HOMEWORK Homework assignments will be posted at least one week before their due

Homework homework assignments will be posted at least

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HOMEWORK Homework assignments will be posted at least one week before their due dates. The due dates will be posted on the Course Outline and the course website. Solutions will be posted on the website. The homework assignments will be checked primarily for completeness. Each will have problems that you have to solve. They are graded on the following scale (maximum score is 10 points): 7 points: You made an honest attempt at each problem, but there are many mistakes 8-9 points: You completed everything, but there are some mistakes 10 points: You got almost everything right I encourage you to work with other students on the assignments. You may work on problem sets individually, or in groups of no more than three. Should you elect to work on homework in a group, you may hand in a single sheet for the entire group (with up to three names on it), rather than three identical pieces of work. On the other hand, if two identical or extremely similar sheets are submitted individually (without acknowledging your cooperation), this will be treated as academic dishonesty. They are due at the beginning of class via Canvas. No credit will be given for late assignments. CLASS PARTICIPATION and EFFORT How useful you find this course depends on your dedication, hard work, and class participation. I will also give frequent pop-quizzes. Thus, effort, class participation, & pop-quizzes are 10% of your grade. Make a visible name card (write First Name, Last Name). If I cannot read it, it does not exist. When participating in class, I expect the following norms: Be respectful to your classmates and professor. Any disrespectful or unkind behavior is not tolerated and will be reflected in your participation grade.
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6 Laptop use is not allowed. Please print lecture slides or other materials before class. Late arrivals or early departures are discouraged. If you have something to say, share it with everybody. No whispered comments to someone sitting next to you. Remember to turn off your cell phones, both during regular classes and during exams. Attendance I expect you to attend all class meetings, but I will not enforce it. If you miss class too many times, it will be much harder to convince me that you have put effort into the course. It is your sole responsibility to keep yourself informed of the material covered in class, announcements made in class, due dates, and any important developments pertaining to the course. I will go over examples in class. Most of these are posted online, but some are not. The ones I do not post have a higher probability of showing up on the exams than the ones I post. WORKING PROBLEMS Working through problems is the only way to master this material. You will NOT do well in this class if you do not know how to solve problems. Knowing the lecture material is helpful for the test, but NOT sufficient to do well on exams.
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  • Fall '17
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