Date

Announcement

October 29

The Chapter 34 Exam will be in class on
Friday, November 8. You may use both sides of a 3"x5"
notecard and a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric
keypad). See this set of Practice
Problems and Solutions
for examples of types of questions that could appear on the
exam. Here is a Chapter
4 exam from Fall 2012. 
October 17

Gathering for Gardner Events on Monday, October 21
"Some Mysteries of Numbers," guest colloquium by
Thomas Garrity
4:305:30 in Ross Hall 1040
"Celebration of the Mind," fun activities for
everyone (including kids), magic show, catering, prizes,
etc.
6:308:30 at the University Center, Panorama Room

October 8

The Derivative
Gateway and Practice
Tests will be available from October 14 through
November 1. Proctors will be available in ROSS 2263 at the
following times:
10/1410/25
MWF 1012 and 34, T 34, Th 810:30 
10/2811/1
MWF 1012 and 26, T 26, Th 810:30 and 26 

October 1

The Chapter 2 Exam will be in class on
Friday, October 11. You may use both sides of a 3"x5"
notecard and a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric
keypad). See this set of Practice
Problems and Solutions
for examples of types of questions that could appear on the
exam. Here is a Chapter
2 exam from Fall 2012.

September 12

The Chapter 1 Exam will be in class on
Friday, September 20. You may use a graphing
calculator (without an alphanumeric keypad). See this set
of Practice
Problems and Solutions
for examples of types of questions that could appear on
the exam. Here is a Chapter 1 exam from
Fall 2012.

August 29

You may take the Calculus Readiness Test in
ROSS 2263 during any of the following times:

Tuesday 9/3 
9am11am*, 12pm1pm, 7pm8pm 
*9am11am will be in ROSS 2261


Wednesday 9/4 
9am10am, 11am12pm, 1pm2pm, 6pm7pm 

The test will take 3040 minutes, so you must start it when
there is at least 30 minutes remaining in a testing period.

August 27

The final exam
will be Monday, December 9^{th}, from 4:15 to 6:45
pm.

August 27

Welcome to Calculus 1 at the University of
Northern Colorado. Please read the
syllabus carefully, and be sure to introduce yourself
individually to your professor during this first week of
classes.
