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Monday
Sep122011

300 Likes on Facebook = New 24-hour Contest

This one asks you to recount the strangest thing that has ever happened to you in a math class. Head over to our Facebook page to enter.

Thursday
Sep082011

Time for Another 24-Hour Contest!

Head over to our Facebook page to enter. Entries are due by 10 AM Eastern on September 9. Good luck!

Tuesday
Sep062011

24-Hour Contest Begins NOW

We hit 100 likes on Facebook, so it's time for a 24-hour contest that tests your creativity. The prize is a signed copy of Mike's new book, so head over to our Facebook page and post your response now!

Thanks for being a part of the Calculus-Help.com relaunch. Every 100 likes we get on Facebook sparks a new contest, until I run out of prizes. Each contest will only run for 24 hours, so keep your eyes peeled and let your creative flag fly!

Monday
Sep052011

Like Us on Facebook!

Calculus-Help.com is now on Facebook! If you find the site helpful, spread the word by "liking" us. Please read that carefully. You're not going to help anyone by "licking" us. That's just nasty. For every 100 likes we get, Mike is giving away a free book. Details to follow...

Monday
Sep052011

Big Announcement #1 (of 2)

Big news. Huge. Enormous. Large, even. A major part of Calculus-help is about to return.

The Problem of the Week is back! Each Saturday morning you can click on the "Problems" link in the site menu to see a brand-spanking-new Problem of the Week with a full solution. What can you do with a Problem of the Week? Use it to review the topics you're covering in class, or come back later and work through them to prepare for quizzes and tests. (After all, the answers are included.)

Two problems are currently posted, and the third will appear, as if by magic, by September 17. Each Saturday, until the end of the academic year, a new Problem will be posted.

Let me know what you think. This is a new era for Calculus-Help.com, but this is only phase one. Stay tuned for another Big Announcement soon.