WeBWorK: Spring 2015

Link Professor Sections
Miervaldis01-02-03S15 Miervaldis 1,2,3
Lieberman06-07-08S15 Lieberman 6,7,8
Ferry10-11-12S15 Ferry 10,11,12
Mavrea13-14-15S15 Mavrea 13,14,15
Rainsford16-17-18S15 Rainsford 16,17,18
Mavrea21-22-23S15 Mavrea 21,22,23
Banerjee28-29-30S15 Banerjee 28,29,30
Miervaldis35-36-37S15 Miervaldis 35,36,37
Banerjee40-41-42S15 Banerjee 40,41,42
Gamova44-45-46S15 Gamova 44,45,46
Kan47-48-49S15 Kan 47,48,49
Perelman50-51-52S15 Perelman 50,51,52
Wilson71S15 Wilson 71
To the left are links are to the WeBWorK page for each class. Please note the following:

Never Used WeBWorK Before?

The best way to get acquainted with WeBWorK is to go ahead and start using it. Since you are not penalized for wrong answers, there is plenty of room to experiment and get adjusted. The initial set of problems is mainly review, so you should also treat it as WeBWorK orientation. You may also wish to practice or to experiment with any sections marked "not for a grade."

Please refer to the WeBWorK guide for more on how to operate WeBWorK: WeBWorK Guide.

The following link is useful, too: Functions That WeBWorK Understands. It goes over the basic syntax of WeBWorK.

WeBWorK is a web-based homework system designed at the University of Rochester. The main WeBWorK site at the University of Rochester can be accessed by clicking on this link.