C o o r d i n a t e s   (1,4,1)

Math 141: Calculus 2
Instructor: Joe Erickson (erickson@bucks.edu)
Textbook: Calculus, by Briggs & Cochran
Term: Spring 2014

Announcements for eLearning Section E59

April 22 - I'm going to push back the window to take Exam #4 to April 29 - May 5 in order to give everyone more time to get prepared!

April 18 - Exam #3 and its key are in Resources.

April 17 - Okay, it's been a long, tough process, but it looks like the grading for Exam #3 may be done late tonight, so that I can determine some kind of appropriate curve and send out scores via BCCC e-mail. So stay tuned!

March 23 - Exam #2 scores have been sent out via BCCC e-mail. Alas, no one really did that hot on this one. It is, perhaps, among the hardest of the four exams in the course; but on the other hand, the material coming up on infinite series is harder still for some on account of it being more theoretical. Three hours will be given to complete Exam #3 and also Exam #4.

March 22 - Exam #2 and its key are now in Resources (link below).

March 5 - Exam #2 will be available at the Newtown testing center by roughly around 3:00 PM tomorrow (Thursday), I estimate.

March 1 - Exam #1 scores have been sent out by BCCC e-mail. (I should mention that my late nights tend to be very late nights!)

February 28 - Exam #1 and its key are now in Resources (link below). Exam #1 scores will be sent out via BCCC e-mail by late tomorrow (March 1) I should think.

February 24 - I've added a couple of examples to Section 8.7 of the Notes (link below). They go a little "above and beyond" the textbook and should help show how all the theory can be put into practice.

February 13 - Okay, I've moved the window of opportunity to take Exam #1 to February 14 - 20, since the campus was closed on the 13th. To get an idea of what formulas will be given on the exam, take a look at the most recent Exam #1 in Resources (link below). Since there was no assignment given for section 7.4, that section will not appear on the exam.

January 19 - Information pertaining to the course will appear here in a couple of days (the semester has not started yet). The link to the syllabus below is not yet functional. The link to the assignment sheet does work and is current. Regarding course materials, the package at the Newtown campus bookstore is what you should get.

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