Instructor: Adam Bowers
WLH 2005 This class will be meeting ONLINE
TA information will be posted to Canvas
Discussion sections will not be meeting for this class until further notice.
Since this class is now meeting online exclusively, the following online tools will be crucial to the success of the course.
- Canvas: Learning management system
- Piazza: Online discussion forum
- Socrative: Course response system
- Gradescope: Pen-and-paper homework submission (access through Canvas)
- WebAssign: Online homework submission (access through Canvas)
- Zoom: Broadcasting remote lectures (access through Canvas)
The required textbook for the course is Calculus: Concepts and Contexts (4th Edition), by Stewart; published by Cengage Learning. We will use Chapters 4-8 of the textbook in this course. You can buy a physical copy of the textbook in the UCSD Bookstore or you can buy ELECTRONIC ONLY access directly from WebAssign (after logging into WebAssign via Canvas).
Complimentary access to Cengage Unlimited: Cengage, the publisher of the Math 10B textbook, is promising free access to Cengage Unlimited for the Spring term. Cengage Unlimited provides access to Cengage's "entire catalog of online textbooks and homework solutions", and that includes that Math 10B textbook and online homework. For more information, see the following link:
The exam information is subject to change based on current events. Students will be provided sufficient warning.
Exam 1: 24 Apr 2020 (Friday) — Topics include 4.8, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5.
Exam 2: 22 May 2020 (Friday) — Topics include 5.6, 5.7, 5.10, 6.1, 6.2.
Final Exam: 10 Jun 2020 (Wednesday, 8:00a-10:59a) — The final exam is cumulative and covers every topic from the course.
The following are examples of what exams looked like in a past version of this course. They are NOT practice exams. They may differ in form and content from the exams given this term. These sample exams are based on exams given in an actual course a few quarters ago (Winter 2019).
Since the course is now online only, exams will likely be very different than the sample exams provided above.
This calendar includes lecture times, office hours, and review session times (if any), and discussion section times.