- The slides and in-class work I show in class
- Background Questionnaire for you to fill out
- Review packets for those with gaps in their background to work on independently
- Study Guides
- Additional course readings, if there are any
- (Occasionally) Exam scores
- Daily assignments
- Portions of each week's problem set
- Suggestions for Reading a Math Book
- A Description of Calculus 1 Homework Assignments - How they work, expectations, etc.
- General Guidelines for Problem Set Presentation
- Due in September
- Due in October
- Due in November and December
- You will need to have access to graphing technology one way or another for this class. (We will not be using any graphing technology during exams, however.)
- If you have one, a graphing calculator is find.
- The on-line search engine WolframAlpha is also (usually) fine.

**Calculus 1--Math 101**

**Fall 2015**

**MWF 10:30-11:20, Tu 1:00-1:50 -- SC 234**

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OnCourse: where I post less public course information, such as:

The Honor Code

Tips on Getting Through the First Week of Class

**Weekly Problem Sets**

**Graphing Technology **

**Janice Sklensky**

**Wheaton College**

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Science Center, Room 1306

Norton, Massachusetts 02766-0930

TEL (508) 286-3973

FAX (508) 285-8278

sklensky_janice@wheatoncollege.edu