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Math 141: Calculus 2
Instructor: Joe Erickson (email@example.com)
Textbook: Calculus, 2nd Ed., by Briggs & Cochran
Term: Fall 2015
November 20 - Exam #3 and its key are in the Resources.
October 24 - Exam #2 and its key are in the Resources.
October 6 - Exam #1 and its key are in the Resources section of the site (link below). Exam #1 scores will be sent out by BCCC e-mail very soon.
September 27 - A couple things. First, please do not use the "Ask My Instructor" feature in MyMathLab, as I'm not able to view those at present. Anyway you all should be doing the homework exercises given on the assignment sheet linked to near the bottom of this page, which are in the textbook and I have no difficulties viewing. If you really have a question with an exercise that isn't in the textbook, either state the exercise in an e-mail or maybe use a "screenshot" utility so you can attach the exercise as an image. For instance on Macbooks and the like, to do a screenshot, just press Command + Shift + 3 simultaneously, which will place a screenshot on the desktop. Ah yes, and the second thing: as I stated as clearly as I could in the syllabus, the exam dates are quite strict, and it is not permitted to take an exam outside the range of dates given for any exam. If you miss a midterm exam, that becomes your "dropped" score.
September 16 - The upcoming Exam #1 will have the same formula sheet that you see on the second page of last spring's Exam #1 (see the Resources link below).
September 12 - The notes (link below) I have consolidated into one pdf document, with updated cross-references to definitions, theorems, and so on. Section 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, and 8.8 of the textbook are sections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, and 8.5 of the notes. Also, section 7.7 of the textbook is slated to be section 7.4 of the notes, although I have no write-up for that material yet (the book's presentation is certainly sufficient). The table of content in the notes is clickable, which should be helpful.
August 22 - Announcements for the fall online course will appear here. The syllabus is below, and includes the course orientation.
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