Calculus and Analytic Geometry for Science and Engineering

**12/2/19**The**Math 20C Final Examination**will be held from**11:30am to 2:30pm**on**Tuesday, December 10**. It will be held in the**REC GYM**.See the file*There is assigned seating:***Math20C_FinalExam_Seating.pdf**in the**Final Exam Assigned Seating**module in Canvas.- Visit the following link for a diagram of the room:
**REC GYM**. - Bring your
. We will check your ID against the class roster.*Student ID*- Individuals whose identity cannot be verified will not be allowed to sit for the final examination.

**9/29/19**Welcome to Math 20C!

**Canvas**is our new LMS. Grades (and other information) will be posted here.**Course Syllabus****Updated 9/29/19**You are responsible for knowing the information and policies in the syllabus.**Course Calendar****Updated 9/29/19**Important dates for the course in a convenient calendar format**WebAssign****Updated 10/1/19**
Instructions for accessing WebAssign via Canvas and obtaining an access code.
**Textbook Homework Assignments****Updated 11/12/19**
Problems from the textbook and what will be covered on each exam
**Gradescope****Updated 10/1/19**
The system we will use to grade the written portion of your homework.
**Piazza**- Math 20C Piazza Homepage An online forum to ask (or answer) questions and find other useful resources
- Math 20C Piazza Registration Page If you haven't already registered, follow the instructions on this page to register for our Piazza site.

**Spring 2015 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.*"It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers." (James Thurber)*

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

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

- Calculus Tutoring Links to information regarding the Calculus Tutoring Lab, OASIS, and private tutors
- Wolfram|Alpha A powerful computational knowledge engine

- Wikipedia
- Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
- The Math Forum
- Math Archives
- Gowers's Weblog A very interesting blog about several aspects of mathematics and teaching mathematics by Fields medalist Sir William Timothy Gowers.