Calculus for Science and Engineering

Instructor |
Lecture |
Time (MWF) |
Location |
---|---|---|---|

Ben Weinkove | Lecture A | 10:00am-10:50am | PCYNH 109 |

Adam Bowers | Lecture B | 1:00pm-1:50pm | SOLIS 107 |

Joris Vankerschaver | Lecture D | 4:00pm-4:50pm | LEDDN AUD |

- (11-29-11)
**THE FINAL EXAM**is Wednesday, Dec 7 at**7 pm**. Don't forget to bring a Blue Book. (Or maybe two, just in case.)*For exam loactions, click here.*

- (11-18-11) Answers to Exam 2 version A have been posted
~~here~~. [Note: Answers have been removed.]

*Note: You must be on campus to download exam-related files.*- Disclaimer: Questions may very from the exam you took. These answers are provided only to give you some idea of how to do the problems and are not guaranteed to be complete or accurate.

- (11-13-11) Exam 2 is Tuesday, Nov 15 at
**8 pm**. Don't forget to bring a Blue Book. (Or maybe two, just in case.) - (10-21-11) Answers to Exam 1 version C have been posted
~~here~~. [Note: Answers have been removed.]

*Note: You must be on campus to download exam-related files.*- Disclaimer: Questions may very from the exam you took. These answers are provided only to give you some idea of how to do the problems and are not guaranteed to be complete or accurate.

- (10-13-11) Exam 1 is Tuesday, Oct 18 at
**8 pm**. Don't forget to bring a Blue Book. - (10-06-11) LECTURE D ROOM CHANGE: Professor Vankerschaver's 4pm lecture has been moved to Ledden Auditorium (LEDDN AUD) on Muir campus (formerly known as HSS 2250).
- (10-05-11) Answers to select homework sets are available on the "Homework" page. You must use a UCSD recognized network connection to access them.
*Answers will be posted on or after the due date listed.* - (9-20-11) EXAM UPDATE: Students are required to bring blue books to each exam. Blue books can be purchased at a variety of locations around campus, including the bookstore.
- (9-15-11) TEXTBOOK INFORMATION:
The textbook for this course is
*Calculus: Early Transcendentals*(2nd Edition), by Jon Rogawski. It does not matter which version of the second edition you have,*but it must be the second edition.*- We will use Chapters 1-5. Math 20B uses Chapters 5-11 and 20C uses Chapters 12-15.
- Note: the Online Study Center Access is optional.

- (9-14-11) Welcome to Math 20A!

- Course Syllabus You are responsible for knowing the information and policies in the syllabus.
- Course Calendar Important dates for the course in a convenient calendar format
- Homework
- Math 20A Instructors Links to contact information, office hours and other information specific to your instructor.
- Fall 2009 Exams in PDF format
**Note:**The above exams are provided "as is"—exactly as they appeared when administered and without answers; in addition, they may differ in form and content from the exams given this term.

- Final Exam Responsibilities An outline of the responsibilities of faculty and students with regard to final exams
- Policies on Examinations The Academic Senate policy regarding final examinations (These are the rules!)
- Student Conduct Regulations UCSD policy on student conduct and discipline

- PeerWise: A student resource and study aid under development here at UCSD. Check it out!
- Online Calculus Community
- (Calculus) Online Community:
An email directory and bulletin board designed as a resource to help students find study
partners and communicate their questions (and answers) about the subject.
- Thanks to the Office of Student Educational Advancement for providing this resource.

- (Calculus) Online Community:
An email directory and bulletin board designed as a resource to help students find study
partners and communicate their questions (and answers) about the subject.
- Sites with resources for assistance and tutoring:
- Calculus-Help.com
- Thanks to Stephanie Hsu for making me aware of this resource.

- Calculus Interactive Examples keyed to the Rogawski and Stewart texbooks.
- Thanks to Professor Al Shenk for providing this resource.

- Calculus Tutoring Information about the Math Department's Calculus Tutoring Lab and other tutoring resources
- OASIS UCSD's Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services
- HotMath.org Online resource for homework solutions
- Calc101.com Automatic Calculus Derivatives and Integrals
- Wolfram|Alpha Enter your question or calculation to compute the answer.

- Calculus-Help.com
- Sites with helpful advice for studying Mathematics:
- Interesting sites relating to Mathematics:
*(If you see a Math site you like that's not here, email me the URL.)*