math 329


homework | exam dates | exam grades | course grades

>> homework:

section
problems
section 1.1
12, 13 (also review calculus 1 and 2 as needed) solutions
section 1.3
9, 11 solutions
section 2.1
2, 4 solutions
section 2.2
3 (in addition, apply the bisection method to the intervals you chose and compute the midpoints for at least three iterations of the bisection method) solutions
section 2.4
1, 3(a,b), 5, 7 solutions
section 3.1
4, 5 solutions
section 3.2
1-5 solutions
section 3.4
1-11 odd solutions
section 4.1
1-5 odd, 11* solutions
section 4.2
1 (use horner’s method, algorithm 4.1) solutions
section 4.3
1, 3 solutions
section 4.4
5, 7 solutions
section 5.1
1, 2 solutions
section 5.2
3, 5 solutions
section 7.1
2 (only use the composite trapezoidal rule and the composite simpson’s rule), 3 solutions
section 7.2
1-3 solutions

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>> exam dates:

exam
date
comments
midterm exam
tba
tba
matlab exam
tba
tba
final exam
tba
tba

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>> exam grades:

exam grades
midterm
final exam
100-100+
tba
tba
90-99
tba
tba
80-89
tba
tba
70-79
tba
tba
60-69
tba
tba
0-59 (*)
tba
tba
average
tba
tba
median
tba
tba
high
tba
tba
low
tba
tba

(*) numbers in [brackets] denote the number of students who failed with 0 grades because they missed the exam. for example, “14 [7]” in the “0-59” row and exam#1 column means a total of 14 students failed exam#1 and 7 out of the 14 students didn’t show up for the exam. in these cases, the 0 grades skew the average, so the median might be a better reference to use.

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>> course grades:

letter grades
numerical grades
# of students
a
94-100
tba
a-
90-93
tba
b+
87-89
tba
b
83-86
tba
b-
80-82
tba
c+
77-79
tba
c
70-76
tba
d
60-69
tba
f
0-59
tba
w
(not applicable)
tba

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