Quiz: Wednesday, February 27 (in class, based on the hw up to section 2.6)
Exam 1: Wednesday, March 5 (in class) based on the hw up to section 2.6. Exam 1 extra info
Quiz: Wednesday, April 2 (in class) based on the hw for sections 3.1--3.5
bring a hand-written double-sided note card with the first 24 differentiation rules (under the back cover of the textbook)
Exam 2: Wednesday, April 9 (in class) based on the hw up to section 3.6
Exam 2 extra info
Each student can write one double-sided page of notes, and a hand-written double-sided note card with the first 24 differentiation rules (under the back cover of the textbook) Exam 2 extra info
Special make-up option: you can write a make for one of the two midterm exams. The grade will REPLACE the grade you had for this particular exam.
Important: if you wish to take this special make-up, please send me an e-mail message in advance.
Date and time: Monday May 5 at 9:15--10:30, MSB 219
Extra office hours: Monday May 5 at 10:30am--noon, MSB 219
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Calculus, Early Transcendentals, Volume 1, (6th Edition), with WebAssign code.
Author: James Stewart
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