must request the change prior to this deadline or
you will be subject to a non-refundable administrative fee of $100.00 per exam.
Location and Timing of Final Examinations
As noted in Academic Regulation 8.2.1, “the nal examination in any class offered in a term or session
(including Summer Term) must be written on the campus on which it was taken, at the end of the
appropriate term or session at the time scheduled by the Examinations Ofce.” The exam period is
listed in the key dates prior to the start of the academic year in the Faculty of Arts and Science
Academic Calendar and on the Ofce of the University Registrar’s webpage. A detailed exam
schedule for the Fall Term is posted before the Thanksgiving holiday; for the Winter Term it is posted
the Friday before Reading Week, and for the Summer Term the window of dates is noted on the Arts
and Science Online syllabus prior to the start of the course. Students should delay nalizing any
travel plans until after the examination schedule has been posted. Exams will not be moved or
deferred to accommodate employment, travel /holiday plans or ight reservations.
Calculator Policy
Calculators acceptable for use during quizzes, tests and examinations are intended to support the
basic calculating functions required by most Arts and Science courses. For this purpose, the use of
the Casio 991 series calculator is permitted and is the only approved calculator for Arts and Science
students. This inexpensive calculator sells for around $25 at the Queen's Campus Bookstore, Staples
and other popular suppliers of school and ofce supplies.
Privacy Statements
This course makes use of SharpScholar for quizzes. Be aware that by logging into the site, you will be
leaving onQ, and accessing SharpScholar's website. Your independent use of that site, beyond what is
required for the course (for example, purchasing the company’s products),is subject to SharpScholar's
terms of use and privacy policy. You are encouraged to review these documents, using the link(s)
below, before using the site.
https://www.sharpscholar.com/privacy/
This course also makes use of Crowdmark for online activities. Be aware that by logging into the site,
you will be leaving onQ, and accessing Crowdmark's website. Your independent use of that site,
beyond what is required for the course (for example, purchasing the company’s products),is subject to
Crowdmark's terms of use and privacy policy. You are encouraged to review these documents, using
the link(s) below, before using the site.
https://crowdmark.com/privacy/queens/
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Grading
All components of this course will receive numerical percentage marks. The nal grade you receive
for the course will be derived by converting your numerical course average to a letter grade
according to Queen’s Ofcial Grade Conversion Scale:
Queen’s Ofcial Grade Conversion Scale
Grade Numerical Course
Average (Range)
A+ 90-100
A 85-89
A- 80-84
B+ 77-79
B 73-76
B- 70-72
C+ 67-69
C 63-66
C- 60-62
D+ 57-59
D 53-56
D- 50-52
F 49 and below
Contacting the Teaching Team
The teaching team contact information is located on the Homepage of the course (see “Teaching
Team”).
For general questions about the course, please post to the Course Questions Forum, (located under
Help in the navigation bar). Feel free to help answer your peers’ questions on this forum. Most
questions are answered within 24 hours.
Please use your Queen’s email for inquires that are more personal in nature, or for issues such as
academic accommodations or marking. If you need to have a more detailed conversation,
pleasecontact your instructor.
Course Feedback
At various points during the course, studentsmay be asked to take part in a variety of feedback
activities (such as questionnaires and exit tickets).
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This feedback enables the team to make any adjustments necessary to improve the online learning
environment. Additional student feedback will be sought throughout the course. All surveys are
anonymous, and directly related to activities, assessments, and other course material.
Netiquette
In any course you often communicate with your peers and teaching team through electronic
communication. You are expected to use the utmost respect in your dealings with your colleagues or
when participating in activities, discussions and online communication.
Here is a list of netiquette guidelines. Please read them carefully and use them to guide your
communication in this course and beyond.
1. Make a personal commitment to learn about, understand, and support your peers.
2. Assume the best of others and expect the best of them.
3. Acknowledge the impact of oppression on the lives of other people and make sure your writing is
respectful and inclusive.
4. Recognize and value the experiences, abilities, and knowledge each person brings.
5. Pay close attention to what your peers write before you respond. Think through and re-read your
writings before you post or send them to others.
6. It’s ok to disagree with ideas, but do not make personal attacks.
7. Be open to be challenged or confronted on your ideas and challenge others with the intent of
facilitating growth. Do not demean or embarrass others.
8. Encourage others to develop and share their ideas.
Queen's Email
The university communicates with students via Queen's email. Please check your email regularly to
ensure you do not miss important information related to your course.
Copyright
The material on this website is copyrighted and is for the sole use of students registered in MATH
121. The material on this website may be downloaded for a registered student’s personal use, but
shall not be distributed or disseminated to anyone other than students registered in MATH 121.
Failure to abide by these conditions is a breach of copyright, and may also constitute a breach of
academic integrity under the University Senate’s Academic Integrity Policy Statement.
Accessibility/Accommodations
Queen's University is committed to achieving full accessibility for persons with disabilities. Part of
this commitment includes arranging academic accommodations for students with disabilities to
ensure they have an equitable opportunity to participate in all of their academic activities.
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If you are a student with a disability and think you may require accommodations, you are strongly
encouraged to contact the Queen's Student Accessibility Services (QSAS) as early as possible. For
more information, including important deadlines, please visit the QSAS website.
Students with course accommodations should contact CDS immediately following registration to
inform them of any accommodations to their timed assessments and/or nal exam(s).
Academic Considerations for Students in Extenuating Circumstances
Queen’s University is committed to providing academic considerationto students experiencing
extenuating circumstances that are beyond their control and are interfering with their ability to
complete academic requirements related to a course for a short period of time, not to exceed three
months. Students receiving academic consideration must meet all essential requirements of a course.
TheSenate Policy on Academic Consideration for Students in Extenuating Circumstanceswas
approved at Senate in April, 2017.Each Faculty has developed a protocol to provide a consistent and
equitable approach in dealing with requests for academic consideration for students facing
extenuating circumstances. Arts and Science undergraduate students can nd the Faculty of Arts
and Science protocol and the portal where a request can be submitted
at:http://www.queensu.ca/artsci/accommodations. Students in other Faculties and Schools who are
enrolled in this course should refer to the protocol for their home Faculty.
If you need to request academic consideration for this course, you will be required to provide the
name and email address of the instructor/coordinator. Please use the following the information
provided in the Teaching Team widget on the course homepage.
Academic Integrity
Academic integrity is constituted by the six core fundamental values of honesty, trust, fairness,
respect, responsibility, and courage.
These values are central to the building, nurturing and sustaining of an academic community in which
all members of the community will thrive. Adherence to the values expressed through academic
integrity forms a foundation for the "freedom of inquiry and exchange of ideas" essential to the
intellectual life of the University.
Students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the regulations concerning academic
integrity and for ensuring that their assignments conform to the principles of academic integrity.
Information on academic integrity is available in the Arts and Science Calendar (see Academic
Regulation 1), on the Arts and Science website, and from the instructor of this course.
Departures from academic integrity include plagiarism, use of unauthorized materials, facilitation,
forgery and falsication, and are antithetical to the development of an academic community at
Queen's. Given the seriousness of these matters, actions which contravene the regulation on
academic integrity carry sanctions that can range from a warning or the loss of grades on an
assignment to the failure of a course to a requirement to withdraw from the university.
Computer Requirements
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Students Studying or Travelling Abroad
If you plan to travel, we strongly recommend that you conrm Internet availability in your host
country prior to departure. In the past, students in other countries have been blocked from accessing
certain websites relevant to their courses, as well as onQ. It is the responsibility of all students to
book travel around course work, as we cannot change the format or timing on assessments or
assignments as a result of travel plans.
Microsoft Windows Client
Windows 8/Windows 10
Intel Core 2 Duo processor
4 GB RAM
Soundcard with speakers and microphone or
preferably a headset
Webcam
Mac Client
OS X 10.8 or higher
Intel i5 processor
4GB RAM
Internal, USB or external iSight microphone or
preferably a headset
Webcam
Supported Browsers
Chrome (latest version)
Firefox (latest version)
Safari (latest version on 64-bit Intel processors
only)
Internet Connection
Wired high speed access: Cable or better
(wi is not recommended)
Java
Latest version
Media Player
Flash (latest version)
Adobe Reader
Latest Version
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Course Timeline
Please note, some students may see an onQ Calendar for their course. However, the onQ calendar do
not display all dates associated with your course assignments. For complete information all of your
assignments in this course and the start and close dates, please refer to the Course Timeline below.
If there are discrepancies between dates in the course onQ site, the Timeline will be considered accur
All times are in Kingston time (Eastern).
WEEK 1
Sep 6 - 16
MATERIAL
Unit 1 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
Activity class.
Unit 1 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Sep 19, 2:00 PM
WEEK 2
Sep 17 - 23
MATERIAL
Unit 2 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
Activity class.
Unit 2 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Sep 26, 2:00 PM
WEEK 3
Sep 24 - 30
MATERIAL
Unit 3 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
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Activity class.
Unit 3 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Oct 3,2:00 PM
Tutorial 1
Your SOLUS time, Sep 24-Sep 26
WEEK 4
Oct 1 - 7
MATERIAL
Unit 4 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
Activity class.
Unit 4 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Oct 10,2:00 PM
Term Test 1
Thu Oct 4, 5:30 - 6:20 PM
Mastery Test 1
Due Wednesday, Oct 10 ,2:00 PM
WEEK5
Oct 8 - 14
MATERIAL
Unit 5 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
Activity class.
Unit 5 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Oct 17,2:00 PM
Tutorial 2
Your SOLUS time, Oct 8-Oct 10
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WEEK6
Oct 15 - 21
MATERIAL
Unit 6 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
Activity class.
Unit 6 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Oct 24,2:00 PM
WEEK7
Oct 22 - 28
Midterm
Break
Oct 25 - Oct
28
MATERIAL
Unit 7 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 7 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Oct 31,2:00 PM
Tutorial 3
Your SOLUS time, Oct 22-Oct 24
WEEK8
Oct 29 - Nov
4
MATERIAL
Unit 8 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 8 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Nov 7,2:00 PM
Term Test 2
Thu Nov 1, 5:30 - 6:20 PM
WEEK 9 MATERIAL ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
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WEEK9
Nov 5 - 11
MATERIAL
Unit 9 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 9 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Nov 14,2:00 PM
Mastery Test 2
Due November Nov 14,2:00 PM
Tutorial 4
Your SOLUS time, Nov 5 - Nov 7
WEEK 10
Nov 12 - 18
MATERIAL
Unit 10 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 10 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Nov 21,2:00 PM
WEEK 11
Nov 19 - 25
MATERIAL
Unit 11 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 11 Webwork
Due Friday, Nov 30, 2:00 PM
Term Test 3
Thu Nov 22, 5:30 - 6:20 PM
Tutorial 5
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Your SOLUS time, Nov 19 - Nov 21
WEEK 12
Nov 26 - 30
MATERIAL
Unit 12 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 12 Webwork
Due Wednesday, December 6, 2:00 PM
Mastery Test 3
Due Wednesday, December 5,2:00 PM
WEEK 13
Jan 7 - 13
MATERIAL
Unit 13 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 13 Webwork
Due by Wednesday, Jan 16, 2:00 PM
WEEK 14
Jan 14 - 20
MATERIAL
Unit 14 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 14 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Jan 23,2:00 PM
WEEK 15 MATERIAL ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
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WEEK 15
Jan 21 - 27
MATERIAL
Unit 15 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 15 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Jan 30,2:00 PM
WEEK 16
Jan 28 - Feb 3
MATERIAL
Unit 16 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 16 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Feb 6,2:00 PM
Term Test 4
Thu Jan 31, 5:30 - 6:20 PM
WEEK 17
Feb 4 - 10
MATERIAL
Unit 17 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 17 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Feb 13, 2:00 PM
WEEK 18
Feb 11 - 17
MATERIAL
Unit 18 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
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Unit 18 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Feb 27,2:00 PM
WEEK 19
Feb 25 - Mar
3
MATERIAL
Unit 19 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 19 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Mar 6, 2:00 PM
Term Test 5
Thu Feb 28, 5:30 - 6:20 PM
WEEK 20
Mar 4 - 10
MATERIAL
Unit 20 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 20 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Mar 13,2:00 PM
WEEK 21
Mar 11 - 17
MATERIAL
Unit 21 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 21 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Mar 20,2:00 PM
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Final Exam will be held during the examination period: Apr 11-27, 2019
WEEK 22
Mar 18 - 24
MATERIAL
Unit 22 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 22 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Mar 27,2:00 PM
Term Test 6
Thu Mar 21, 5:30 - 6:20 PM
WEEK 23
Mar 25 - 31
MATERIAL
Unit 23 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due midnight, night before your Peer Activ
class.
Unit 23 Webwork
Due Wednesday, Apr 3,2:00 PM
WEEK 24
Apr 1 - 5
MATERIAL
Unit 24 Overview
ASSESSMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Pre-Class Questionnaire
Due before midnight, night before your Pee
Activity class.
Unit 24 Webwork
Due Wednesday, April 10 ,2:00 PM
Course Feedback
Sent to Queen's email
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