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

Announcements for eLearning Section E31

August 11 - Exam #3 and its key are in Resources now.

July 20 - Exam #2 scores have been sent out. It is of course standard practice to require clear, coherent work leading to each answer. If you got a lower score than expected, it is likely because your work was lacking. I'm well aware that many of you simply memorized the corresponding exam from the spring semester (it's glaringly obvious when someone does this). If you're one of those individuals, then you are doing yourself no favors both in this class and in your future endeavors. Sooner or later I change exam problems significantly, which has the effect of annihilating the memorizers before the finish line is reached. So beware!

July 19 - Exam #2 and its key are now in Resources.

June 24 - Exam #1 scores have been disseminated.

June 21 - At last! Exam #1 and its key are now in Resources (link below). Scores will be sent out via BCCC e-mail sometime soon.

June 11 - To be clear, section 7.4 is not on the exam since I never gave any assignment for that section. An assignment on hyperbolic functions is a "some day over the rainbow" dream of mine.

June 10 - Exam #1 should be available at the Newtown campus testing center by around noon on Wednesday, June 11. Check testing center hours before setting out, and also bring identification, a calculator, and writing instruments. You will not be allowed to use a cell phone or any other Internet-capable device as a calculator! Count on the exam taking up to 3 hours to complete. Good luck!

May 28 - Regarding MyMathLab (MML): the only reason I require it is because the student solutions manual is in it. That's all. I do not have quizzes in MML, and I do not have study plans or study guides in MML. The only study plan you need is the assignment sheet linked to below. It's as plain as that. The only thing complex about this course is the mathematics. I keep the website simple.

May 27 - The course begins today. Start by reading the E31 syllabus (link below).

May 15 - Announcements for the Summer 2014 distance-learning section Math 141.E31 will appear in this box. Links to the syllabus and assignment sheet are below.

Math 141 Links