MATH 106 CLASS INFORMATION, POLICIES,
and SYLLABUS SUMMER SEMESTER 2005
Instructor: Dr. Bo Deng
Office: 318 Avery
Phone: 4727219 (Do
not leave voice messages)
Email: bdeng@math.unl.edu
Grades: There will be
5 quizzes one each Wednesday’s recitation. There will be 4 hour exams plus the
Final Exam, all on Friday’s recitations. 20 points for each
quiz. 20 points for the Gateway Exam. 100 points for each hour exam. 200 points
for the Final Exam. There should be no more than 750 points for the
session. A standard conversion between
percentile grades and letter grades will be used for your course grades.
Text: Calculus,
2nd Edition, by Smith and Minton
Calculator: You are required to have a graphing
calculator for this course. The TI85 and TI86 are recommended. Calculators
that do symbolic computations will not be permitted on exams.
Scheduling: The reverse side of this syllabus includes a
tentative schedule of assignments and exams. These details are presented as a
guide. Your instructor may change the dates for each assignment and/or exam,
modify the exercise list, and/or add assignments. It is your responsibility to
keep track of the course details and schedule for your section.
Exercises: You are expected to work the assigned
exercises after the corresponding material is presented in class, and BEFORE
the next class meeting (lecture and recitation).
Projects and Other Assignments: This course
may include a group project. Your instructor will decide on the specific
requirements for your project report. There may also be other graded
assignments, at the discretion of your instructor.
Prerequisite
Policy: Students who take Math 106 must satisfy the
requirements of the Math Placement Policy. To comply with this policy
you must satisfy ONE of the following:
i) You have passed UNL's Math 102 or 103 (or the equivalent course at UNO or
UNK) with a grade of C, P or better.
ii) You have passed the prerequisite courses in
high school or at another college and have a qualifying score on the Math Placement
Exam after March, 2001. For times and locations see the math
department office (Avery 203), or
the department web site http://www.math.unl.edu.
GATEWAY
EXAM: This exam consists of 10 questions in which
you are asked to carry out calculations without using calculators, notes, or
tables. You must get at least 8 questions completely right to pass. If you do not pass the Gateway Exam when it
is first administered during recitation, you must go to the Arts and
Special
Dates:
June 10, 2005 (Friday) is the last day to
withdraw from this course and not have it appear on your transcript.
June
21, 2005 (Tuesday) is the last day to change your grade option to or from
Pass/No Pass.
June 29, 2005 (Wednesday) is the last day to drop this
course and receive a grade of W. (No
permission is required.) After this
date you cannot drop this course.
The FINAL EXAM is on
Friday, July 8, 2005
Students
are expected to arrange their personal and work schedule to allow them to take
the exam at the scheduled time. Students
who have conflicting exam schedules may be allowed to take an alternate final,
which is always given after the regularly scheduled final. No student will be allowed to take the final
exam early.
Departmental
grading appeals policy: Students who believe their
academic evaluation has been prejudiced or capricious have recourse for appeals
to (in order) the instructor, the departmental chair, the departmental appeals
committee, and the college appeals committee.
TENTATIVE
SCHEDULE
Week 

Section 
Exercises 
1 
M 
0.8 Preview
of Calculus 
p76: 4,5,10,12,16,17, 25,31,37,38,44 P20: 54,44, 87,89 
T 
0.5 Trig
Functions, 0.6 Exponential
and Log Functions 
P48:
9,11,13,17,27,35,43,48,49,52,53,57,58,61,63,70,76,82 P61: 5,9,13,15,16,21,37,41,43,44,47,50,53,56,68,71,87,88 

W 
0.7 Transformation
of Functions 1.1 The
Concept of a Limit 
P70: 5,8,11,16,17,18,21,27,29,31,33,43,53,55,58,59,63,66 P89:
6,7,11,13,18,21,22,27,32,33,35,36,42 

R 
1.2 Computation
of Limits 1.3 Continuity
and Consequences 
P100: 7,11,12,14,17,24,25,31,33,37,41,51,59,63,66 P111: 5,8,11,14,17,23,28,29,35,38,42,53,56 

F 
1.4 Limits
Involving Infinity Review 
P122:
8,9,10,13,16,17,18,21,24,27,36,37,41,45,51,55,58,64 

F 
Exam 1 



2 
M 
2.1 Tangent
Lines and Velocity 
P160: 5,6,9,12,14,15,18,21,31,32,36,39,43,46,57 
T 
2.2 The
Derivative 2.3 The Power
rule 
P173: 6,7,9,12,14,15, 2128,32,35,38,43,46,
47,50,53,54,56 P183: 5,15,17,21,23,26,30,32,39,43,44,47,52,55,59,61 

W 
2.4 The
Product and Quotient Rules 
P194: 6,7,9,10,13,15,17,19,43,47,48,49 

R 
2.5 Derivatives
of Trig Functions 
P203: 9,12,13,14,17,19,23,24,29,32,37,41,46,49 

F 
More
with Derivatives Review 


F 
Exam 2 



3 
M 
2.7 Chain
Rule 2.6 Exp.
and Log Functions 
P218:5,8,1012,15,18,27,29,33,34,50 P211: 8,10,17,18,19,26 P218: 23,26,32,43,57 
T 
2.8 Implicit
Differentiation 2.9 Mean
Value Theorem 
P227: 8,9,12,13,19,20,23,24,37,53,56,57 P236: 7,9,10,25,28,31; P227: 46,47,51 

W 
3.1 Linear
Approximations 7.6 L’Hopital’s Rule 
P249: 6,7,10,13,14,19,22,27,33,39,47,50,53; P603: 7,12,13,16,23,29 GATEWAY EXAM GIVEN FIRST TIME IN RECITATION 

R 
3.3 Max and
Min Values 3.4 Increasing
& Decreasing Functions 
P267:
5,8,16,18,19,23,29,30,33,36,41,42,44,54,55,56,62 P276: 5,13,14,16,20,23,25,27,30,35,39,43,52,55,59 

F 
3.5 Concavity 3.6 Overview
of Curve Sketching Review 
P284: 5,7,9,12,13,17,19,24,25,41,46,48,50,51,57,58 P296: 5,8,9,16,20,23,27,31,34,35,44,49,50,56 

F 
Exam 3 



4 
M 
3.7 Optimization
and Related Rates 
P306: 5,6,7,12,16,19,21,22,27,29,32,41 
T 
4.2 Sums
and Sigma Notation 
P340: 7,8,14,15,22,23,27,33,41 

W 
4.3 Area 
P348:
4,5,15,16,21,22,29,31,34,37,38,41,42,47,49 

R 
4.4 The
Definite Integral 
P361: 5,10,17,21,24,27,31,38,39,4952,57,62,65 

F 
4.7 Numerical
Integration Review 
P395: 10,11,14,18,22,23,31,38,39,
41ab,42ab,43ab,44ab 

F 
Exam 4 



5 
T 
4.1 Antiderivatives 
P331: 7,10,13,16,17,21,25,26,30,32,3537,4152,55,56,60,69,
7173; P549: 25,26,29,30 
W 
5.5 Projectile
Motion 
P449: 9,10,13,24,25,26,29,35,37,51,56 

R 
4.5 Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus Review 
P371:
7,11,15,20,25,3141,44,5156,62,77,90,81,8385 GATEWAY EXAM DEADLINE 

F 
Review 


F 
Final Exam 