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Math 141: Calculus 2
Instructor: Joe Erickson (email@example.com)
Textbook: Calculus, 2nd Ed., by Briggs & Cochran
Term: Summer 2017
August 13 - Exam #4 and its answer key are on the site.
August 8 - How the final course grade is determined is described in what I hope is more crystal-clear language in the syllabus.
August 2 - Exam #3 is now posted. There is going to be a small delay in getting Exam #3 scores out by e-mail, but the time is imminent. Exam #4, meanwhile, is in testing centers.
July 10 - Exam #2 is now posted.
July 5 - In addition to myself and the college tutoring center, another option for getting help with the concepts is Josh Carmichael. He used to be at the BCCC tutoring center before heading off to Drexel University, and now he offers tutoring services of his own. His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 4 - As stated in the orientation, the old exams to be found on this site are not "practice exams." They're just old exams. If you're trying to survive the course by just memorizing the old exams, you will come to a bad end.
June 13 - Exam #1 is now posted in the Resources section of this site (link below). I'll include a link to the answer key sometime on Friday or Saturday.
June 5 - This is the formula sheet you'll find on the back of the first exam: formulas. Note this is not quite the same collection of formulas that has been given on past exams!
May 21 - Announcements pertinent to the 12-week summer online course will appear here. The syllabus below has been updated and now includes the Orientation for the course. This course does not use Canvas.
August 12 - Exam #3 and its answer key are on the site.
August 5 - Exam #2 and its answer key are now on the site.
July 22 - Exam #1 and its answer key are now to be found in "Resources" (link below).
July 5 - Announcements addressed to the Monday/Wednesday afternoon class will appear here. In addition to myself and the college tutoring center, another option for getting help in the course is Josh Carmichael. He once upon a time was on the BCCC tutoring center's staff before heading off to Drexel University, and now he offers tutoring services of his own. His e-mail address is email@example.com.
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