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W214 Calculus and Its Applications (10
by: Bittinger, Ellenbogen & Surgent
Description: This course is for business students. Major topics include limits, differentiation and
integration of algebraic functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, areas and applications
of the topics to business problems.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or higher in MAC1105.
Content: We will study topics from Ch. R-4.
Attendance: You are expected to on time and prepared for each meeting. Absence is not an excuse
for anything. It is your responsibility to ascertain topics covered during your absence.
Calculators: Required, at certain times only a scientific calculator will be allowed.
Assignments: Given bi-weekly, available on Angel. Some may be collected as a quiz. Adequate
notice will be given.
Quizzes: Classroom quizzes once per week, computer quizzes(CQ) completed by published due date.
No late CQs accepted. These quizzes will be combined as one exam score. MathXL is required.
Exams: Expect three exams and a final.
Make-up Exams: These are considered on an individual basis. A valid reason and notification to me
within 24 hours is required. Contact by email at the address given above.
Grades: Final grade to be averaged using 4 exam scores and combined quiz average.
A = 90-100 B = 80-89 C = 70-79 D = 60-69 F = 0-59 W = Student withdrawal by Nov. 6.
I or WI = C average or better and a substantial reason for not completing.
Resources: Office conference, classroom, MathXL,, ASC, math lab, study groups.
Use any or all of these to assist you for this course.
Cheating: This will not be tolerated. You will receive a grade of zero and/or may be taken before
the Academic Review board for possible expulsion from IRSC.
The use of cell phones is prohibited during class at IRSC. All cell phones must be set on silent or off
during the class period. Any student who uses a cell phone to make or answer a call, or send and read
text messages or emails, other than IRSC emergency messages during class time may be asked to leave
and may be considered absent for that class. No student has the right to disturb the teaching and
learning process.

Learning outcomes for MAC2233: To apply critical thinking through problem solving.
In compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, and the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, professional disability specialists and support staff at the Student
Disability Services (SDS) facilitate a comprehensive range of academic support services and
accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. IRSC offers many disability resources at
on-campus labs. Students who wish to request an accommodation for a documented disability
should contact the SDS at 772-462-7782 or 772-462-7808.