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Math 2300
(Prerequisite C range or better in Math 1700)
Calculus III
FS 09
Instructor: Elias Saab
Elias Saab Office: 304A Math Science Building
Phone: 884-0621
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: By appointment.
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Blackboard Course Website: http://blackboard.missouri.edu (login with your pawprint and password)
Course Website: http://saab.org/math2300
Course Mirror Website: http://home.math.missouri.edu/math2300
Important Deadlines: http://registrar.missouri.edu/General_Resources/Dates_and_Deadlines.htm
September 24 is the last day to drop a course without a grade.
Opportunities for Extra Help:
Will be added later.
Text: Multivariable Calculus (6th edition) by James Stewart
Prerequisites for Math 2300 : A grade in the C range or better in Math 1700 or equivalent.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are enrolled in this course and the MU system shows that you are not
satisfying the required prerequisites, the Mathematics Department will drop you from the class
AFTER the last day for add/drop has passed, at which time, you will not be able to add another
course. It is your responsibility to provide appropriate documentation for satisfying
prerequisites and to check that the corresponding documentation has been entered in the MU
system.
Grades: Your grade for the course will be based on the following
Exams: There will be four 125 point exams. The exact material to be covered on each test
will be announced in class.
Homework: There will be six assignments, worth 120 points total. The due dates are
listed on the syllabus, and the assignments will be due at the beginning of the class period and will
not be accepted late.
Additionally, there are problems listed in ProblemsToDo.pdf file. These problems are to be
done as we go through each section as practice. They will not be collected or graded, but will
provide valuable practice learning the course material.
Total: 620 + (Quizzes Marks if any) points
To pass the course a student must satisfy both statements below:
1) Achieve a score of 250 points or more on the four exams
2) Have a passing level of the total points.
Attendance: Attendance is expected and required. You are responsible for all material covered in
class and all announcements made.
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Make-up Policy: There will be no automatic make up exams. If a student misses an exam, the
student must inform his/her instructor before the exam and provide written verification for the
reason. In that case we might provide a makeup for the test. If the conditions are not met, the
student will receive a zero on the exam. The above procedure may be applied only once.
Students with Disabilities: If you need accommodations because of a disability, if you have
emergency medical information to share with me, or if you need special arrangements in
case the building must be evacuated, please inform me immediately. Please see me
privately after class, or at my office. To request academic accommodations (for example, a
note taker), students must also register with Disability Services
http://disabilityservices.missouri.edu/ S5 Memorial Union, 882-4696 or 882-8054
TTY. It is the campus office responsible for reviewing documentation provided by students
requesting academic accommodations, and for accommodations planning in cooperation
with students and instructors, as needed and consistent with course requirements.
Another resource, MU's Adaptive Computing Technology Center
(http://actcenter.missouri.edu/), 884-2828, is available to provide computing
assistance to students with disabilities. For more information about the rights of people
with disabilities, please see ada.missouri.edu or call 884-7278.
Academic Dishonesty: Academic honesty is fundamental to the activities and principles of a
university. All members of the academic community must be confident that each person’s work
has been responsibly and honorably acquired, developed, and presented. Any effort to gain an
advantage not given to all students is dishonest whether or not the effort is successful. The
academic community regards academic dishonesty as an extremely serious matter, with serious
consequences ranging from probation to expulsion. When in doubt about plagiarism,
paraphrasing, quoting, or collaboration, consult the course instructor.
If cheating is suspected on any course work or examination, the instructor will follow all
procedures allowed by the MU faculty regulations, including the reporting of the incident to the
Provost Office and the possibility of submitting a grade of F in the course
If you have any problems with the course, please report it to Dr. Elias Saab, or
Amanda Clayton
Calculus Coordinator
University of Missouri
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 882-5353
Office: Math Building Room 203
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