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## Math 10B Winter 2012 Calculus II

Instructor Lecture Time (MWF) Location
Tomoki Ohsawa Lecture A 10:00 - 10:50 A.M. PCYNH 109
SOLIS 107
Adam Bowers Lecture B 1:00 - 1:50 P.M. CENTR 115
Justin Roberts Lecture C 2:00 - 2:50 P.M. CENTR 101

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All discussion sections are held on Tuesday.

### Announcements

• (3-9-12) The Final Exam is cumulative and will cover all sections covered in class.

• (3-8-12) Here is a PDF containing answers to Exam 2 Version A.
(Warnings: As always, solutions may contain errors.)

• (2-23-12) Textbook problems for Midterm 2 Review: HERE

• (2-22-12) Midterm 2 will cover the following sections: 7.1, 7.2, 7.4, 7.7, 7.8, 8.1, 8.2.

• (2-7-12) Here is a PDF containing answers to Exam 1 Version C.
(Warnings: Contents of exam may differ from the version of the exam you took. Solutions may contain errors.)

• (1-19-12) ROOM CHANGE: Math 10B Lecture A (with Tomoki Ohsawa) has been moved to SOLIS 107.

• (1-1-12) Textbook Information: The textbook for this course is Calculus (5th Edition), by Deborah Hughes-Hallett, et al.; published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2009
• Note: The bookstore has several textbook options available. The "required" text, Calculus: Single & Multivariable covers the material in 10A, 10B, and 10C. For students who will not take 10C, a less expensive option is Calculus: Single Variable which covers the material in 10A and 10B. For each of these texts, there is an identical looseleaf version which is much less expensive, and can be bound in a 3-ring binder. Any of these options suffice for this course.

• Welcome to Math 10B!

• 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  Homework will not be collected, but will be the source of quiz questions.

• Winter 2010 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.

• 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.

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