## Changing Calculus at Rutgers

During the academic year 1995-96, the Rutgers-New Brunswick Department
of Mathematics began to make serious changes in the sequence of calculus courses
usually taken by students intending to major in engineering, the
mathematical sciences (computer science, statistics, and mathematics)
and the hard sciences (biochemistry, chemistry, geology, physics).
Displayed here are workshops, exams, and other course material such as syllabi as actually used during the
academic year 1995-6. All of the course material as TeX and postscript
files packaged together in one tarred file is also available here. Please send mail to Stephen
Greenfield if you have questions or comments about this material or if
you use some of it in a course. An acknowledgment that the source
of the material is the Rutgers Mathematics Department would be
appreciated.

Warm thanks to Larry Greenfield who greatly helped with the planning
and construction of this website!

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and last modified 7/14/96. (FTP directory changed 2/16/2000.)
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