Math 2204 Course Homepage
Text book:
Calculus  Early Transcendentals,
8th Ed, by J. Stewart,
ISBN: 9781305597624 (Looseleaf Ed. ISBN: 9781305616691).

If you already purchased the 7th Ed.
for 1225 or 1226 during a previous semester at Virginia Tech, you do
NOT have to buy the new edition and can use your
current WebAssign account.
Students eligible for the free upgrade to Stewart 8e will NOT
be upgraded automatically.
Students eligible for the free upgrade should contact Meredith Dudzik of
Cengage using the following email address: meredith.dudzik@cengage.com
The free upgrade allows you to view the 8th edition of the textbook online and
access assignments with 8th edition WebAssign problems.

If you do not already have the textbook and WebAssign code
from a previous calculus course here at Virginia Tech, it will likely
be cheapest for you to buy a new textbook bundled with the WebAssign code.
Do not purchase WebAssign or the textbook through
WebAssign's website. The university bookstore has a better price.
Here are the textbook bundle purchase options available at the on campus
bookstore. All three options include lifetime of edition electronic access
to the textbook and a WebAssign code which is required for the class.
Any of these 3 textbook options will be sufficient for the course.
 Electronic Book Bundle contains  WebAssign code w/eBook  $80.20
 Loose Leaf Bundle contains  Loose Leaf Book w/WebAssign code w/eBook  $104.30
 Hardback Bundle contains  Hardback Book w/WebAssign code w/eBook  $149.75
There is a two week grace period for the use of WebAssign in the course but in order to access the system after that you need a purchased WebAssign code.
You will automatically be added to the WebAssign course and so you do not
need a class code. If you do not have a WebAssign account from a previous
calculus course taken at Virginia Tech you will receive instructions on
how to setup your WebAssign account via your primary virginia tech email
account based on your PID.
WebAssign:
Syllabus:
Fall 2018 syllabus
Solutions to homework assignments:
Solutions are not provided by the Math Department. They will be made available
to you by your instructor at his or her discretion.
Final exam date:
Friday, December 7, 4:25pm6:25pm.
Old common finals:
Old Math 2204 common time final exams can be found at the Math Department's
Old final exams page.
Differentiation and integration CTE questions can also be practiced from the Math 2224
CTEs.
Tutoring:
Tutoring information is available at the
Math Tutoring page.
Note that the Math Department tutoring lab has moved from the Math Emporium to
McBryde 240
Hours: SunMonTueWedThu 5:00pm to 9:00pm.