Bring a copy of this full course information
to class on Wednesday, August 29.
Here's my single favourite history
of mathematics web site. Look there for
more information about the history of anything in calculus.
For help with using the TI-89, there is a
TI-89 primer available on-line. There are also materials
written by the publisher of your textbook. They may be found here.
This may be dependent on your computer, browser, or other
Here is some information about lab writeups.
Here are some comments concerning the problem sets.
Where will the solutions be?
I told you there'd be some solutions posted to the in-class problems suggested on the course information page, here they are. Pester me if I'm negligent about updating them.
Our two exans will occur as follows:
XM1 Thursday, October 8, 7 - 9p
XM2 Thursday, November 5, 7 - 9p
If you are looking for help, and I am not available, consider the math
learning center. (Note: visit the center to confirm
actual hours of operation. The center opens for the
semester on September 7.)
Here's a place you may leave anonymous
comments about the course.
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