Math 222 (Fall 2010)

Math 222: Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Section 363, 367

General Course Information
The lecture meets on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 12:05-12:55 PM in Ingraham 19.
Discussion section 363 meets on Tuesday and Thursday 8:50-9:40 AM in Psychology 134.
Discussion section 367 meets on Tuesday and Thursday 1:20-2:10 PM in Van Vleck B131.

TA’s Contact Information
Office: Social Science 6439, Van Vleck 818
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 9:40-10:30 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.

Midterm 1: 20%
Midterm 2: 20%
Final Exam: 35%
Pre-lecture Quizzes: 5%
Discussion Sections (HW,quizzes,participation): 20%

The class will be graded using the standard curve: A = [92,100], AB = [88,92), B = [82,88), BC = [78,82), C = [70,78), D = [60,70), F = [0,60). This will be changed only if the circumstances require it (for example, if an exam was unpredictably hard).

Homework will be assigned after each lecture and discussed and evaluated by the TAs. All the regular homework assigned on a Monday or Wednesday will be due at the beginning of the following Tuesday discussion section, and all homework assigned on a Friday will be due at the beginning of the following Thursday discussion section. No late homework will be accepted. Working in groups on the homework assignments is strongly encouraged; however, every student must write their own assignments. Your lowest three homework grades will be dropped at the end of the semester.

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!

Official Class Page by Professor David Anderson
This is Professor Anderson’s page. Here you can find the syllabus and each week’s homework assignment.
Moodle Page
You can take pre-lecture quizzes at this page.
Math Lab Page
The Math Lab offers free, drop in assistance to students. It will start on Sep. 13th.
Private Tutors Page
The math department maintains a list of qualified private tutors.
The Great University Tutoring Service (GUTS) provides free undergraduate tutors for most lower-level undergraduate courses.
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.