General Information | Schedule | Homework Assignments | Links | Exams |

**Announcements:**

- Practice Final Exam solutions are now available here.
- Practice Final Exam is now available here
- Written Homework 10 is now available. DUE MONDAY 12/7/2009 AT THE START OF THE EXAMe.
- Written Homework 9 is now available. DUE WEDNESDAY 12/2/2009 IN CLASS.
- The second midterm exam can now be picked up in our office.
- Written Homework 8 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 11/20/2009 IN CLASS.
- Practice Exam 2 Solutions are now available here.
- Written Homework 7 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 11/13/2009 IN CLASS.
- Practice Exam 2 is now available here.
- Written Homework 6 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 11/06/2009 IN CLASS.
- Written Homework 5 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 10/30/2009 IN CLASS You will need to consult the following image: ClICK HERE FOR IMAGE FOR HW5.
- There is no WebWork due Wednesday October 21, but the Friday October 23 assignment is now available.
- Practice Exam 1 Solutions are now available here.
- Written Homework 4 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 10/23/2009 IN CLASS.
- Practice Exam 1 is now available here.
- Information on Time/Location for Study groups now available here..
- Deriviative as a matrix reading availabele here..
- Written Homework 3 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 10/16/2009 IN CLASS.
- Written Homework 2 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 10/9/2009 IN CLASS.
- Written Homework 1 is now available. DUE FRIDAY 10/2/2009 IN CLASS.
- Be sure to browse the following supplements to the text: Matrix Add./Sub || Matrix Multiplication. These will be discussed on Monday September 29th. They will be covered in the webwork due September 30th.

Textbook |
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*Calculus* (sixth edition) by James Stewart. The text is available at Wheelock Books.
Note: This text is frequently used in the math department for a variety of classes, so it may
be possible to obtain a used copy for a signifigantly cheaper price.

Instructors |
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Greg Petrics | Ralf Rueckriemen | |
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Class Time | MWF 11:15 - 12:20 | MWF 11:15 - 12:20 |

x-hour | Tuesday 12:00 - 12:50 | Tuesday 12:00 - 12:50 |

Classroom | 108 | 105 |

Office | Kemeny 212 | Kemeny 212 |

Office Hours | Monday 12:30-2:30PM Wednesday 12:30-2:30PM Friday 12:30-1PM or by appointment |
Tuesday 1-3PM Thursday 1-3PM or by appointment |

gregory.c.petrics ~at~ dartmouth.edu | ralf.rueckriemen ~at~ dartmouth.edu | |

Phone | (603) 646-9809 | (603) 646-9809 |

Exams |
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There will be two midterm exams and a final. Tentative dates are listed below. If you are unable to make an exam, it is your responsibility to notify your instructor at least 6 days prior to the exam and arrange a make-up time.

Date | Time | Room | |
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Exam 1 | Wednesday, October 21 | 4:00 - 6:00 | Silsby Hall Room 028 |

Exam 2 | Wednesday, November 11 | 4:00 - 6:00 | Silsby Hall Room 028 |

Final Exam | Monday, December 7 | 11:30am - 2:30pm | Kemeny 008 |

Attendance |
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Class meets three times per week and occasionally on X-hours. You will be expected to attend your section of the class; excessive absences will affect your course grade.

If you must miss class, please contact your instructor in advance.

Homework |
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Homework will consist of two parts:

- Webwork: this is an online homework system that gives you immediate feedback concerning the correctness of your responses. The webwork homework must be submitted online by 11:00 on the due date; the system does not permit late submission. Please see the this document (link coming soon) for information about how to use webwork. Each webwork assignment is worth approximately 3 points.
- Written homework: Typically, about two problems will be assigned from the text each class. The problems will be posted in the Homework Assignments section of the webpage. Please show your work fully. The written homework from the previous week will be due every Friday. Each written homework is worth ten points, and each assignment will be scored on a scale of 0 to 10.

Late homework will be reviewed, but you will recieve a score of 0.

Collaboration on homework is permitted and encouraged, but **all homework is to be written up independently!**

You may need to add the site as a "security exception". Click on Math 13 to initiate the login sequence, and access problems for this course.

The Honor Principle |
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**On Exams and Quizzes**: No help given or
received. All exams and quizzes will be closed book. *No
calculators or computers are allowed*--please let this guide your use of them elsewhere in the course. **On Homework**:
Working together is permitted and encouraged, but **NO
COPYING.** You are welcome to work in
groups to discuss the ideas and specific problems (also feel free to
talk with your instructors, tutors, and anyone else you may find).
However, **each student is expected to produce the final written
homework set individually and independently.** This means you
cannot simply copy down the solution arrived at by the group, even if
you were a member of the group. Computing devices *are* allowed
on homework.

Grading |
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Grades will be computed in two different ways. You will receive the higher of the two scores.

Method 1 | Method 2 | |
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Written Homework | 100 | 100 |

Webwork | 100 | 100 |

Midterms | 150 each | 200 each |

Final | 300 | 200 |

Total | 800 | 800 |

Tutorials |
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There is one graduate TA, Asa Levi. He will run tutorial sessions in Kemeny 006, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Tutorials will begin on Sunday, September 27th.

Study Groups |
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The Tutor Clearinghouse has organized study groups for this course, and private one-on-one tutors are also sometimes available for Math 13.
The tutors and study group leaders are recruited on the basis that they have done well in the subject, and are trained by the Academic Skills Center.
Study Groups for this term will meet as follows:

Sunday 4-5:30 PM in Kemeny 006

Monday 7-9 PM in Kemeny 006

Disabilities |
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We encourage any students with disabilities, including
"invisible" disabilities such as chronic diseases and learning disabilities,
to discuss appropriate accommodations with us, which might help you with this class,
either after class or during office hours. Dartmouth College has an active program to
help students with disabilities, and we are happy to do whatever we can to help out, as appropriate.

The Student Disabilities Coordinator, Nancy Pompian, can be reached at 6-2014
if you have any questions. Any student with a documented disability requiring
academic adjustments or accommodations is requested to speak with their instructor by the end of
the second week of the term. All discussions will remain confidential, although the
Academic Skills Center may be consulted to verify the documentation of the disability
and advise on an appropriate response to the need. It is important,
however, that you talk to one of us as soon, so that we can make whatever arrangements
might be needed in a timely fashion.

Whether or not you have a disability, the Academic Skills Center
is an excellent place to visit.
Take some time to look at their videos and other resources.
Would you benefit from some of the planning tools? Do you think you could improve your note-taking skills?
Is stress eating your life? You're the only one who knows what might benefit you, and it doesn't hurt to look.