(Subject to change during the semester)
- Before each lecture, go to nyu.zoom and log on using your NYU NetID. Then go to the Zoom section of NYU Classes and click on the link for the lecture
- All lectures will be recorded
- Live and recorded lectures can be accessed via Zoom section of NYU Classes
- Zoom reports whether you attended the lecture and for how long. This data will be used as part of the calculation of your class participation grade.
- After each lecture, both slides and the handwritten notes from the lecture will be available in the Resources section of NYU Classes.
Textbook (Online version available on WebAssign)
Stewart, Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd edition
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- All students can see the questions and answers
- Any student can answer the question or ask followup questions
- Earn reputation points to raise your class participation grade
- Ask anonymously, if you prefer
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About course requirements and policies, NYU Classes, WebAssign, Gradescope, Campuswire
Questions or concerns specific to yourself
Class Participation (5%)
Class participation means one or both of the following:
- Lecture attendance
- Asking questions or participating in discussions during lectures
- Participation in discussions on Campuswire. Grading will be based on Campuswire reputation points, which are awarded as follows:
- +2 POINTS for posting a question on the class feed
- +2 POINTS for each like you receive on a question posted on the class feed
- +5 POINTS for each question you answer on the class feed
- +10 POINTS for each upvote you receive on your answers
Mini project (5%)
Details to be provided
- There will be a 15-20 minute quiz before each class
- The questions will be short answer or multiple choice and require little or no calculations
- The quiz will be administered through Gradescope
- One assignment per week
- You will be notified by email when an assignment is posted on NYU Classes
- Write up your answers neatly, legibly, and large enough to be easily read by a grader with poor vision
- Start each problem or each part of a problem on a new sheet of paper. You can use more than one page for a problem
- Submit via Gradescope (can also be accessed via NYU Classes)
- How to submit homework on Gradescope
- Midterm 1: TBA
- Midterm 2: TBA
- Final: TBA
Information about cheating, missed exams and quizzes, regrades.
You are expected to know and follow the policies spelled out here. NO EXCUSES.
Important web sites
All homework assignments and announcements about the course will be emailed to you and posted here. You are responsible for keeping track of everything, including newly added assignments, exam dates, homework due dates, etc. NO EXCUSES.
All homework assignments must be submitted using Gradescope. Paper submissions will NOT be accepted. Graded homework submissions and midterms will be delivered via Gradescope.
All math questions should be posted here. You can also post answers to questions asked by other students. You can earn points towards your class participation grade by posting here.
Online homework assignments. Access via NYU Classes
If you are student with a disability who needs special accommodations, please contact New York University’s Moses Center for Students with Disabilities at 212-998-4980 or email@example.com. You must be registered with CSD to receive accommodations. Information about the Moses Center can be found at www.nyu.edu/csd. The Moses Center is located at 726 Broadway on the 2nd floor.
Things you must do FIRST
Verify that you have access to the NYU Classes site for this course.
Verify that you have access to the WebAssign site from NYU Classes. You might need to purchase a license.
Set up your Gradescope account. PLEASE make sure you do the following:
- Use the NYU email address that start with your NetID and ends with either nyu.edu or stern.nyu.edu
- PLEASE make sure that you use the same email address for BOTH Gradescope and NYU Classes
- Use the entry code M33427
- Sign up for this course's Campuswire site using the signup code 3383.
- All student questions and discussions should be posted here
- Asking and answering questions will contribute towards your class participation grade for this course
- You can post questions and comments anonymously, if you prefer.