9:30 - 10:20 and 10:30 - 11:20
Thomson Hall (THO) - 101
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Homework will be assigned and collected using webassign, an online homework grading service. You will need to purchase an access code for this. There are several ways to do this. You can buy the code bundled with the textbook (at the UW bookstore). You can buy a standalone access code at the bookstore (if you already have the textbook). You can also buy the code online when you first go the to webassign website:
The homework assignments are accessed, turned in aand graded online via Webassign. There are 9 homework assignments and they are due (usually) on Wednesdays at 11:00pm. The due dates are clearly indicated on the assignments and will be announced in class each day (and indicated on the daily highlights). Webassign will stop accepting homework after the specified time on the specified due date. You can begin working on the the homework as soon as it becomes available on Webassign (typically on the Monday before due date of the prior assignment). No late homework is accepted.
It is very important to keep up with the homework and do all of it in order to learn the material. The significant amount of effort which you will make in completing and mastering all of the homework each week will be directly reflected in your homework grades, and indirectly will have a big influence on your performance on the exams. It is important to keep up with the homework. The homework will play a key role in your learning the material.The best way to be sure you get the most out of your homework is to work with others. I strongly urge you to form a study group and work collaboratively on the homework problems. This way you'll learn more, and you'll maximize your chances of getting all the problems correct. You of course must each submit your own solutions on Webassign. (Caution: note however that problems may differ numerically from student to student, so copying answers will often yield the incorrect solution.)
There will be 2 midterm exams. They will be given on Thursday, October 20 (Week 4) and Thursday, November 17 (Week 8) as listed in the Syllabus. You must bring a Photo ID to all exams.
The final exam will take place on Saturday, December 10 at 1:30 PM in Kane Hall Room 110 (for Math 125 A) and Kane Hall Room 210 (for Math 125 B). (see Ground rules for common finals).
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You are allowed to use one handwritten, two-sided 8.5 by 11 sheet of notes.
There are no make-up exams. If you have a compelling and well-documented reason (which means mandatory attendence at a University sanctioned event) for missing a midterm, speak to the professor about it at least one week before the exam.
The only calculator which may be used during the Midterm Exams or the Final is the Ti-30x IIS. No calculators are needed for the quizzes.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays you will meet with a Teaching Assistant in a smaller group.
This gives you a chance to get more of your questions answered.
Tuesday's TA section will be 50 minutes long. In addition to working on Homework problems you will often have short quizzes during the Tuesday TA section.
The midterm exams will be held in Thursday TA Sections.
The TA's are:
|AA & AB||Jordan Weaver||PDL C-402||
|AC & AD||David Clancy||PDL Cemail@example.com
|BA||Nathan Lee||LEW firstname.lastname@example.org
|BB||Gerardo Zelaya-Eufemia||PDL C-8B||
|BC & BD||Nicolas Courts||PDL C-8Memail@example.com
As a courtesy to your instructor and your fellow students, please be sure to turn off your mobile phones before coming into the classroom. Any calls received during class will bring the classroom discussion to an abrupt halt and all attention will be diverted to the call recipient until the call is ended and phone turned off.
A grade of Incomplete will be given only if a student is doing satisfactory work up until the end of the quarter, and then misses the final exam due to a documented medical or family emergency.
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