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Introduction1 - BEFORE the semester is over. Required Text...

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CS 170 Introduction / Class Overview Prof. Jim Appenzeller [email protected] Email Subject: CS 170 Section # Subject
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Should you be here? Enrollment in CS170 is restricted to pre-business majors (curriculum code 006) and Environmental and Business Economics majors (curriculum code 373). No special permission numbers.
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Exam 1 80 points Exam 2 80 points Spreadsheet Exam 30 points Final Exam 140 points Assignments 170 points Software Extra Credit 10 points TA + Assn Xt. Crd. 10 points Instructor Xtr Crd. 5 points 450 - 500 points A 425 – 449 points B+ 400 – 424 points B 375 - 399 points C+ 350 - 374 points C 300 - 349 points D 0 - 299 points F
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Expectations You are expected to use Sakai http://sakai.rutgers.edu You are responsible for your work The computer ate my homework is not an excuse! You will work independently If you miss an exam for a documented medical or other catastrophic reason you MUST notify your Dean, not me. If you have concerns about your grades you will speak to me
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Unformatted text preview: BEFORE the semester is over. Required Text Fluency, Fourth Edition Skills, Concepts, and Capabilities Lawrence Synder ISBN 978-0-13-609812-0 All of your homework must work as expected on a Windows PC running Firefox and MS Office 2010. If you use a mac or linux or other version of an office program or browser it is YOUR responsibility to make sure it is correct to this standard. Exams and assignments draw from this edition, use others at your own risk. Topics • Fundamental Hardware and Software Concepts • Computer Networks and Communication • Information and it’s Organization • HTML • Basic understanding of how a web page looks under the covers • Logic and Algorithms • Thinking like a computer • Programming • Javascript concepts and ideas • Putting our logic to work • Spreadsheets • Giving bad information a nice look • VBA...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Gottlieb during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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