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Math 107 CRN 50716 and Math 107 L CRN 48391 Introduction to Scientific Computer Programming in JAVA ON-LINE Spring 2008 Instructor: Christina Show Email: cshow@sdccd.edu Use Web CT email only after 1/28/2008 Prerequisites: Successful completion of Math 96 or 100 with a C or better; or its equivalent. Advisory: Any combination of computer experience (preferably programming), and higher level mathematics (preferably calculus) is suggested. Throughout the semester, you will be expected to spend a considerable amount of time on the computer, reading and viewing the lessons, doing the homework and quizzes. Textbooks: JAVA, An Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming , By Walter Savitch, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2004. ISBN: 0-13-149202-0. http://vig.prenhall.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0131492020,00.html To order at the bookstore: http://www.sdccdonline.net/bookstore.htm Hardware Requirement: To successfully complete this online course, you will be required to meet the minimum hardware and software requirements. View Hardware and Software Requirements at http://www.sdccdonline.net/techreq.htm 256MB memory minimum and 512 MB recommended. 125MB disk space Special Software requirement: Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP. Other O.S. OK, but examples will be given in Windows environment. MS Office, mainly Word and PowerPoint to view lessons. PowerPoint Viewer 2003 is free software that lets you view full-featured PowerPoint presentations. Download and install JDK 5.0. (Installation instructions posted as assignment 1.) Some type of text editor, you may download TextPad (for Windows only). You must use a supported Internet browser in order to successfully work in WebCt. Click the link to check your browser: http://www.webct.com/tuneup
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Course Objectives: Knowledge of computers, systems, and programming languages. Assignment statements, expressions, and order of operations.
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