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Duane Jones
Dr. Ingrao
HUMA 1301.003
17 November 2011
G-10
An Essay Concerning Human Monster Understanding
Monsters and monstrosities exist everywhere. They exist both in literature and
within our own tangible realm. The monsters that exist in lite
Ingrao
HUMA 1301.001
Spring 2012
Assignment: Short Essay
Due:
The course TA will collect your printed, stapled essays by rows at the beginning of our April 23rd
class.
Late work will not be accepted without a valid excuse.
The short essay is worth 25% of
Short Essay Rubric
I. Assigning a Letter Grade:
The assignment requires a process paper in which students:
A. Discuss the importance of the study of monsters and monstrosity as said study exemplifies the
manner in which monsters inform our understanding o
Make a Bold Move: Chess in Public, Academic, and School Libraries
Friday, April 15, 2011, 8-9:50 a.m. Jody Braswell, Librarian - Burnet Elementary School, Odessa, Texas
jody.braswell@ectorcountyisd.org
Tips for Successful Grant Writing
Think of the grant
GtT
Denton Public School Foundation, Inc.
For Office Use
Application for Grants-to-Teachers
Traditional Grant Application 1 or more staff members
2010-2011
Grants-to-Teachers ($100 to $1,000 for individual classroom / grade level / department projects) wi
Programming Fundamentals
CS1336 Spring 2012
Practice Assignment #1
Introduction
This is not a programming assignment. Rather, it is a practice assignment for doing the analysis
necessary before we begin writing our programs.
Lets generate pseudocode for a
Programming Fundamentals
CS1336 Fall 2012
Assignment #1
Assignment#1BasicProgramming
September 12, 2012
Due Date:
September 19, 2012; 11:59pm
Introduction
Your first programming assignment will consist of two small C+ programs. Each program will
be indepe
Course Syllabus
Course Information
(course number, course title, term, any specific section title)
STAT 4351-501, Probability, FALL 2013
Professor Contact Information
(Professors name, phone number, email, office location, office hours, other information)
Syllabus
NATS 4390
Research Methods
PROFESSOR CONTACT INFORMATION
Dr. Homer Montgomery
Office
972.883.2480
Cell
469.951.8110
Office Location
FN 3.308H
Email
mont@utdallas.edu (particularly responsive to text)
Office Hours
T 1-3; W 3-5 / Other times by app
University of Texas at Dallas
Course Syllabus
Math 4301: Mathematical Analysis I
Fall 2012
Time and Location:
MW 4:00p - 5:15p
Instructor:
Wieslaw Krawcewicz
Contact Information:
Oce:
Phone:
Email:
Oce hours:
Prerequisites:
FO 2.208
Professor
FO 2.602
MATH/CS 4334.001 (87192/83912) Syllabus
Numerical Analysis
Fall 2013, MW 2:303:45 pm, FO 1.502
Instructor: Dr. Minko
Oce: FO 2.402B
Phone: (972) 883-6695
Email: sminko@utdallas.edu
Website: http:/www.utdallas.edu/sminko
Note that I will maintain a web pag
Exam 3 Review solutions
1. In Section 4.2, we had the following theorem: If f (x) = 0 for all x in an interval (a, b), then f is
constant on (a, b).
Use that theorem to prove the following: If f (x) = g (x) on (a, b), then f (x) = g(x) + c on (a, b).
SOLU
MA/CS 321 : Intro to Numerical Methods
Problem Set 7
Due: Monday November 25, 2013
Note: Turn in all code that you have written and turn in all output generated by your functions/scripts. Your functions/scripts must be commented and output must be formatt
6.2 Pivoting Strategies
Motivation: To solve a system of linear equations
for
by Gaussian elimination where
are numbers with small magnitude.
In Gaussian elimination, if a pivot element
is small compared to an element
below, the multiplier
will be large,
Taylor Series
51
Taylor Series Expansions and Approximations
The Taylor series is mainly used for approximating functions when one
can identify a small parameter. Expansion techniques are useful for many
applications in physics, sometimes in unexpected wa
Course Syllabus
Course Information
ED 4359 Chess II - Using Institutional & Cultural Contexts of Chess
Instructor Contact Information
Dr. Alexey Root, 940-484-2265 (home), aroot@utdallas.edu, office hours by
appointment. If you need assistance with regist