Math 10A - 20

Math 10A - 20 - remaining 45%. You will receive a grade for...

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Department of Mathematics University of California Riverside, CA 92521 Mathematics 10A-Section 20 Syllabus Fall Quarter 2010 Instructor : Irfan Bagci Contact Information : Office: Surge 230 Office Hours: TR 10:45 am -12:15 pm Phone : 951-827-7396 Email: bagci@ucr.edu TA’s: Sections 21 and 22 : Edward Burkard (edwardb@math.ucr.edu) Sections 23 : Bradley Thomas (bradt@math.ucr.edu) Text : Vector Calculus by Susan Jane Colley, 3 rd Edition. Exams: Midterm : October 28, 2010, during the lecture. Final : December 6 , 2010, 7 pm – 10 pm. Homework will be assigned after each of the lectures via webassign. You should log into webassign through ilearn (ilearn-> student tools-> webassign). Homework will count for 10% of the final grade. There will be a number of pop-quizzes in the discussion sections. The scores for the discussion quizzes will also count for 10% of the final grade. The midterm will give 35% of your final grade, and the final exam will account for the
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Unformatted text preview: remaining 45%. You will receive a grade for each of the midterms and the final exam. A grade of C- means that you have understood enough of the material to continue the course. It does not mean that you reached 70% or any other predetermined percentage. If you cannot come to any of the exam, you have to make arrangements within the first two weeks of the course. We will only accept a very few reasons for not attending one of the exams. Those reasons are limited to: religious reasons, interviews for scholarships, and participation in intercollegiate sports. Cheating will be taken very seriously. Every attempt to cheat will give you an automatic F for the course. You will not be allowed to drop the course, and your case will be forwarded to the student conduct committee....
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