Our Teaching Page has useful information for students in all of my classes. It has my schedule, LOR guidelines, and Usually Useful Pamphlets. One of them is the Checklist (pdf) which gives pointers on what I consider to be good mathematical writing. Further information is at our class-archive URL (I email this private URL directly to students).
In all of my courses, attendance is absolutely required (excepting illness and religious holidays). In the unfortunate event that you miss a class, you are responsible to get all Notes / Announcements / TheWholeNineYards from a classmate, or several. All my classes have a substantial class-participation grade.
[One earns genuine coin-of-the-realm CP points (CP = "class participation") by posting a solution or improving a solution.]
Centroids and trapezoids appeared on the frabjous Class-C (pdf) to the delight of the geometrically-inclined.
Solid of Revolution).
Available is info on Past courses,
The various Math czars who help out.
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For students who choose to do it, the Optional Project (pdf) is due, slid u n d e r my office door (Little Hall 402, Northeast corner) , by 4PM on Friday, 23April2010.
The final project must be carefully typed, but diagrams may be hand-drawn.
Part of the Autumn 1995 Calc 2 page:
Exam B also had two parts, takehome B (pdf) and inclass B (pdf). For takehome B, I have written up solutions to the 5 short answer questions, part-a (txt), part-b (txt), part-c (txt), part-d (txt) and part-e (txt). I have used Maple (which is a computer algebra program) to compute solutions. You can run Maple at home and cut-and-paste into the Maple window, the commands that you see in the above solutions.
Exam C will have only a takehome component (pdf).
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