CS 275 Summer 2013 Course Assignments McCalla

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The first slide and accompanying narration will begin automatically. The slide transitions are automatic but you can always return to a slide and then resume the Slide Show. Please note: On some Modules, you may receive a “Security Warning”. Select “Options” and click on “Help protect me…”. There is no problem with doing so. Chapter Quizzes After reading each chapter in the textbook, you will take a 10 question on-line quiz. The questions will be drawn directly from the chapter materials so if you have read the chapter carefully you should do well on the quiz. Answers will not be provided as these questions are frequently found on the exams. Each quiz will be timed—you will have 15 minutes to complete the quiz once you have started. You will not be able to pause the quiz once it begins. You must complete the quizzes by Friday at 4:30 pm CDT of the week the readings are assigned. The quizzes will be available on Wednesday of every week.
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Consumer Science 275 Summer 2013 McCalla 2 Homework Assignments In addition to what you learn through reading and lectures, knowledge of personal finance comes through practical application of what you learn. A central part of this course are three homework assignments. These assignments are worth 15% of your course grade and are due by 4:30 pm CDT on their due date. The assignments and their due dates are: Assignment # Due Date Description 1. “What is it worth?” Friday, June 28 th by 4:30 pm CDT Understand Time Value of Money 2. “What does it cost?” Tuesday, July 9 th
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  • Summer '13
  • RobMcCalla
  • Personal Finance, Slide rule, consumer Science, PM CDT

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