I'm taking Calculus I in the spring and the instructor sent out out an email outlining the course. He stated that he did not allow calculators on the final. Is this common? I did well in my precalc maths, but I like to be able to check my answers with a calculator - especially during a test. I have seen comments that you don't need a calculator for calculus.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks,

Steve

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# Calculus I - without a calculator

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