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Unformatted text preview: MATH 137, Calculus 1 for Honours Math, Winter 2008 Textbook : Calculus, Early Transcendentals, by James Stewart, 6th edition. Lectures : Students are expected to attend all lectures . The instruc tor will summarize relevant sections of the textbook and present concrete examples. A more detailed outline is given on page 3 below. Assignments : Assignments are due Fridays before 8:30am. Use the drop boxes on the fourth floor, just outside the tutorial centre. No late assignments. Make sure you put your assignments in the correct slots of the correct dropbox! Tutorials : Tutorials are held Wednesdays 4:30:5:20pm in MC4020. They are complementary to the classes; students are encouraged to attend tuto rials. Exams : There will be ONE midterm test and a final exam. Course Mark : The final course grade will be computed using the maximum of the following two marking schemes: G 1 = 10% A + 30% M + 60% E G 2 = 15% A + 20% M + 65% E where A denotes the weighted average of the assignments and labs marks (see NOTE below), M denotes the midterm mark and E denotes the final exam mark....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course MATH MATH137 taught by Professor Oancea during the Spring '08 term at Waterloo.
 Spring '08
 Oancea
 Calculus

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