Math 206L: Calculus Computer Lab


The takehome final is now outside my office, PSB 306. It will be due the day of the final. There will also be an inclass final. The finals are at the regularly scheduled times:

Class Final Room
M 1:30 Dec. 15, 2:15-4:15 Keller 214
T 12:00 Dec. 12, 12:00-2:00 Keller 214

A DERIVE screen from Lab #9:


The lab in Bilger 337 is finally ready for use.

The Monday labs for October 16, 23, and 30 and the Tuesday labs for October 17, 24, and 31 are set for Bilger 337. Each student has an account. I will give you your login names and passwords in class. You will also be able to use the labs in Bilger 319 and the one in the Business Ad Building room E102. They should all have DERIVE which you start by typing derive. You will have a small home directory in which you can keep your class .mth files.

A Beautiful Fractal Picture Related to Chapter 7

Click Here for Homework Solutions and Grading Policy

These homework solutions include images of DERIVE screens with the answers.

Soft Wharehouse Home Page. Soft Warehouse is the maker of DERIVE.

Chapters 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 Available Now!! Note the corrections for Chapter 10 below.

Chapters 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the class manual are available in envelopes outside PBS 306 now.

DERIVE is NOW available at the bookstore!!!

The bookstore now has DERIVE. If it sells out let us know and we will have them order more.

FAX Your Homework

You can fax in your homework to 956-4659. Be sure to put Math 206L and one of our names: Jonathan Higa or Ralph Freese.


Clarification of the homework

For each lab there will be a chapter in the M206L Laboratory Manual. The first lab corresponds to Chapter 1, the second to Chapter 2, etc. These chapters will tell you what to do. For the first two labs you just do the exercises at the end of Chapters 1 and 2. The textbook is Leinbach. We are in the process of replacing it entirely with our manual. There will be a chapter in our manual for each lab. But since I may not be able to make all the exercises needed for every lab, some chapters might say something like "For this lab do exercises x, y, and z from Leinbach on page w." I will pass out a revised schedule that hopefully will make this clear.
Ralph Freese and Jonathan Higa (follow links for more information)
Department of Mathematics
University of Hawaii