- Rogawski, Calculus, 2nd Edition (
Early Transcendentals

) - Section C, 10:00
- Section D, 10:00

New Webwork Site: Here

Old Webwork Site: Here

WeBWorK Home (not for our course): Here

The green bar on webwork when you get a problem correct

- Calculus with Sage, by Sang-Gu Lee, with RAB, et alia
- Sage Home
- UPS Sage Server (on-campus, or vDesk, or VPN)
- Sage Public Server
- SageMathCloud (very experimental)
- Sage for Undergraduates, by Gregory Bard [More]

These textbooks are free to copy legally, since their authors have used their copyright to provide you with a license allowing unlimited free copying. They would be good companions to the material in our text.

- Community Calculus, David Guichard, Whitman College
- Open Calculus, Matt Boelkins, Grand Valley State University
- APEX Calculus, Gregory Hartman, Virginia Military Institute, et alia
- Precalculus, by Carl Stitz, Lakeland Community College and Jeff Zeager, Lorain County Community College
- Trigonometry, by Michael Corral, Schoolcraft College

Use the Sage notebook "Upload" function to pull these worksheets into your Sage notebook. Sage Notebook Server (on-campus)

- Epsilon-Delta (Once into your notebook: click on the code, then click the "evalute" link below it.)
- Locally Linear [HTML]
- Euler's Number (e) [HTML]
- Analysis of Motion [HTML]

- YouTube Mandelbrot Zoom
- Several Fractal Zooms at MathsNet
- Trigonometric Identities
- Closing in on the Internal Rate of Return, Robert A. Beezer, UMAP Module 750 (1997)

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Last updated: August 26, 2014