**Math 222: Calculus and Analytic Geometry II**

**Section 301**

**General Course Information**

The lecture meets on Tuesday and Thursday 9:30-10:45 AM in Van Vleck B130.

Discussion section 301 meets on Monday and Wednesday 7:45-8:35 AM in Van Vleck B211.

**TA’s Contact Information**

E-mail: slee@math.wisc.edu

Office: Van Vleck 818

Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 8:40-9:30 AM, or by appointment.

To set up an appointment to meet me outside of my scheduled office hours, you can see me before/after class or send me an email.

**Grading**

Your grades wil be computed out of 500 points, distributed as follows.

Midterm 1: 100 points

Midterm 2: 100 points

Final Exam: 200 points

Quizzes: 100 points

Quizzes will be given at the beginning of discussion each Wednesday (except on midterm exam weeks) starting on Wednesday, September 16. The quizzes will be approximately 10 minutes long and will be based on the previous week’s homework assignment. Each quiz will be worth 10 points and only your 10 best quiz scores will count towards your final grade. The remaining quiz scores are dropped.

At the end of the semester, letter grades will be assigned according to the following scale.

450-500: A

435-449: AB

400-434: B

385-399: BC

350-384: C

280-349: D

0-279: F

**Homework**

Homework will be assigned every Tuesday in lecture and posted on Professor Feldman’s webpage. Although it is not collected, it is still very important, both for your grade and for your understanding of the material, that you complete each homework assignment. There’s a saying that goes “Mathematics is not a spectator sport.” You cannot learn the material simply by watching Professor Feldman and I work through it in class; you must also work out problems yourself. Failure to do so will severely impact your performance on exams.

**Files**

This section is where documents, such as quiz solutions, will be posted. Unless otherwise noted, all documents posted here will be PDF files.

Notes on Integration by Marc Conrad

My friend Marc provides a good note on integration. Check it out!

**Links**

Mikhail Feldman’s Page

This is Professor Feldman’s page. Here you can find the syllabus and each week’s homework assignment.

Getting help in your math class

This page is run by the Mathematics Tutorial program. It lists a number of resources that are available for getting math help here at UW-Madison.