# Calculus

## CALC100 — Calculus I, 3.0 hours

This primary course on Calculus is designed for students intending to continue to advance courses in calculus, and mathematics in general. Topics include a detailed study of differential calculus and its applications and are introduced to antiderivatives.

Programs Objectives

- Find limits of functions of one variable
- Determine where a function is continuous
- Evaluate derivatives of elementary functions of one variable
- Analyze the behavior of functions and use the analysis to graph them
- Solve application problems involving derivatives
- Evaluate elementary integrals
- Evaluate derivatives and integrals of transcendental functions
- Utilize various differentiation and integration techniques

## Professor

Lauren graduated from Marietta College with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a minor in Philosophy. She received her Master of Science from The University of Akron in Applied Mathematics. While completing her Masters research, she worked as a Statistician at American Greetings in Cleveland, Ohio. She also has completed coursework and research towards a Ph.D. in Engineering Applied Mathematics at The University of Akron. While going to school at UA, she was employed as a Graduate Assistant and taught many courses in the Mathematics department Her daughter is almost two years old and Lauren enjoys spending time with family, attending Cleveland Cavaliers games, running, yoga, cooking, gardening, and reading.

## Online Support (IT) and Moodle Navigation

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## Books and Resources

Larson, Ron. Calculus. 11th Ed. Cengage, 2018.

## Evaluation Method

Graded work will receive a numeric score reflecting the quality of performance.

Course Requirement Summary

- Assignments - Total of 100 Points
- Weekly discussion forums-Total of 80 Points
- Final Exam - 50 Points

## Grading Scale

Graded work will receive a numeric score reflecting the quality of performance as given above in evaluation methods. The maximum number of points a student may earn is 230. To determine the final grade, the student's earned points are divided by 230.

Your overall course grade will be determined according to the following scale:

A = (90% -100%)

B = (80% - 89%)

C = (70% - 79%)

F < (Below 70%)

## Academic Integrity/ Plagiarism

Cheating (dishonestly taking the knowledge of another person whether on a test or an assignment and presenting it as your work) and plagiarism (to take and pass off as one's own the ideas or writing of another) are a serious issue. While it is legitimate to talk to others about your assignments and incorporate suggestions, do not let others "write" your assignments in the name of peer review or "borrow" sections or whole assignments written by others. We do get ideas from life experiences and what we read but be careful that you interpret these ideas and make them your own.

I am aware that many types of assignments are available on the internet and will check these sources when there is legitimate suspicion.

Penalty is a zero on the assignment. In cases where there is a major or continuous breach of trust, further discipline, such as an "F" in the course, may be necessary.

The major consequence of any form of cheating is damage to your character and the result of trust and respect.

## Disability Accommodations

Students who may have a disability meriting an academic accommodation should contact Jim Gepperth, the Disabilities Services Coordinator and Academic Dean. For accommodations to be awarded, a student must complete a form and provide documentation of the disability to the Disability Services Coordinator. Any accommodations for disabilities must be re-certified each year by the Disability Services Coordinator before course adjustments are made by individual instructors. Additional information on disability accommodations may be found in the Lakewood University Catalog.

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## Objectives

- Find limits of functions of one variable
- Determine where a function is continuous
- Evaluate derivatives of elementary functions of one variable
- Analyze the behavior of functions and use the analysis to graph them
- Solve application problems involving derivatives
- Evaluate elementary integrals
- Evaluate derivatives and integrals of transcendental functions
- Utilize various differentiation and integration techniques

## Lessons

- A Preview of Calculus
- Finding Limits Graphically and Numerically
- Evaluating Limits Analytically Continuity and One-Sided Limits

Study Course Syllabus

Read Chapters 1.1- 1.4

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Complete Assignment 1

Lesson Evaluation

- Infinite Limits
- The Derivative and the Tangent Line Problem
- Basic Differentiation Rules and Rates of Change
- Product and Quotient Rules and Higher-Order Derivatives

Read Chapters 1.5 & 2.1-2.3

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Lesson Evaluation

- The Chain Rule
- Implicit Differentiation
- Related Rates

Read Chapters 2.4-2.6

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Complete Assignment 2

Lesson Evaluation

- Extrema on an Interval
- Rolle’s Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem
- Increasing and Decreasing Functions and the First Derivative Test
- Concavity and the Second Derivative Test

Read Chapters 3.1-3.4

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Lesson Evaluation

- Limits at Infinity
- A Summary of Curve Sketching
- Optimization Problems
- Newton’s Method
- Differentials

Read Chapters 3.5-3.9

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Complete Assignment 3

- Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integration
- Area
- Riemann Sums and Definite Integrals
- The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
- Integration by Substitution

Read Chapters 4.1-4.5

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Complete Assignment 4

Lesson Evaluation

- The Natural Logarithmic Function: Differentiation
- The Natural Logarithmic Function: Integration
- Inverse Functions
- Exponential Functions: Differentiation and Integration
- Bases Other Than e and Applications

Read Chapters 5.1-5.5

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Lesson Evaluation

- Indeterminate Forms and L’Hôpital’s Rule
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Differentiation
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Integration
- Hyperbolic Functions

Read Chapter 5.6-5.9

Participate in the Discussion Forum

Complete Assignment 5

Complete the Final Exam

Request the Next Course

Lesson Evaluation**THANKS FOR A GREAT CLASS**