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Unformatted text preview: is on practical problem- solving rather than theory; students need only a background in basic calculus, but should be ready to do a lot of integration. Grading: The weight for each part of the course is given below. An example to show you how to compute your grade is also given. Category Weight Participants (Quiz or Worksheet) 5 Your Percentages Your Scores 100% =5 Homework (Due Mondays in Lectures) 20 85% =17 Midterm 1 20 (Friday Jan 31) Midterm 2 20 (Friday Feb 28) Final Exam 35 (2:30 – 4:20 pm Tuesday March 20) 78% =15.6 80% =16 90% =31.5 Total: = 85.1 This example student would get 85.1 out of 100 for the course, which is approximately a 3.0 on the current grade scale (the standard grade is subject to change at my discretion in order to fairly distribute the grades). Lecture: Lecture is on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. You will be held responsible for all information that is discussed during lecture. Respect Issues: Disrespect will not be tolerated. As with all your life, you should treat others better than you yourself would like to be treated. Come to class on time (better never than late) and do not leave class early. If you have special circumstances where you need to arrive late or leave early, please sit close to the d...
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2014 for the course ENGLISH 131 taught by Professor Amaleqeiq during the Spring '09 term at University of Washington.

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