ENVR E103 ENERGY AND CLIMATE: VISION FOR THE FUTURE
What you should know about Section Section Time: 9:30-10:30 pm Wednesday 10:00-11:00 am Sunday Sections will consist of discussion of lecture material and reading, example problems, homework guidance, and assistance with topics for the final paper. Attendance is strongly recommended and will be recorded. Always check your email and the website for updates!
Mid-term paper: Discuss your exposure to climate issues either in your country or in your business or with your friends. What arguments would you use to convince skeptics that this issue should be taken seriously? How does climate issues impact your country or your business? Formatting Guideline would be available soon.
Guidelines for math problems: 1. SHOW YOUR WORK . If the TF has no evidence of your thought process, you won’t get credit. 2. WRITE LEGIBLY . If the TF can’t read it, you won’t get credit. 3. Don’t be afraid to use space. It is better to use lots of paper than for you (or the grader) to be confused. 4. Make a list of your givens and unknowns. 5. Write out the equations you will be using (with variables, not data). 6. When putting numbers into your equations, always include units. 7. Write out each step explicitly. 8. Highlight intermediate answers (e.g. with a squiggly underline).
- Fall '10
- Greenhouse gas