MATH-UA 123: Calculus 3, Section 7

Lectures (Zoom): Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30pm - 5:20pm New York
Instructor: Deane Yang
Email: deane.yang@nyu.edu
Office: Warren Weaver Hall 522
Office Hours (Zoom): Mondays, 10pm NYC time
Or by appointment (email me)

Calendar (Subject to change during the semester)
Lectures

Textbook (Online version available on WebAssign)

Stewart, Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd edition

Questions?

About math

About course requirements and policies, NYU Classes, WebAssign, Gradescope, Campuswire

Questions or concerns specific to yourself

Email me

More information common to all Calculus 3 sections
Course Requirements
Class Participation (5%)

Class participation means one or both of the following:

Mini project (5%)

Details to be provided

Quizzes (15%)
Homework (20%)

Written (15%)

WebAssign (5%)

Exams (55%)
Quiz, Homework, and Exam Policies
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
NYU Classes

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.

Gradescope (can also be accessed via NYU Classes)

All homework assignments must be submitted using Gradescope. Paper submissions will NOT be accepted. Graded homework submissions and midterms will be delivered via Gradescope.

Campuswire

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.

WebAssign

Online homework assignments. Access via NYU Classes

Special Accommodations

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 mosescsd@nyu.edu. 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.

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