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website. There will be no make-up for absences. Scores are based on correctness, clarity, accuracy, and active participation. The best 10 scores of 11 experiments are counted toward the final grade. Classwork: To encourage interactive learning, you will be presented with problems to solve throughout the course of each class period, interspersed between lectures. . You can work individually or collaboratively with other students to solve these problems. The solution should be turned in at the end of each class period for credits. In cases of absence or late show, credits can be restored only if valid excuse is given. Reading: Since the number of topics covered is very large, it will be impossible to go over all of them in class. The lectures will be devoted to discussions of critical concepts and methods. You are expected to learn many of the topics by reading the textbook, and to come to the class having already read the relevant sections. You should consult the schedule for the sections to be covered in each class period. Evaluation : The maximum number of points you can score is based on the following: Homework 15 sets times 10 = 150 Classwork 30 times 4 = 120 Labs 10 best times 11 = 100 Exams 4 best times 100 = 400 Total = 770 Letter grades are assigned according to the following schedule : A (690-770) B (610-689) C (530-609) D (450-529) F (less than 450) Important Dates: September 4 Last day to enroll, last day to drop with no “W” recorded September 8 Last day to drop with refund September 25 Last day to file for Pass/No Pass grade option October 30 Last day to withdraw. (Students are encouraged to discuss with the instructor prior to withdrawal) 2
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