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of the semester. If not making a good grade in this course will have a dire effect on your career,
then either drop the course, or work really hard. Doing calculus efficiently is heavily dependent
on developing certain skills, and these can usually only be developed through lots of practice.
SYLLABUS: A syllabus for this course can be found at the mathematics homepage, and a
tentative calendar listing which sections from the textbook will be covered on which days can be
found at Blackboard.
HELP: The Learning Skills Center in Jester offers help of many kinds, including printed
material, videotapes, and free or inexpensive tutoring.
The University of Texas at Austin provides upon request appropriate academic
accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. For more information, contact the Office
of the Dean of Students at 471-6259, (471-4641 TTY).
HONESTY: I encourage people to work together on homework and help each other. Do not fall
into the trap of thinking that because you think you understand a solution presented by someone
else, you know how to solve the problem. You must struggle with this material on your own to
develop the necessary skills. Cheating on an exam will likely get you ejected from the course,
and possibly from the University. You will not be allowed to use a calculator or any other
device during an exam....
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