As in any mathematics course homework is an essential

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There will be weekly graded homework assignments, collected in recitation. As in any mathematics course, homework is an essential learning tool. I encourage you to work together with other students, but you must write up the assignment by yourself, in your own words, and not copy it from someone . If you work together on the homework, please put everyone’s name on the front page. The homework problems will be posted on Blackboard, and I will also e-mail them to everyone. Homework will be due in class. The TA will not accept late homework. The lowest homework grade will be dropped at the end of the semester. Exams: There will be two midterm exams and a cumulative final exam. The exams are closed-book and no calculators are allowed (or needed). I will let you know the dates of the midterms soon, while the final exam is scheduled by the registrar. Grading system: 25% homework, 20% each midterm, 35% final.
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Make-up policy: Make-ups will only be given for exams missed due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the student’s control. Please provide me with an acceptable written excuse, such as a doctor’s note explaining that you were unable to attend the exam. Math Learning Center: The MLC is located in S-240 in the Math Tower. I encourage you to go there if you have difficulties with the homework and to prepare for the exams. I will have my Thursday office hours scheduled in the MLC, and I also encourage you to come to my regular office hours.
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