MWF 9:10 to 10:05
Lecturer: Athipat Thamrongthanyalak
OH: MWF 8:00 to 9:00
Grading: Homework and Quizzes (100points);
First Midterm Exam (100points);
Second Midterm Exam (100points);
Final Exam (400points). I will calculate your final grades as follows:
first, I will assign a letter grade based on your total scores accumulated during the semester and another letter grade based on only the final;
then I will take the better one.
Text: Neil Falkner, The Fundamentals of Higher Mathematics, Spring 2017 edition.
The following are useful links that you should read:
Homework is due at the beginning of class on the due date. Due to logistic problem, no late homework will be accepted.
Selected problems will be graded by me or my grader.
Here is a sample of how you can write your homework.
You must read this.
Assignments and selected solutions
- Exercise 2 and 3 in Section 2; due Jan 18. Solution
- Exercise 1(e)-(k) and 5 in Section 3; due Jan 22. Solution
- Exercise 10(a)-(d) and 14(b)-(h) in Section 3; due Jan 27. Solution
- Exercise 1(a),(b) and 2(a) in Section 4; due Jan 30. Solution
- Exercise 8(c),(d), 10(d) and 12-14 in Section 4; due Feb 3. Solution
- Exercise 22 and 26 in Section 4, 3(a), 4, 5 and 6 in Section 5; due Feb 10. Solution
- Exercise 18,19, 20 and 22 in Section 5; due Feb 15. Solution
- Exercise 4 and 5 in Section 7; due Feb 22. Solution
- Exercise 5, 8, 10 and 11 in Section 10; due Mar 1. Solution
- Exercise 25, 27 and 31(b) in Section 10; due Mar 6. Solution
- Exercise 33 (b), (c), (e) and (g) in Section 10; due Mar 10. Solution
- Exercise 4, 15 and 26 in Section 11; due Mar 22. Solution
- Exercise 18 and 23 in Section 12; due Mar 31. Solution
- Exercise 8 and 9 in Section 17; due Apr 10. Solution
- Exercise 17, 20, 26(a), 27 and 31(b) in Section 17; due Apr 14. Solution
The midterms are tentatively scheduled for Feb 17 and Mar 31. They are 55-minute in class exams.
For the final, you should check the university website.
The final exam room is your classroom.
Textbooks, notebooks, and calculators are not allowed for these exams.
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Updated April 14, 2017