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DS502/MA543: Midterm Review Prof. Randy Paffenroth [email protected] Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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The midterm is Thursday (3/2)! In two days!! Announcements
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Homework 3 is due after break on Thursday March 16 th . Any questions? Announcements
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Project proposal due Tuesday March 21st. Anything I can help with? Everyone have a team? Announcements
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Course requirements and grading standards Home-works (5 assignments) 20% Midterm exam 20% Final project 30% Final exam 30% The midterm exam and final exam will be in class, non-cumulative, and open note, but no collaboration will be allowed and the exams be graded based upon demonstrated understanding of key concepts . For each exam, you are allowed to bring in up to four (4) 8 1⁄2 by 11 sheets of paper (either printed or handwritten) with whatever notes you want for the exam. You can bring a calculator (though you will likely not need one). However, the calculator must not have a network connection ( so, no cell phones ! )
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Dr. Paffenroth's keys to success! Read the book! Reading the appropriate chapter before each class will make you much better prepared for the lectures. You are responsible for the book and the lectures ... and it is not my intention to cover every part of the book. Do the homework! The home-works are perhaps the most important part of the learning experience in the class.
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