- Grades: to compute your grade, I rescaled your homework
total so it was out of 50 points, and rescaled your final so
it was out of 150 points. Then I added together your midterm
scores (plus revisions, if you did them), your rescaled
homework total, and your rescaled final, to get a score out of
400 points. Then your grade is given by the formula
grade = 2(total - 252)/110 + 2.0

- The final exam was on Wednesday, December 18.
Solutions are available.
- The median was 68.
- The average was 65.0.
- I probably won't be in my office much until January 6. You can stop by my office and pick up your exam in winter quarter.

- The second exam was on Wednesday, November 20.
Solutions are available.
- The median was 85 (87.5 after revisions).
- The average was 83.0 (86.5 after revisions).
- Very approximate grade lines: 2.0 corresponds to 70, 3.0 corresponds to 80, 4.0 corresponds to 90.

- The first exam was on Monday, October 21.
Solutions are available.
- The median was 76 (81.7 after the revisions).
- The average was 75.4 (80.8 after the revisions).
- Very approximate grade lines: 2.0 corresponds to 70, 3.0 corresponds to 80, 4.0 corresponds to 90.

- vacation.

- course syllabus
- I've posted some graphs of solutions to undamped and damped mass-spring systems, to illustrate what I was talking about in class on Friday, November 8.
- Here is the table of Laplace
transforms that I handed out in class, with added
lines for
*e*^{at}sin*bt*and*e*^{at}cos*bt*.

- The homework solutions (etc.) are PDF files. One way to read these is with a program called "Adobe Acrobat Reader". This program may already be installed on your computer; if not, it is available, for free, for a variety of platforms, from Adobe's web site. (Other ways to view PDF files: ghostview, gv, gsview and xpdf.)

- John Palmieri
- Office: Padelford C-538
- Phone: 543-1785
- E-mail: palmieri@math.washington.edu

Go to John Palmieri's home page.

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