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113/EGR Math 199 Fall 2008 Syllabus General Information Web page: A web page for this course is at http://www.math.uky.edu/~ma113. Any handouts will be available at this address. Solutions to exams and written assignments will be posted at this website. Schedule: For most sections, lectures take place MWF and recitations take place TR. There will be three midterm exams and one nal exam, on the following dates:...

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