Calculus for a Cause Student Portal
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Event Info and Zoom Links
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Official Calculus for a Cause Materials
What are the resources for?
The resources provide 50–75 practice problems to help you prepare for your math final. They are organized by chapters or units in your course's official textbook.
What happened to the Calculus for a Cause packets?
The Calculus for a Cause team has created a set of digital review materials for each math course offered at SPHS. These resources replace the review packets formerly offered through Calculus for a Cause. We discontinued use of packets following the Fall 2019 event to ensure compliance with the Free Schools Act.
Who created the new digital resources?
All linked resources are created by experienced Calculus for a Cause volunteers who are current or former upper-level math students at SPHS. They are not endorsed or reviewed in any way by the South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD), South Pasadena High School (SPHS), or its employees.
How can I access these new resources?
To access our digital math review resources, please join us for our live semesterly events. All SPHS students are welcome! Visit our event page on the main site or contact us for more info!
What if I find a mistake or issue with the resources?
For immediate assistance at the event, please find the nearest volunteer or administrator.
Please contact us with questions or concerns about this webpage and its linked resources.
Written correspondence should be sent in via email or to Room 921.
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This website was originally developed by Albert Zhou (Class of 2020). It was expanded in Fall 2020 as part of the transition to an online Calculus for a Cause event.