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Michael Gage - Spring 2000 WeBWorK courses

Michael Gage - Spring 2000 WeBWorK courses

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Spring 2000 WeBWorK courses topic started 4/22/2000; 5:45:23 PM
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Spring 2000 courses using WeBWorK

Students in these courses must log in with their own user name in order for their answers to be recorded and graded.

Visitors can log in to these courses using the login name "practice1" and password "practice1". (If practice1 is busy, use practice2, etc.)


Current Spring 2000 Math Courses

  • MTH 141A: Calculus with Foundations I (Coppenbarger)
  • MTH 141: Calculus I (McDowall)
  • MTH 142: Calculus II (Gonek, McDowall, Pizer)
  • MTH 143: Calculus III (Jochnowitz)
  • MTH 161: Calculus IA (Gitler)
  • MTH 162: Calculus IIA (Benedetto, Coppenbarger, Matei, Pitts)
  • MTH 163: Ordinary Differential Equations (Gage)
  • MTH 164: Multivariable Calculus (Neisendorfer)



Intro for students

See Introduction for Students to WeBWorK for a quick overview. Much more extensive documentation can be found at the WeBWorK home page.


You can also view the archived fall 2000 courses offered last spring at the University of Rochester, some of the "WeBWorK courses offered at other universities" and courses from other institutions being hosted on the University of Rochester's WeBWorK server.

Practice users

Visitors can log in to these courses as "practice" users. Use practice1 as your login name and password. Most courses also allow additional practice users: practice2, practice3, etc. For example, using practice1 through practice4 will show you 4 different versions of the WeBWorK problems.

Helper applications: get a printable version of your homework

WeBWorK lets you download complete homework sets in printable (PostScript) format. Both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer need "helper" applications in order to print or display them, however.


You can get the necessary helper applications online, for free:


PC helper apps:

Mac helper apps:


  • MacGhostscript for both Mac powerPC's and Mac 68K machines is a complete package which will display and print postscript files.
  • DropPS is a a lean, quick program for printing to PostScript-aware printers.It is freely available from .
  • For further information see ResNet's Mac Software Page which has links to Mac Ghostscript, and DropPS or the Mathematics Mac software page


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