Lecture 2a - LECTURE 2 1 READING ASSIGNMENT FOR THE WEEK pp...

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    LECTURE 2 1. READING ASSIGNMENT FOR THE WEEK : pp. 75-88, 96-97, 106-110 PROBLEM ASSIGNMENT FOR THE WEEK:   LG 1,2; CH 3 #2, 4, AND 7 KNOW STRUCTURES OF ALL 20  AMINO ACIDS DO ENTIRE RASMOL TUTORIAL, LG pp 289-293 FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY; WE SUGGEST THAT YOU  DO THE ENTIRE TUTORIAL TWICE  (!) 2.  BUY THE TEXT AND LECTURE GUIDE.   3. GRADING SYSTEM FOR THIS CLASS: THANKS TO THE STUDENTS WHO CAME  FRIDAY  TO FIGURE THIS OUT! A.  QUIZZES WORTH 25%, MIDTERM 35%, AND FINAL 40%. EACH EXAM IS NORMALIZED BY DIVIDING BY THE MEAN.  THERE ARE DIFFERENT  VERSIONS OF EACH QUIZ, AND THERE IS A MAKE-UP FOR THE MIDTERM AND FOR THE  FINAL, BUT THE NORMALIZED SCORES CAN BE COMPARED.   NO MAKE-UP QUIZZES. AT THIS TIME, WE INTEND FOR THE MEAN COURSE GRADE TO BE  ~ B+.  IF YOU GOT THE  MEAN ON EVERY TEST, YOU WOULD GET A B+ IN THE COURSE.   B.  TWO QUIZ GRADES DROPPED (LOWEST SCORES AND/OR MISSED QUIZZES).    FOR QUIZ 1 ONLY
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    C.  A TOTAL OF 9 QUIZZES CAN BE TAKEN (7 COUNTED TOWARD YOUR GRADE).  IF  YOU TOOK FEWER THAN 9 FOR ANY REASON , THEN YOU WOULD BE ELIGIBLE TO  TAKE THE "MAKE-UP QUIZ" ON WED 11/29.  (THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THAT MAKE- UP QUIZ WILL BE THE LECTURES OF THAT  WEEK  OF THE COURSE, NOT THE  PARTICULAR QUIZ THAT YOU MISSED).  THUS, NO STUDENT CAN TAKE MORE THAN 9  QUIZZES, AND 7 QUIZZES COUNT TOWARD THE GRADE D.   IF YOU MISS MORE THAN 3 QUIZZES, SEE PROF.   DO NOT SEE PROF.  TO EXPLAIN  WHY YOU MISSED 3 QUIZZES OR ANY ONE QUIZ.
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