Calculus

- Instructor
- Hans Wenzl, email: hwenzl@ucsd.edu
- office: APM 5256, tel. 534-2734
- office hours: M1:30-2:20, W:2:30-3:20 and by appointment (just talk to me after class, or email/call me)

- Teaching Assistant
- Alex Bilik, email: abilik@math.ucsd.edu
- office: APM 5768, tel.
- office hours: MF11-12, T11-1(calculus lab)

**10/16/09**The first midterm will be on**FRIDAY, October 23**in class. The date was changed so that you can still ask questions in sections before the exam. I will also change the date of the second midterm to Friday, November 20.**10/30/09**Change of calculation of course grade: We will calculate your final score by a second method and then chose the better of the two scores as your final score. This should help students who messed up a midterm. See the syllabus for details.**12/6/09**My office hours during exam week will be T1:30-2:30, W1-2. A review session will be held for 10c on Wednesday, December 9 from 2-4pm in room B402 of AP&M. This is the room normally used for the calculus lab, in the basement of the math building. In addition, Alex, the course TA, will hold office hours on Monday from 2-4 and Tuesday from 11-1 in his office, AP&M 5768.

- Course Syllabus
**Updated 10/30**You are responsible for knowing the information and policies in the syllabus. - Course Calendar
**Updated 9/30**Important dates for the course in a convenient calendar format - Homework
**Updated 10/12** - Spring 2005 Exams in PDF format (practice exams)
**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.

- Final Exam Responsibilities An outline of the responsibilities of faculty and students with regard to final exams
- Policies on Examinations The Academic Senate policy regarding final examinations (These are the rules!)

- Online Calculus Community
- (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.
- [Thanks to the Office of Student Educational Advancement for providing this resource.]

- (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.
- Sites with resources for assistance and tutoring
- Calculus Tutoring Information about the Math Department's Calculus Tutoring Lab and other tutoring resources
- OASIS UCSD's Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services
- HotMath.org Online resource for homework solutions
- Calc101.com Automatic Calculus Derivatives and Integrals

- Sites with helpful advice for studying Mathematics
- Interesting sites relating to Mathematics (If you see a Math site you like
that's not here, email me the URL.)