# Math 101B

## Calculus II, Section 071217

## Rob Smedfjeld

## Location: Room FP-10

## Location: ROOM CHANGE Room 8205 ~~2206~~

## Time: MTWTh 12:15-1:30pm

## To access the textbook publisher's website, click the textbook cover shown (the page will open in a new window).

### Course grades were posted into WebAdvisor on Thursday evening, December 14th.

Questions about grades can be discussed during office hours in the spring (starting January 22nd).

### Upcoming Math Events

- Preliminary Spring 2009 schedule
To help with your planning for next year, the Math department is making available the draft version of the Spring 2009 schedule of Science, Engineering, and advanced Math classes. (The link above is a PDF document.)

Also, if you try to register for a Physics class and you are blocked from enrolling, go to the Science, Technology, and Engineering Division office in Room 8203.

- Student Mathematics League Competition
Friday March 7, 5:20-6:20 pm in HH-218

"Ohlone's top five individual scores determine Ohlone's team score. Through the generosity of ASOC, all five (and two other top-tier scorers possibly chosen at random) will receive $50. The top six scorers who wish to will represent Ohlone at the upcoming calculus-level Mathletics competition in April, where more prizes and recognition are possible."

- Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
Saturday April 19, Sonoma State University

"In this conference, undergraduates will have the opportunity to present and attend 15-minute talks about projects that they are working on. These projects could include undergraduate research projects, independent study projects, or any other independent work they are doing that goes beyond the standard course curriculum. The conference will conclude with an invited talk by Juan C. Meza from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories tailored toward undergraduate math students."