Hi

I am looking for problems sets for 5th edition of calculus early transcendentals by Stewart. I appreciate any pointers.

### calculus Stewrat 5e problem libraries

by Mohsen Maesumi -
In reply to Mohsen Maesumi
Tuesday, 28 September 2010, 4:54 PM

### Re: calculus Stewrat 5e problem libraries

by Arnold Pizer -
Hi,

Rochester, among many other schools, uses Stewart and WeBWork. You can log into our courses as a guest and see what problems are assigned. The URL is https://math.webwork.rochester.edu/webwork2 and the relevant courses are mth141-3 and mth 161-2 for first year calculus. As a guest you will not see the file names for problems but if you are interested, we could send you set definition files which would give you that information.

There is a model calculus I course (https://courses.webwork.maa.org/webwork2/model_Calculus_1/) which is based on mth161. If you log in as a guest in that course, you will see the file names for problems. In that course, look at sets 1,2,...,14. The problems there have been recoded using math objects.

Finally UCSB coded most of the problems in Stewart's 5th edition of calculus with help from Brooks Cole. However these are not yet in the NPL. Currently Rpyro Roubos is checking these problems and tagging them for inclusion into the NPL. When this is completed we will add them to the NPL.

Arnie

Rochester, among many other schools, uses Stewart and WeBWork. You can log into our courses as a guest and see what problems are assigned. The URL is https://math.webwork.rochester.edu/webwork2 and the relevant courses are mth141-3 and mth 161-2 for first year calculus. As a guest you will not see the file names for problems but if you are interested, we could send you set definition files which would give you that information.

There is a model calculus I course (https://courses.webwork.maa.org/webwork2/model_Calculus_1/) which is based on mth161. If you log in as a guest in that course, you will see the file names for problems. In that course, look at sets 1,2,...,14. The problems there have been recoded using math objects.

Finally UCSB coded most of the problems in Stewart's 5th edition of calculus with help from Brooks Cole. However these are not yet in the NPL. Currently Rpyro Roubos is checking these problems and tagging them for inclusion into the NPL. When this is completed we will add them to the NPL.

Arnie

In reply to Arnold Pizer
Thursday, 30 September 2010, 12:52 PM

### Re: calculus Stewrat 5e problem libraries

by Mohsen Maesumi -
Thanks. Does that mean the library in

http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/ucsb_problib/?cvsroot=UC+Santa+Barbara

is not as yet ready to be utilized from inside webwork?

http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/ucsb_problib/?cvsroot=UC+Santa+Barbara

is not as yet ready to be utilized from inside webwork?

In reply to Mohsen Maesumi
Thursday, 30 September 2010, 2:42 PM

### Re: calculus Stewrat 5e problem libraries

by Arnold Pizer -
You can certainly use it. Santa Barbara has been using it for years.

However, if you use the Library Browser, the problems will only be listed (assuming you set up things correctly) in directories just as the problems are listed under NPL Directory. They will not be found with a Subject:, Chapter:, Section: search.

Arnie

However, if you use the Library Browser, the problems will only be listed (assuming you set up things correctly) in directories just as the problems are listed under NPL Directory. They will not be found with a Subject:, Chapter:, Section: search.

Arnie

In reply to Arnold Pizer
Thursday, 30 September 2010, 4:35 PM

### Re: calculus Stewrat 5e problem libraries

by Mohsen Maesumi -
Is it possible to set it up on MAA server or do I have to have my own server?

And if it is possible to set it up on my MAA account, how do I do it?

Thanks again

And if it is possible to set it up on my MAA account, how do I do it?

Thanks again