offered later in the semester for extra credit if you are interested.For a brief overview and video on"How to Succeed in Math 108" go to the "Resources" module. (Disclaimer: Until an updated video can be made, any reference to MyMathLab homework will now imply the I-Learn digital homework titled "Maple TA.")Grading ScaleA (score ≥ 93%)A- (90 ≤ score < 93%)B+ (87 ≤ score < 90%)B (83 ≤ score < 87%)B- (80 ≤ score < 83%)C+ (77 ≤ score < 80%)C (73 ≤ score < 77%)C- (70 ≤ score < 73%)D+ (67 ≤ score < 70%)D (63 ≤ score < 67%)D- (60 ≤ score < 63%)F (score < 60%)
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