- (Occasionally) Exam scores
- Background Questionnaire for you to fill out
- Study Guides
- Additional course readings, if there are any
- Daily assignments
- Portions of each week's problem set
- A Description of Calculus 2 Homework Assignments - How they work, expectations, etc.
- General Guidelines for Problem Set Presentation
- Due in September
- Due in October
- Due in November and December
- Etiquette for using computers during class
- We will be using the computar algebra system
**Maple**to help with graphing and with large sums in this class (but not on exams).- This is a very powerful program -- it can do much more than a graphing calculator can.
- As long as your computer is connected to the campus network (wireless is okay) and your computer has a recent enough operating system, you may use Maple on it. Here are instructions for downloading Maple onto your computer, be it Mac or PC.
- The new versions of Maple have gotten very interactive, and more intuitive -- so much so that it's hard to write instructions. That being said, here is a link to an old list of some of the Maple commands from a previous version of Maple. It's not completely updated for Maple 15 yet, but it should give you a good place to start, at any rate. You may also find it just as easy to come ask me about it.

- Mike Pepe of Seattle Community College created a set of Maple tutorials called
*Maple Essentials*. They were created for a significantly older version of Maple, but may still be useful. If you're using a PC, right-click on the link and select*Save Target As*... and save the file to the desktop. If you're using a Mac, control-click or right-click on the link and select*Save Linked File to Desktop*. Then locate the file MapleEssentials.zip on your desktop and double-click on it to open it. (On a Mac, this creates a folder called Maple Essentials on your desktop, that you then open to find all the tutorial files).

Th 1:00-1:50, Mars Science 1141

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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

Suggestions for Reading a Math Text

**Problem Sets** - Includes weekly problem sets and occasional group problem sets

**In Class Work**

**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

jsklensk@wheatonma.edu