Calc I Spring 2011 Homework-1 - HOMEWORK and GRADESHEET THE...

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HOMEWORK and GRADESHEET THE DAILY GRADE Students are encouraged to form study groups for the purpose of working homework problems together out of class. This is why I have decided not to use the on-line homework option. You will all be working on the same problems so conversation about them is encouraged! Class time will NOT be devoted to working the previous night’s homework. If you are having difficulty, re-read the text, go to the CTLC for tutoring, come by my office hour, or call a friend in your study group. Homework is due at the beginning of the class. No late homework will be accepted. Each homework section is worth 10 points. If you are absent, please check with the instructor or classmates to see if there is any change in homework due date for the next sections. Once I finish a section, that section’s homework is due the next class day. Sometimes two sections will be due on one day. I will try to make a double section assignment due at the beginning of the week, but I will make no guarantees about that. There is also no guarantee that I will collect homework. I may choose to give a quiz instead, or just skip a grade for that day. No Quizzes may be made up. The average of all the homework collected and the quizzes given will be called the “Daily Grade.” Since the answers to the odd numbered problems are in the back of the book and solutions are available in the solutions manual, I will give a completion grade for collected homework. If you complete all problems with work shown, it earns 10 points. If only half of the problems are worked,
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course MATH 2314 taught by Professor Owens during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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Calc I Spring 2011 Homework-1 - HOMEWORK and GRADESHEET THE...

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