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Math 201: Calculus II - Spring 2011

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Our final will be on May 11 and covers sections 7.1-5, 7.7-8, 8.1-3, 10.1-6, 11.1-11. You will be allowed a single 3x5 inch index card of handwritten notes (penalties will be assessed for overages) and a calculator (non-graphing).
Our second test was on Monday 4/4 and covered sections 8.2, 8.3, 11.1-10.
A QuickTime presentation introducing two comparison tests as well as the corresponding slides are available in the course Attachments section below.
Our first test was on Monday 2/21. The test covered sections 7.1-5, 7.7-8, 8.1. You were be allowed the use of a scientific calculator (though it wasn't strictly necessary). The test was closed note. Formulas related to Simpson's rule, the midpoint rule and the trapezoid rule were provided on the exam, but without comment or explanation.
Written Homework Assignments by Due Date
Be sure to follow the instructions for the formatting of written assignments.

Corrections to assignments will be written in red.
 Assignment Due Date
WebAssignHomeworkAfter every class that isn't an exam or review day.
7.1 47, 54, 62.
 1/26/2011
7.2 28, 40, 56.
7.3 18, 20, 26.
 2/2/2011
7.4 40, 44, 50.
7.5 12, 18, 50, 56.
 2/9/2011
7.7 16, 22, 30.
7.8 10, 14, 63.
8.1 10, 12.
 2/16/2011
8.2 10, 14. 2/23/2011
8.3 22, 26, 36, 48.
11.1 15.
 3/2/2011
11.2 10, 24, 32
11.3 16, 24, 32.
11.4 20, 30,
35, 37.
 3/9/2011
11.5 16, 18.
11.6 1, 33.
 3/23/2011
11.7 19, 25, 35.     
11.8 29, 30.
11.9 39.
11.10 10, 15, 29, 68.
 3/30/2011 
11.11 28, 35, 37.
 4/13/2011
10.1 8, 10, 19, 20, 25, 26.  4/20/2011
10.2 28, 34.
10.3 24, 54, 56. 
 4/27/2011
10.5 26, 28, 30, 57, 63. 5/4/2011

Signing up for WebAssign

  • Go to www.webassign.com (or click the Web Assign link from my Math 201 homepage)
  • On the right of the page at the bottom of the ACCOUNT LOGIN box, you will see a link called ``Have a class key?" Click this link.
  • Type in our class key: uaf 0957 6527
  • Once you push ENTER, our class should come up: Calculus II with Gordon Williams at UAF. Click Yes, this is my class.
  • You will be asked if you already have an account. It is OK if you have an account and do not remember the login or password. They can email that information to you.
  • If you must make a new account, you will have to enter a username, password, first name, last name, and email address. Two critical issues are remembering your password and giving an email address that is correct. This is the address I will use to respond to any questions you ask me through WebAssign.
  • Once logged in, you will have the opportunity to either purchase access online, enter an access code, or continue with a trial period.
  • Yippee! You made it! Under the ``My Assignments" heading you will see the current assignments with due dates. Under the ``Resources" heading, you will see a copy of the syllabus. More importantly, this is where I will post solutions to written homework and quizzes.
There will be WebAssign problems due before almost every class. It is your responsibility to make sure you are checking daily for exercises.
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