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Unformatted text preview: Math 16b Thomas Scanlon Autumn 2010 Thomas Scanlon Math 16b Math 16b This is Math 16b, the second semester of UC Berkeley's calculus class intended for people planning to concentrate in elds requiring some mathematical applications. All of the course material (such as homework assignments, syllabi, announcements, et cetera ) will be posted on our bSpace page to which you already have access if you have enrolled in the class by following the link http://bspace.berkeley.edu Thomas Scanlon Math 16b Unregistered? What should you do if you are not registered for this class (or are on a waiting list or are in the wrong section)? If you do not have access to our bSpace page, write to me ( [email protected] ) and I will grant you guest privileges. The waiting list and section transfers will be handled by Barbara Peavy in 967 Evans. If you wish to swap sections, it would be best to nd a student in the section to which you wish to change who would be willing to take your current place. Neither the GSIs nor I have any authority over enrollment for this class. Thomas Scanlon Math 16b Important dates Sections meet every Tuesday and quizzes will be administered most weeks. My o ce hours are Mondays, 1pm  2pm and Thursdays, 11am1pm in 723 Evans. It is well worth your time to attend o ce hours. We have two midterms in this room on 23 September 2010 and 4 November 2010 in our regular classroom. Our nal exam is on Friday, 17 December 2010 from 7pm to 10pm. Alternate exam times will be o ered only for people who have o cially sanctioned con icting commitments ( eg NCAA competitions). You must discuss these con icts with me well in advance of the scheduled exams. Thomas Scanlon Math 16b A note on technology My lectures will alternate between parts where I use these prepared computer projected slides and other parts where where I will write mathematical computations and draw graphs by hand. This class is not podcast. The slides will be posted on our bSpace page, but you will need to take notes or nd copies of your classmates' notes for the material not included on the slides. We will be using i>clickers this term. Thomas Scanlon Math 16b i>clickers If you not done so yet, you should buy or rent an i>clicker from the Cal Student Bookstore before our next class. Once you have acquired a device, you need to register it through the i>clicker website: http://www.iclicker.com/registration/ 4 % of your course grade will be based on class participation as recorded by the i>clicker. While you will not be graded on the accuracy of your responses, you may lose this credit if your answers are clearly unresponsive ( eg repeated responses of E when this is not one of the options)....
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