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Unformatted text preview: MATH 2144.006 Calculus I Fall 2011 MWRF 10:3011:20 AM, PS 153 Instructor: Dr. Robert Myers, Professor of Mathematics Office: 429 MSCS (Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science) Phone: 7445792 (my office), 7445688 (Mathematics Department office, for leaving messages) Email: myersr@math.okstate.edu World Wide Web Homepage: http://www.math.okstate.edu/~myersr Office Hours: MWRF 2:303:20 PM, or by appointment. Course Websites: Online Classroom (Desire to Learn, D2L): https://oc.okstate.edu After logging on to D2L go to the homepage for this course. It will contain announcements and direct you to other course material such as the course schedule, practice exams, exam solutions, your current scores, and your current estimated grade. It will also have links to the following. Homework Login: https://www.webassign.net/login.html This is where homework will be assigned, submitted, and graded using the online system WebAssign. WebAssign Information: http://www.math.okstate.edu/webassign This contains instructions on how to enroll in WebAssign for this course. You will need the Class Key for this section, which is okstate 3579 9726 . It also contains a guide to using WebAssign in calculus and a link to the WebAssign support center. OSU Syllabus Attachment: http://academicaffairs.okstate.edu/facultyastaff/47syllabusfall This contains further information on such things as drop dates, incomplete grades, special accomodations for students with disabilities, academic integrity, and general university policies. Text: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Custom Edition for Oklahoma State University , by James Stewart. It covers Calculus I, II, and III. New versions should have a WebAssign Access Code packaged with them. Used versions may be missing the Access Code; in this case you would need to buy an Access Code separately, either from the OSU Bookstore or online from WebAssign. Be sure to ask OSU Bookstore personnel whether or not the particular book you are buying contains the Access Code. We will cover Chapters 16 with the following omissions: 1.4, 2.4,book you are buying contains the Access Code....
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 Fall '08
 PAGANO
 Calculus, Statistics

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