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**Unformatted text preview: **Math 205 Policy Statement Fall, 2006 1. Instructor: See Staff. 2. Text: Peterson-Sochacki, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. Se- lected portions of Chapters 1-6 will be covered, with additional material on Section 5.5 (Jordan Canonical Form) and Section 6.3 (Systems of Homogeneous Differential Equations with Nondiagonalizable Coefficients). 3. Attendance: Attendence is required in class. Homework will be assigned in each period from the list below; additional problems may be assigned. 4. Homework: There will be 100 points for material assigned specifically for your lecture. This may consist of graded homework, in-class quizzes or some combination. Late work will not be accepted, but three grades will be dropped to allow for unavoidable absences: the two lowest homework scores and the (one) lowest in-class quiz score will be dropped; or the three lowest homework scores if in-class quizzes are not given. Daily homework problems are given by textbook section, and are not collected. Weekly homework is taken from the daily homework, and is to be turned in at the beginning of class on the date indicated. Daily and weekly homework are common between the Lectures, and are intended as a guide to topics that should be prepared for quizzes and exams. A portion of each weekly assignment, usually 3-4 problems, will be selected and graded in your Lecture. These selections may reflect the emphasis of topics in your lecture. You should be sure to make corrections on the topics on the graded problems, as well as preparing all topics on the daily homework; except if a specific section is removed from the exam syllabus, when...

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