Book/Access Code Information

We will cover material from the book;

Stewart Calculus 8e

This is the same book used for Math 10550 in the fall.

In our class, we will use the online homework system Enhanced WebAssign (EWA). Instructions for registration for online homework are given in Homework/Registration Information. Under the instructions for registration, you will find your class key. You can register any time on or after Tuesday Jan. 17.

 

If you bought a multi-term access code(with your book or separately) for online homework for Math 10550 in the Fall

If you have purchased the Lifetime of Edition or multiterm access code last semester or previously, you do not need to buy a new access code. In particular if you purchased your access code at the bookstore on campus or if you purchased a multi-semester access code online, you do not need a new access code or book this semester. Make sure that you use the same username and password as in Calculus I to register for Calculus II. the sytem will recognize you. If you get a message about a grace period, then the system does not recognize you as a returning user and you should check that you have the proper username and password. Otherwise, you should contact webassign support or e-mail Pilkington.4@nd.edu with details of your course, section, and username.

 

 

If you have not bought a multi-semester access code for online homework for Math 10550 in the Fall

(If you were in Professor Snow's course and did not purchase and access code (the access code have been part of the loose leaf edition package sold by the bookstore or online) you do not need to buy a new book, you just need to purcahse an access code.

The loose leaf edition of the book offered by the bookstore below or under the Cengage online link includes all material covered in Calculus I, II and III at Notre Dame. Multi-semester access to the e-book comes with this loose leaf edition.

Note: we do NOT use the early transcendentals version of Stewart.

Buying a hard copy of the book for this course is optional. You may prefer to use just an e-book, or an e-book and a used (old or new edition of the book). It is advisable to register for online homework (see below) to preview the e-book and attached media files before you make your decision on what to purchase.

When making your decision, you should take into consideration whether you will take Calculus III next year. If so you should purchase the EWA(online homework) access for multiple semesters, since we will use the same online homework system next semester. Multi-semester online homework/e-book access comes with the hybrid book bundle offered by the bookstore below.

You do not need an access code to sign up for online homework. When you sign up, You will have a grace period of two weeks to work on your homework and view the e-book. You will need to purchase an Enhanced WebAssign access code prior to that date in order to continue taking homework and save the work you have completed prior to that date..

 

 

Options for Purcahsing a Book/Access Code

You may purchase a hard copy of this book along with access to the e-book and online homework

or

you may purchase access to the online homework system and use the e-book that comes with it for reference.

You may choose ONE of the purchase options listed below:

  1. Hard Copy: Directly from the Cengage webasite:
    http://www.cengagebrain.com/course/1441754   $118.01 (Free Shipping).

  2. Hard Copy: Notre Dame Bookstore: http://www.bkstr.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StoreCatalogDisplay?langId=-1&catalogId=10001&storeId=10900 $187.50

  3. You may also purcahse an access code online through webassign after you register for online homework with any major credit card; Single term access for $94 or Multi-Term access for $125.



    You may register after January 17 and you have roughly two weeks(after Jan. 17) to purchase and enter an access code before your account(and whatever homework you have completed to date) is erased.
  4. If you are not comfortable with just the e-book which comes with the access code in option 3, you can always purchase a secondhand copy of the book online. However, please be warned that access codes are non-transferrable and a second-hand book will not come with an access code. The content has not changed significantly from previous editions, so a prior edition of the book will supplement an online homework subscription and the e-book reasonably well.

 

Note: Note that an access code can only be used by the same user throughout its lifetime. It cannot be purchased secondhand. See the Webassign Access code info page for refund policies.