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Analytic Geometry and Calculus 16A (001 LEC) Fall 2017
Announcements
Textbook Calculus with Applications by Lial, Greenwell, Ritchey, 11th Edition, ISBN: 9780133886832. We've just changed the textbook so there may be conflicting info on older university websites. This is the textbook. We won't be using the online math lab stuff so you just need to buy the textbook itself. Do not buy this textbook from a random bookstore if possible. We've negotiated the price down substantially so you should buy it from either the official Cal student store ($95 for the hardcover textbook. If they tell you otherwise you're at the wrong bookstore) or directly from the publisher. Here's the link: Pearson Textbook Website Enter Username: berkeley and Password: math You will also be able to rent the new textbook for $50 a semester from the university bookstore. To access the university bookstore click on the Cal textbook link on the 16A Calcentral website. I don't think you can buy it just yet. They'll have copies quite soon I think. This book will cover both 16A and 16B. If you're only going to be doing 16A you'll certainly be able to sell if after the semester is done. I know these things are expensive. If it's any comfort, it's a widely used hardcover textbook so it will have excellent resale value. Resources The Student Learning Center provides support for this class, including an adjunct course, review sessions for exams, and dropin tutoring. This is a fantastic resource, I definitely recommend you take advantage of it. Grading and course policy
For more detailed information make sure to read the course policy. HomeworkHomework assignments are due each week in section. They will be posted here along with solutions. Your two lowest homework scores will be dropped. For more detailed information see the course policy. Homework 0. This is an algebra diagnostic test. You do not need to submit this in discussion section. It's for you to warm up your algebra skills after a summer (or more) away from mathematics.Homework 12 (Not to be submitted) and Solutions 12
Quizzes
Quizzes will take place roughly every two weeks in discussion section. They will last about 15 minutes, be of a similar difficulty to the homework and cover material from the preceding two week. Your lowest score will be dropped from your grade. Here is the quiz schedule:
For more detailed information see the course policy ExamsThere will be two midterms, the first on Wednesday September 27 and the second on Monday November 6. The final exam will be on Monday December 11 (7pm  10pm). For more detailed information see the course policy First Midterm (Practice 1) and solutions, First Midterm (Practice 2) and solutions, First Midterm (Practice 3) and solutions Midterm 1 Solutions and statistics. Second Midterm (Practice 1) and solutions, Second Midterm (Practice 2) and solutions, Second Midterm (Practice 3) and solutions Midterm 2 Solutions and statistics. Midterm 2 Solutions and statistics. Final(Practice 1) and solutions, Final (Practice 2) and solutions, Final (Practice 3) and solutions
Syllabus and Schedule Here is the lecture schedule for the course:
