There are a lot of computers in the Library Commons.
Bakersfield College Email: College-assigned email will be the sole email address that is used in this class and by Bakersfield College.
The emphasis of the course is on analysis (synthesis of information) so most of the time numbers are very manageable.
Algebric manipulation and arithmetic are expected in the process of problem-solving.
Go to the Inside BC server and select the appropriate class link for the current semester in the "My Courses" tab.
Only enrolled students will have access to the class website.Get started with the Launch Pad integration in Blackboard Learn Get started with Writer's Help 2.0 in Blackboard Learn Get ideas about how to use Launch Pad and Sapling Learning more effectively, talk to your colleagues about what's working (and what's not), and get an early look at product enhancements.All STAT 101 homework assignments will be done online, with Sapling. An access code can be purchased from the UIC bookstore, either bundled with the paper textbook or separately.If Inside BC is down, use: https://kccd.and sign-in with your campus username/password.The homework is done on the Sapling Learning system --- a separate website that you must purchase access to.A graphing calculator (like those from TI or HP) will do way more than needed and we do not recommend using any fancy graphing functions to solve a problem or guess an answer. The textbook for both Calculus A and Calculus B is Calculus Early Transcendentals Single Variable Fourth edition by Jon Rogawski, Collin Adams & Robert Franzosa and the accompany online resource Sapling. So Sapling access is the only purchase you need to make for course material.We recommend multi-term access in case student course schedule changes and need to do Calculus A or Calculus B at a later semester.On this page you will find textbook information for Math 10350 (Calculus A) and Math 10360 (Calculus B).You will also find the calculator policy for the class and what type of calculators you will need.The first time you attempt to add Macmillan content, you will be prompted to register or log in to your Macmillan account to associate your Macmillan course with your Blackboard Learn course.Moving forward, this association will provide single sign-on for you and your students in the course, direct access to Macmillan content, and grade synchronization with the Blackboard Grade Center.