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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 drop-box! 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