Announcements

New! The posted solutions for problem 4 parts (e) and (f) were wrong. The errors have now been fixed on the PDF (under Exam Solutions in the navigation section to the left) and has also been noted in the errata (under Errata in the navigation section to the left).

New! Homework problems 6-10 and 6-11 are moved to homework 7 because the lecture did not get to the examples for them on Monday.

New! First midterm exams can be picked up from Geyer (during office hours Monday and Wednesday or during class Wednesday).

New! Any questions about grading should go first to the grader of the work in question. For the first midterm, Allen Clark graded problem 1, Christina Knudson graded problems 2 and 5, and Charles Geyer graded problems 3 and 4.

New! First midterm grades are in the Moodle gradebook (follow the Moodle link in the navigation to the left).

New! Grade distributions for the first midterm posted (under the Exams and Exam Solutions sections of the navigation to the left).

New! Solutions to homework 5 posted (linked in the navigation section to the left). Username and password were given out in class.

New! Solutions for the first midterm posted (under Exam Solutions in the navigation section to the left) Username and password are the same as for the homework solutions and were given out in class.

A student found a error in the posted solution for problem 4-7 part (a). The error has now been fixed on the PDF (under Homework Solutions in the navigation section to the left) and has also been noted in the errata (under Errata in the navigation section to the left).

Several people have asked for solutions to the old exams. We don't distribute those. Ask a TA or the instructor, if you have a question about a problem on an old exam.

As now noted in the Exam Dates section below. Midterms will be held in a larger classroom so we can spread out. Both midterms will be in Wiley 125 on the west bank. The final may also be there but we cannot reserve a room for that this early.

There is some new wording required by the university in the There is some new wording in the Disabled Students Section of the General Info page.

There is some new wording in the Grading Section of the General Info page.

Everything counts. Nothing is dropped. There is no extra credit.

This course has no dead tree format syllabus.

For general information see the General Info link in the navigation section to the left.

In particular, note that this class has no textbook. All of the course material is covered in the slides found under the Course Slides link in the navigation section to the left.

For homework assignments see the Homework Assignments link in the navigation section to the left.

This course also has a Moodle site, which is also linked in the navigation section to the left, but we will use that only for the gradebook. Everything else is here.

Exam Dates

Exam Date and Time Location
First Midterm Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Wiley Hall 125
Second Midterm Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Wiley Hall 125
Final Exam 1:30pm–3:30pm Tuesday, December 16, 2014 to be announced

The final exam time is set by the U.