## Email Archive

This is an archive of all email messages sent to all students in Math 10C (Spring 2014).

### June 14, 2014

Subject: WileyPlus Access
Date: June 14, 2014 10:46:56 AM PDT
Dear Students,
You are receiving this email because you took Math 10C during Spring Quarter 2014. Your purchase of a
WileyPlus access code entitles you to continued access to the online resources (such as the textbook and
student solutions manual) even when the course is over.
If you would like to have continued access to these materials, then you can do so by registering for the
Math 10 WileyPlus course called "Continued Access" at the following URL:
http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls390109/
This will not cost you anything. The *same code* you used to sign up for Math 10C in the Spring will grant
you access to the "Continued Access" course. This course will not have any posted homework, but you will
have access to the online textbook and any other online resources (such as the student solutions manual).
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10 Coordinator

### June 13, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Online Homework Opinion Survey
Date: June 13, 2014 10:56:09 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
You are receiving this email because your instructor used the WileyPlus online homework system this quarter.
At this time, we would very much appreciate your feedback on the online homework system. Please follow the
link below to complete a short survey about the online homework system used in this course. The survey is
completely anonymous and has no effect on your course grade.
XXX [redacted]
Your opinion counts and we will base our future homework decisions in part on the results of this survey.
Thank you very much for your time.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator

### June 9, 2014

Subject: WileyPlus Access
Date: June 9, 2014 10:48:44 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
Now that the quarter is over, the WileyPlus course has been closed. This means you will no longer be able to
access online resources such as the textbook or student solutions manual. If you would like to have continued
access to these materials, then you can do so by using your SAME CODE to register for the the Math 10
WileyPlus course called "Continued Access". You can register using the following URL:
http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls390109/
This will not cost you anything. The *same code* you used to sign up for Math 10C will grant you
access to the "Continued Access" course. This course will not have any posted homework, but you will have
access to the online textbook and any other online resources (such as the student solutions manual).
You should still have access to your Math 10C grades regardless of your enrollment status.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10 Coordinator

### June 6, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Final Exam
Date: June 6, 2014 8:59:55 AM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
The final exam is TOMORROW, SATURDAY, JUNE 7 (3:00-6:00 pm).
Exam information: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam3.html
The exam covers all topics discussed in class up to and including Section 16.2. (Not 16.4.)
All students have been given a seat assignment for the final exam. You can find this seat assignment
in the Ted grade center. (First click on "Math 10C". Then click on "Tools" and then "My Grades").
You can also find the seating assignments here:
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/final_exam_seating.html
This information is protected so you must use the following username and password to access the complete
seating chart:
username: XXX [redacted]
password: XXX [redacted]
Remember to bring your ID, because it will be checked during the final exam. Also bring a BlueBook (or two).
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator

### June 1, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Final Exam Information
Date: June 1, 2014 10:53:26 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
The final exam is SATURDAY, JUNE 7 (3:00-6:00 pm). This is the saturday of THIS WEEK, which is THE DAY
AFTER THE LAST DAY OF CLASSES.
Exam information: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam3.html
The exam covers all topics discussed in class up to and including Section 16.2. (Not 16.4.)
All students have been given a seating assignment for the final exam. You can find this seat assignment
in the Ted grade center (where your grades are). You can also find the seating assignments here:
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/final_exam_seating.html
This information is protected so you must use the following username and password to access the complete
seating chart:
username: XXX [redacted]
password: XXX [redacted]
Remember to bring your ID, because it will be checked during the final exam. Also bring a BlueBook.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator

### May 26, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Final Exam Assigned Seating
Date: May 26, 2014 9:26:24 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
The Math 10C final exam is Saturday, June 7. Please see the final exam information webpage:
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam3.html
Each student has been given an assigned seat for the final exam. You can find your seat assignment in the
Ted grade center (where your grades are). The complete list of final exam seat assignments (together with
maps) can also be found here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/final_exam_seating.html
This information is protected so you must use the following username and password to access the complete
seating chart:
username: XXX [redacted]
password: XXX [redacted]
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers
Math 10C Coordinator

### May 22, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Final Exam
Date: May 22, 2014 10:40:51 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
Midterm 2 has only just been taken, but it is already time to start thinking about the final exam! That is
because the Math 10C Final Exam is THE DAY AFTER THE LAST DAY OF CLASSES! That's right, the final exam is
Saturday, June 7 (3:00-6:00 P.M.).
Some room assignments are different from the midterm room assignments. You can find your assignment here:
http://math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam3.html
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator

### May 20, 2014

Subject: Overcrowding in Lecture A (11:00-11:30 am)
Date: May 20, 2014 9:39:38 AM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
Due to overcrowding in Lecture A (with Professor Bowers in Center Hall 119 meeting 11:00 - 11:50 A.M.),
we have been forced to use assigned seating in Lecture A (only) starting on Wednesday, May 21. If you are
enrolled in Lecture A, your seat assignment is posted in Ted. If you are not enrolled in Lecture A, then
you must attend the lecture in which you are officially enrolled.
In case of confusion regarding seat assignments in Lecture A, a photo ID will be required.
This is only for Lecture A (11:00 - 11:50 A.M.) and does not relate to the exam assignments in any way.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator
A map of Center Hall 119 with seat numbers is here:
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/downloads/Center_119_Seating_Chart.pdf

### May 19, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Exam 2 Info
Date: May 19, 2014 6:56:21 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
Midterm Exam 2 is tomorrow (Tuesday) at 8:00 pm. Information for Exam 2, including room assignments and
exam topics, can be found on the class webpage: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam2.html
Remember to bring a Blue Book.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10 Coordinator

### May 15, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Exam 2
Date: May 15, 2014 3:11:46 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
The locations for Midterm Exam 2 can be found on the course webpage here:
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam2.html
(The room assignments for Exam 2 are the same as the room assignments for Exam 1.)
You can also find other important information on that webpage, such as the list of exam topics.
Remember: You must bring a Blue Book to the exam. You may bring one page of handwritten notes (both sides
are okay), but you may not use any electronic devices. Also remember Question Zero.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator

### April 22, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Exam 1
Date: April 22, 2014 8:08:29 AM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
Don't forget! The Math 10C Midterm Exam 1 is tonight. Exam locations and information can be found on the
class website: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam1.html
Make sure you go to the correct room.
Please also remember that you must bring a Blue Book. (It might be a good idea to bring two.)
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10 Coordinator

### April 15, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Exam 1 Room Locations
Date: April 15, 2014 11:09:46 PM PDT
Dear Math 10C Students,
The locations for Midterm Exam 1 can be found on the course webpage here:
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/exam1.html
Please be aware that your exam may not be in the same location as your lecture.
You can also find other important information on that webpage, such as the list of topics (which does not
include 13.4). Please be aware that you must bring a Blue Book. (You may wish to bring two.) Also, you
may not use a calculator, but you may use one sheet of notes (both sides are okay).
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10C Coordinator

### March 31, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Spring 2014
Date: March 31, 2014 7:26:31 PM PDT
Dear Students,
You are receiving this email message because you are enrolled in one of the three Math 10C lectures at UCSD
this Spring Quarter.
*Math 10C Course Website*
Everything you ever wanted to know about the course, including the syllabus and course calendar, can be found
on the course website: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/index.html
*Textbook and Online Homework*
The textbook for this course is "Calculus", 6th edition, by Deborah Hughes-Hallett, et. al. (published by
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2013). We will be using the publisher's online homework system called WileyPlus.
IF YOU WERE ENROLLED IN 10B LAST QUARTER: the same WileyPlus code you used before will give you access
to the 10C homework and resources this quarter. In order to register, follow the link for your Math 10C
instructor here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/wiley.html
OTHERWISE: If you were not in Math 10B last quarter, then you must buy a copy of the book that includes the
WileyPlus online homework code. (You can get such a book at the UCSD bookstore.) Alternately, you may buy a
separate code which will give you ELECTRONIC ACCESS TO THE BOOK. To do that, follow the link for your Math
10C instructor here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/wiley.html
You may try WileyPlus for free for 14 days using the "14 Day Grace Period". If you are planning to buy the code,
but have not yet received it, you should enroll now with the 14 Day Grace Period. You can enter the code at a
later time.
I hope everyone will have an enjoyable Spring Quarter.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10 Course Coordinator

### March 26, 2014

Subject: Math 10C Spring 2014
Date: March 26, 2014 12:27:56 AM PDT
Dear Students,
You are receiving this email message because you are enrolled in one of the three Math 10C lectures at UCSD
this Spring Quarter. I am sending you this email now because there are a few things about the course that you
may want to know.
*Math 10C Course Website*
Everything you ever wanted to know about the course, including the syllabus and course calendar, can be found
on the course website: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/index.html
*Textbook and Online Homework*
The textbook for this course is "Calculus", 6th edition, by Deborah Hughes-Hallett, et. al. (published by
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2013). We will be using the publisher's online homework system called WileyPlus.
IF YOU WERE ENROLLED IN 10B LAST QUARTER: the same WileyPlus code you used before will give you access
to the 10C homework and resources this quarter. In order to register, follow the link for your Math 10C
instructor here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/wiley.html
OTHERWISE: If you were not in Math 10B last quarter, then you must buy a copy of the book that includes the
WileyPlus online homework code. (You can get such a book at the UCSD bookstore.) Alternately, you may buy a
separate code which will give you ELECTRONIC ACCESS TO THE BOOK. To do that, follow the link for your Math
10C instructor here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/10c/wiley.html
You may try WileyPlus for free for 14 days using the "14 Day Grace Period".
I hope everyone will have an enjoyable Spring Quarter.
Sincerely,
Adam Bowers,
Math 10 Course Coordinator