Elementary Calculus Activity Brief

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Activity Brief For Assessment 3

ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 – 2022 – FALL

Course Instructor

BCO116 – Elementary Calculus (2CH/3ECTS)

Participation in all assessment activities stated in this document is required. An overall course total of 70 points is required to pass the course. Due dates and times are always in Geneva time.

Assessment 3

 Description Due date and Weight of time course total Task 3.1: Quiz on Integration 07/01/2022 14:00 5% Assessment type: Quiz Description: Quiz on Integration (preparation for Final Assignment). For further details of this assessment task, please consult the activity description on the relevant week of the course site. Task 3.2: Final Assignment 17/01/2022 14:00 35% Assessment type: Written assignment Description: Assignment on Integration. See sections below for further details. INSTRUCTIONS Final Assessment

The Final Assignment consists of five questions regarding the course content from Weeks 8 to 13. All questions can be found below (Additional Information).

• Answer all questions and show all required formulas and calculation steps.
• Full marks will not be awarded unless all required steps are shown.
• The task is individual.

FORMAT

Your submission must meet the following formatting requirements:

• Submit one file only.
• Required file format for main submission: PDF.
• You may paste a photograph or a scanned image of handwritten answers – make sure these are readable.
• Additional file requirements: None.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

• Understand basic integration techniques to solve simple differential equations.
• Understand and locate the concepts of limits, derivatives, and integrals within the business context to illustrate problems involving functions and interpret the results in that context.

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Quiz on Integration: two multiple answer questions, each worth 50%.

 Task Accomplished Proficient (B) Partially Borderline (D) Fail (F) (A) proficient (C)

Calculation

 Result and process Minor errors Some important are correct, and leading to wrong errors revealing answer is well result, but some confusion, explained (process explanation is but partially is detailed). Minor clear and correct process. details may cause process is Seemingly correct deduction of points. generally correct. process and correct result, but no adequate explanation is provided

Important errors revealing significant misunderstanding of relevant concepts, but the process is not entirely wrong.

Wrong result, lacking any coherent explanation.