Math 2350 - Business Calculus Spring 2016


For any comments or questions regarding this course, please drop an e-mail to Email3Cynthia (Cindy) Vadnais


Misc. Documents
Course Syllabus (includes discussion section syllabus)

Course Calendar

MML Instructions

Homework Notebook Sample


Final Exam Information includes study problems & directions for exam


Exam 4 Information includes study problems, directions for exam, & review session information

Antiderivative & Derivative formula sheet print to use as the basis for your cheat sheet for exam 4


Exam 3 Information includes study problems, directions for exam, & review session information

Chapter 11 Derivative formula sheet print to use as the basis for your cheat sheet for exam 3


Exam 2 Information includes study problems, directions for exam, & review session information

Chapter 10 Formula Sheet print to use as the basis for your cheat sheet for the exam


Exam 1 Information includes study problems, directions for exam, & review session information


image002.gifNeed Help with Your Math?

Discussion leader weekly office hours are as follows:

 

Kelsey Garretson MW 11-12

Sena Krula: TR 11:15-12:15

Justin Jeffers: MW 8-8:50

Audrey Moore: MW 11-12

 

My weekly office hours are:

Monday 11-1, Wednesday 11-1, and by appointment.

 

You may seek help from any of the discussion leaders or me. You may also make an appointment to get help.

 

Math Lab, in the northwest corner of the basement of Ross Hall, room 29, is also a good source for getting help.

Math Lab Schedule: Monday 10am-5pm, Tuesday-Thursday 10am-8pm, Friday 10am-1pm

 

STEP Learning Center Coe Library (schedule of tutoring hours)


Your Learning

In Math 2350 you are expected to assume greater responsibility for your learning. For example, since you must decide when you need help, you must understand yourself as a learner. Help is available on the Internet. For example, try the Idea Sheets: www.usu.edu/arc/idea_sheets/ . Another good way to start taking control of your learning is to take a learning styles inventory. You might try one for engineering majors by Richard Felder and Linda Silverman: http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles . During the next few weeks take time to look at other strategies for success posted on the Math Lab site http://math.uwyo.edu/MathlabTutoringServicesIndex.asp .

 

Studying in college is most likely different from what is was in high school. For the big picture, check out the UW LeaRN Center: http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/bettergrades/ and their award-winning handbook: A Road to Academic Success http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/bettergrades/guide.htm .


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