**Instructors:**

Section 1: Joshua Laison

Office: 1S Bradley Hall

Office Hours: Monday 2-3, Thursday 11-12, and by appointment.

Section 2: Diane Martinez

Office: 1Q Bradley Hall

Office Hours: Monday 12:05-1, Friday 9-9:55, and by appointment.
** Location:**

Section 1: Bradley 105

Section 2: Bradley 105

** Times: **

Section 1: MWF 10:00 - 10:50, TH 12:00 - 12:50

Section 2: MWF 11:15-12:05, TU 12:00-12:50

** Textbook: **

*Calculus with Applications,* by Varberg and Fleming

The text is available at the Dartmouth Bookstore.

** Homework:**

Homework will be assigned every class period, unless there is a quiz, and will be due at the beginning of the following class period. Each assignment will receive a grade of 0, 1, or 2 as follows:

0 for little or no correct work,

1 for significant errors or omissions,

2 for substantially correct and complete work.

** NO LATE HOMEWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED, ** however, each student's three lowest homework scores will be dropped.

** Quizzes:**

There will be a short quiz at the end of the last class of the week (usually Friday). The quiz will cover the material from that week and will contain problems similar to those on the homework. Each quiz is worth 10 points. ** YOU ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN CLASS TO TAKE THE QUIZZES. ** If there are extremely grave circumstances which you know ahead of time and which will cause you to miss a quiz, you may discuss them with your instructor and he or she may decide to allow you to take the quiz early.

** Exams:**

There will be two hour-long exams and a two-hour final exam.

First hour exam: Monday, October 16, 6:00-7:00 pm in Rockefeller Center Room 3

Second hour exam: Monday, November 6, 6:00-7:00 pm in Rockefeller Center Room 3

Final exam: Monday, December 4, 4:00-6:00 pm in Steele 6

** THE FINAL EXAM IS SCHEDULED BY THE REGISTRAR AND CANNOT BE CHANGED. DO NOT MAKE PLANS TO LEAVE CAMPUS BEFORE THE SCHEDULE FOR FINALS HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES CAN YOU TAKE THE FINAL AT AN EARLIER TIME THAN SCHEDULED.**

** Exams:**

Your final letter grade for Math 1 will be determined by the fraction of 488 possible points you earn. The components of the total score are:

Homework: 48 (2 points each)

Quizzes: 90 (10 points each)

Exam 1: 100

Exam 2: 100

Final: 150

Total: 488

Class participation will count in borderline cases.

** Tutorials: **

Tutorials are scheduled Monday through Thursday nights from 7-9 pm in Bradley 103. Tutorials are optional, but you are encouraged to use them to work on the homework or for help with the course material. The tutors for this course are:

Luke Felker

Dara Lee

Andy Bayard

** Honor Principle: **
Dartmouth students are expected to adhere to the honor principle. In this course, that means that while homework can and should be worked on and discussed with others, the work you hand in must be your own. No copying! All quizzes and exams will be closed book and closed notes, and obviously no collaboration is allowed on quizzes or exams. Calculators are ** NOT ** permitted on quizzes or exams.

** Special Needs: **
Any student with a disability for whom speical accommodations would be helpful is encouraged to discuss this with the instructor as soon as possible.