Here are some links to pages which might prove interesting or useful
throughout the semester...
The calculator required for Math 26L is the Texas Instruments
TI-83. This is a powerful and versatile graphing calculator. The official TI-83
site contains a good program archive and many classroom activities.
The textbook required for this course is written by Hughes-Hallett,
et al. The publisher has developed a web site to supplement this book.
If you are interested, take a look...
Finally, some other calculus sites from around the web. If you stumble
onto any other sites that you think might be useful to us, please send
me the URL.
Other Pertinent Links
Here are links to some web pages referred to in class.
Other Math 26L Sections
Here are the other instructors who are teaching Math 26L this semester.
Official Duke Links
to Mathematics 26L Section 04 Home Page