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Ravinder Kumar
Welcome to Calculus III
This course is titled Calculus III.

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Dr. Ravinder Kumar, Professor of Mathematics

  1. Calculus III Syllabus
  2. Please note that your textbook is Larson Hostetler's, the one you used in Calculus II.
  3. Click here for an Excellent Resource for terms and definitions Algebra through Calculus

FINAL EXAM
As per final exam schedule your final exam will be held at 8:00 - 9:50 am on Saturday, December 6 in your classroom.
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e-mail: rkumar@tougaloo.edu
Phone Number : 601-977-7791.


Office Hours: M,W,F: 12:00 noon to 1:00pm; T: 9:00am to 12:00 noon; also MWF: 10:00am - 11:00am (by appointment only)

Instructions to generate your copy of homework set questions

  1. Click on the name of the set (in blue)
  2. Click on Download a PDF or Tex Hard ... (in blue)
  3. Click on Generate Hard Copy ... at teh bottom of the screen

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Links for non-webwork assignments and course documents are posted on the course page. Log in and look for information under Course Info

Your username is your firstinitialLastname (all lower case) [for example John Doe user name is is jdoe]. When you login first time your password is your id number provided by the college.

After you login - just click on Password/Email link on the left side of the page. Make sure you change password; also add your preferred email address for communication purposes as you will be communicating from within webwork to send details of your problems when solving a question.

After you login - just click on Password/Email link on the left side of the page. Make sure you change password; also add your preferred email address for communication purposes.

Sign up on Khan Academy After signing up view your profile and click on coaches on the links on left side. Click on add coach and enter the coach id: rkumar@tougaloo.edu.


What can be entered as an answer to a WeBWorK problem?

  • Answers to WeBWorK problems may be numerical, strings (e.g. letters), and mathematical functions.

  • For most problems when entering numerical answers, the user can (if he or she wishes) enter elementary expressions such as 2^3 instead of 8, (2+tan(3))*(4-sin(5))^6-7/8 instead of 27620.3413, etc. For a complete list see Mathematical Functions and Symbols.

  • For a student guide to WeBWorK see Student Guide.

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