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Unformatted text preview: Math 21A Kouba Optional Extra Credit Assignment READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. You may fill out a confidential survey worth 10 points, write a short paper worth 30 points, or do both for a combined 40 points. Both requests are OPTIONAL to you. The survey, which is on the back of this instruction sheet, is due in class (or in my office) on or after Friday, December 10, 2004, but not before this date. The paper is due in class (or in my office) on or before Wednesday, December 8, 2004. Here are the guidelines for the paper. The topic for the paper may be ANYTHING even remotely related to calculus or mathematics. It can be biographical, autobiographical, historical, current, or creative. The paper must be typed and double—spaced with a bibliography (if research is done). Footnotes are NOT necessary. The paper must be at least three (3) FULL pages long and not more than four (4) pages long, NOT including the bibliog- raphy. The paper will be graded for proper spelling, punctuation, grammar, and mathematical correctness. These extra credit points will be ADDED TO YOUR RAW SCORE FOR THE FINAL EXAM in the following manner : The final exam will be a 200-point exam. Assume that your raw score on the final exam is A points and your survey and paper points add up to P total points. The score I will record for your final exam is : ZOO—A 200 >13“ For example, if A = 120 and P = 40 , then the score I will record for your final exam is Final Exam Score = A + ( 200 — 120 Final Emam Score = 120 +( 200 )40: 136. ...
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