Text: Calculus: Early Transcendentals (3rd Edition), by J. Rogawski and C. Adams |

*If you stop caring about achievement, and actually care about*-- J.K.A. Smith.**learning**, you will get both.- Tristan Harris has written an article on the effects of technology.
- A podcast in which Tristan Harris talks with Sam Harris about the effects of technology.
- A meditation by Francis Edward Su entitled The Lesson of Grace in Teaching.
- An abbreviated syllabus.
- We will be using WebAssign Online Homework and Grading for the homework problems (Quick Start Guide)

- Help sessions will be available M-Th 1900-2100 in NH251.
- Computer algebra
- Desmos: a very nice online graphing calculator.
- WolframAlpha: a free, online, and easy-to-use CAS.
- SageMathCell: an easy-to-use web interface to SAGE.
- Newton method calculator.
- Riemann sum calculator via WolframAlpha.
- SAGE help
- SAGE reference manual
- Online tutorial by Vladimir Dobrushkin
- Sage for Undergraduates by Gregory Bard
- Quick reference guides: calculus (.pdf), linear algebra (.pdf)
- Quick tutorial: .pdf

Date |
09/24 | 10/18 | 11/12 | 12/06 | 12/14 (1830-2130) |

Exam |
#1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | Final |

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**Academic Integrity Statement:** In general, you may discuss homework problems with other students, but the written solutions you submit must be you own work and not simply a copy of another student's work. There may be special problems assigned for which no collaboration with others is allowed. It will be made clear if collaboration is not allowed on an assigned problem. Of course, cheating on tests or the final exam is not allowed. Cheating includes the use of unauthorized notes or devices, copying from another student, or consciously allowing another student to copy from your work. Details of Calvin's policy on academic integrity can be found in the College's Student Conduct Code.

Last updated 11/30/18 |