## Exam Information

- You must bring a Blue Book to the exam. (You might want to bring two.)
- You must bring your ID.
- You may bring one (double-sided) page of
*handwritten* notes. (No photocopies.)
- No calculators or other electronic devices will be allowed during the examinations.

The following are examples of what exams in this class might look like. They are NOT practice exams. They may differ in form and content from the exams given this term.

## Textbook Information

The required textbook for the course is *Calculus: Early Transcendentals* (2nd Edition), by Jon Rogawski; published by W.H. Freeman and Company; 2012. (We will cover parts of Chapters 5-11 of the text.)

- We will use Chapters 5-11.
- If you do not plan to take Math 20C, then you can buy a shorter (and cheaper) textbook for just Math 20A and Math 20B that covers only single variable calculus:

*Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals*, by Jon Rogawski; 2012
- The Student Solutions Manual is optional. It has solutions for odd-numbered problems in the text.
- The Online Study Center Access is optional.

We will also use Sections 1-5 of the

Math 20B Student Supplement.