Calculus for Science and Engineering

**3/12/19**The**Math 20B Final Examination**will be held from**7:00pm to 10:00pm**on**Saturday, March 16**.- We will check your
**student ID**against the course roster. Therefore, it is very important that you- Bring your student ID, and
- Sit for the final examination in the room scheduled for the lecture in which you are enrolled.

- The locations for the exam are listed in the table below.
- There is
**assigned seating**. See your Math 20B TritonEd Grade Center for your**seat assignment**.

**Instructor****Lecture**

Time (MWF)**Location of Final Examination**

Fri. Mar. 16, 7:00pm - 10:00pmJohn Eggers 10:00am (Lec. A) SOLIS 107 Roman Kitsela 5:00pm (Lec. B) PETER 108 Nikolay Buskin 1:00pm (Lec. C) CENTR 101 Leesa Anzaldo 3:00pm (Lec. D) PETER 110 - We will check your
**1/7/19**Welcome to Math 20B!

**Course Syllabus****Updated 1/7/19**You are responsible for knowing the information and policies in the syllabus.**Math 20B Course Supplement**Supplement to Chapter 7 of Rogawski ()*Required*

**Course Calendar****Updated 1/7/19**Important dates for the course in a convenient calendar format**Homework****Updated 2/19/19**
A list of textbook homework questions and link to online homework using WebAssign.
**Piazza**A discussion forum for Math 20B. This a great resource! Sign up here if you didn't receive an email invitation.- Fall 2018 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. **Math 20B Instructors**If there is a link to your instructor, follow it for contact information, office hours and other information specific to your instructor.

- Exam Responsibilities An outline of the responsibilities of faculty and students with regard to final exams

- UCSD Podcasts
- Check the UCSD podcast site to see if a lecture you're attending is being podcast.

- Sites with resources for assistance and tutoring
- Calculus Tutoring Links to information regarding the Calculus Tutoring Lab, OASIS, and private tutors
- HotMath.org Online resource for homework solutions
- Calc101.com Automatic Calculus Derivatives and Integrals
- Wolfram|Alpha A powerful computational knowledge engine
- Khan Academy Math Video Library Video resources on everything from basic algebra to calculus
- OASIS UCSD's Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services

- 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.)