Accelerated SingleVariable Calculus II
Math 155B  Fall 2011  Vanderbilt UniversityNEWS
 Lecture:
 MWF 9:10am10:00am
 Stevenson 1206
 Discussion Section:
 Tues 8:10am9:10am & 9:10am10:00am
 Stevenson 1313
 Instructor's Office Hours:
 Mon 11am1pm & Weds 10:15am11:15am
 Stevenson 1418
 TA's Office Hours:
 Tues 1:30pm2:30pm & Thurs 8am9am
 Stevenson 1227E
TA Contact Information
 Clark Chong
 Office: Stevenson 1227E
Course Information
Syllabus pdf 
posted on 22 Aug 2011 
Course Policies pdf 
posted on 18 Aug 2011 
Exams
Exam #1 
15 September 2011 
7pm8:15pm 
SC 1307 & 1308 
Exam #2 
13 October 2011 
7pm8:15pm 
SC 1307 & 1308 
Exam #3 
03 November 2011 
7pm8:15pm 
SC 1307 & 1308 
Exam #4 
01 December 2011 
7pm8:15pm 
SC 1307 & 1308 
Final Exam 
15 December 2011 
7pm9pm 
SC 1307 
Handouts
posted on 27 Nov 2011 

posted on 27 Nov 2011 

posted on 6 Oct 2011 

posted on 12 Sep 2011 

posted on 8 Sep 2011 

Limit Rules pdf 
posted on 7 Sep 2011 
Course Handout pdf 
posted on 21 Aug 2011 
Course Description
Math 155B is the second semester accelerated calculus offering 4 hours credit. The course covers:
 Single variable integration
 Integration and differentiation techniques for exponential, logarithmic, and other transcendental functions
 Arc length, surface area, and other applications of integration
 Separable differential equations and applications
 Parametric plane curves
 Polar coordinates and applications
 Conic sections
 Infinite sequences and series
Grading Scheme
There is a total of 700 possible points in this course:
 Exams: 400 points (100 points per exam)
 Final Exam: 150 points
 Quizzes: 75 points
 Homework: 75 points
Letter grades will be based on a general 10point scale, where 90100 guarantees a grade in the A range, 8089 B range, 7079 C range, 6069 D range, with plus or minus grades assigned as appropriate.
Quizzes
Quizzes will be given every Tuesday at the start of recitation.
Quizzes will typically be one or two problems and take five minutes. Graded quizzes will be returned the following recitation. The lowest four quiz scores will be dropped.
Homework
Homework will be assigned every class in lecture and posted on the course website. Assignments are due the following Wednesday at the start of lecture.
Roughly half of the homework score will be for completeness (making a reasonable attempt at all the problems). The other half will be given for a chosen few graded problems. Late homeworks will not be accepted. The lowest two weekly homework scores will be dropped. Graded homeworks will be returned during the following recitation.
Homework Assignments
HW 14 
p.696 #27, 29, 33, 35, 41, 47; p.704 #315 odd 
Date Due: 7 Dec 2011 
HW 13 
p.672 #713 odd, 25, 39; p.683 #1525 odd, 59, 63; p.689 #2331 odd, 41 
Date Due: 30 Nov 2011 
HW 12 
p.769 #315 odd, 23; p.782 #5, 15, 17, 27, 57; p.662 #4, 13, 15, 21 
Date Due: 16 Nov 2011 
HW 11 
p.758 #1131 odd; p.763 #715 odd 
Date Due: 9 Nov 2011 
HW 10 
p.745 #331 odd; p.749 #717 odd; p.755 #1321 odd 
Date Due: 2 Nov 2011 
HW 9 
p.720 #3743 odd; p.730 #2133 odd, 47, 49; p.739 #1121 odd 
Date Due: 26 Oct 2011 
HW 8 
p.622 #3, 5, 7, 13, 15, 17; p.634 #3, 7, 9, 17; p.720 #1935 odd 
Date Due: 19 Oct 2011 
HW 7 
p.583 #313 odd, 2333 odd 
Date Due: 12 Oct 2011 
HW 6 
p.551 #1321 odd, 54; p.566 #713 odd, 17; p.573 #915 odd, 25 
Date Due: 5 Oct 2011 
HW 5 
p.508 #717 odd, 2226 all; p.517 #4, 7, 1519 all; p.524 #29, 33, 45, 49, 56 
Date Due: 28 Sep 2011 
HW 4 
p.493 #319 odd, 35, 47; p.501 #1723 odd, 43 
Date Due: 21 Sep 2011 
HW 3 
p.461 #4, 25, 37; p.468 #17,35,59; p.478 #1931 (odd), 43, 44, 55, 56 
Date Due: 14 Sep 2011 
HW 2 
p.409 #9, 28, 32, 38b, 47, 54a, 66; p.419 #3,13,16,27,37,69,75; p.453 #8,10,19 
Date Due: 7 Sep 2011 
HW 1 
p.85 #15, p.107 #41, p.161 #45, p.169 #15, p.241 #19, p.338 #17, p.342 #17; p.391 #20b, 31, 33c, 34c, 35c; p.402 #15, 31, 50, 80, 84 
Date Due: 31 Aug 2011 