Math 101 Calculus I, Spring 2022
- Tentative Daily Syllabus
- Course Policies
- My Daily Schedule
- Wheaton onCourse for submitting assignments and solutions
- The Wheaton Honor Code
- Peer Tutoring schedule
- Pre-Class Assignments for the semester
- Suggestions for reading a math text
- Problem Sets
- Wheaton's WeBWorK
server (Login with upper case 'WXXXX')
If you're not on campus, you'll need to install Wheaton's vpn client to access WeBWorK.
- Guidelines for WeBWorK and Problem Sets
- Files displayed during class
- Some additional resources
- Desmos is a great online graphing tool.
- WolframAlpha is handy for almost any calculation.
- There are many mobile apps for scanning your work to save as a pdf to upload to onCourse. I've had good luck with Genius Scan, which comes as free app for both an iOS and Android. You can also use the public multipupose printers on campus to scan and email a copy to yourself.
- You can download the text from the APEX Calculus website. There are several versions available, but for our purposes, APEX Calculus, Version 4.0, in color, Without 3D content is the best one for onscreen viewing. If you would prefer a physical copy of the text, there are also links at the website to purchase Volume 1 for a nominal fee.
- There are several other publically available references we'll use that will be posted to onCourse.