MATH 2070

Business Calculus II

Course Information and Policies

Math 2070 Common Course Syllabus, Fall 2022

Math 2071 Lab Syllabus (See your Week 1 module in Canvas or ask your instructor.)

The Common Course Syllabus includes required materials, information, policies, and schedules relevant to ALL sections of MATH 2070. It is supplemented by the Math 2071 Lab Syllabus, provided by your instructor, which includes class time, location, instructor contact info, and details about the lab portion of your grade.

Course Learning Objectives
Exam Information
Test Details and Formulas
Previous Exams

Below are written unit tests from previous semesters provided to familiarize you with the approximate length of tests in this course and to offer you some additional practice problems.  Your online tests will be similar in length, but you will not be submitting written work.  Instead you will have a variety of question types such as multiple choice, multiple select, drop-down menus, numeric fill-in-the-blank, algebraic fill-in-the-blank, etc., much like you see in your WebAssign homework.

Depending upon the common exam dates we are assigned for the current semester, exam content may vary from previous semesters. Be sure to refer to the topical outline provided in the Math 2070 Common Course Syllabus to see what sections of the text are relevant for each of your exams.  Additional "Mixed Practice" problems may be found toward the bottom of this page.

Spring 2018 Test 1 (Sections 5.1 - 5.6): Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
Spring 2018 Test 2 (5.7, 5.8, 6.1 - 6.4):  Version A Blank; Version A Solutions; Formula Sheet
Spring 2018 Test 3 (6.5, 6.6, Ch 7, 8.1 - 8.2): Version A Blank; Version A Solutions; Formula Sheet

Spring 2019 Test 1 (Sections 5.1 - 5.6): Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
Spring 2019 Test 2 (5.7, 5.8, 6.1 - 6.4): Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
Spring 2019 Test 3 (6.5, 6.6, Ch 7, 8.1 - 8.2): Version A Blank; Version A Solutions

WebAssign for this course will become active on the first day of University classes.

To get started with your WebAssign homework you will need to link your Cengage and Canvas accounts by opening the "WA Introduction" assignment from your Canvas course.  Please see the instructions found at the link below.

Getting Started with WebAssign

If you took Math 1020 or Math 2070 previously at Clemson or if you took a math course elsewhere that used the same textbook, the course should show up in your Cengage dashboard as "Purchased".  Otherwise, it will show up as a "Trial" course.  The WebAssign trial period is for 14 days from the first day of University classes.  Within those 14 days, you will need to either register the access code you purchased from the campus bookstore as part of the Lecture & Note-taking Guide Custom Package or purchase access from within your Cengage dashboard.

Cengage offers the following office hours to assist students with account setup and questions.

Fall 22 Student

Office Hours


Weekdays, August 15th – September 2nd

Noon – 2pm EST 



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Typing Math Symbols in WebAssign

Additional Resources
More Calculator Help
TI-84 Guidebooks

Academic Success Center (ASC):
The Academic Success Center supports your success in this course through the following FREE programs. Click on each link below to download information about these excellent resources to support your learning.

Course Coordinator: Jennifer Newton,