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  Mathematics 13            Winer  2004

Text:  Vector Calculus, second edition by Susan Jane Colley.   (Available at Wheelock Books)


Section 1, Kiralis, 11:15-12:20 MWF, Bradley 105
(X-hour: Tu 12:00-12:50)
Section 2, Chernov, 12:30-1:35 MWF, Bradley 102
(X-hour: Tu 1:00-1:50)

Tutorials:  Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 in Bradley 104.

Office hours:

Kiralis, 312 Bradley
Tuesday 12:00 - 2:00
Thursday 1:00 - 3:00  and by appointment
Chernov, 414 Bradley  
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3:00 - 4:30
and by appointment

Homework:  There will be Webwork assignments for each class.  These assignments will usually be due about two classes after they are assigned. You can check the exact due dates after logging in to webwork.  Late homework is usually not accepted.
    In addition to webwork, homework problems in the book will be listed on the syllabus for some classes.  Do not hand in these problems.  They will not be graded, but neglecting them will not help you any on the exams.

Webwork information:  If you preregistered for the course, you should have a webwork account by the first day of classes.  If you do not have an account by then, tell your instructor so that one can be created.  Your initial password is your student ID number.  Change it soon.

      Monday,  Feb. 2, Bradley Auditorium (Room 101), 6:00-8:00pm
      Wednesday,  Feb. 25, Bradley Auditorium (Room 101), 6:00-8:00pm.  
    Final exam: to be scheduled by the registrar

    You are not allowed to use calculators on any of the exams.

  The final will cover the entire course, but will emphasize material covered since the second exam.
  No early final exams will be given.

Grading:  Final letter grades will be determined as follows:  Two Exams, 100 points each;
   Final exam, 150 points;  Webwork assignments, 50 points.

Honor  Code:
      Homework:  You may work together on assignments.  However, you should work through each problem on your own to get the answer that you enter into the computer. It is a violation of the honor code for someone else to provide you with his or her answers, even if you worked with that person.
      Exams:  All exams are closed book.  Giving or receiving any help during an exam is a violation of the honor code.

    Any student with a documented disability needing academic adjustments or accommodations should talk
to your instructor by the end of the second week of the term.  All discussions will remain confidential, although the Student
Disabilities Coordinator may be consulted to verify the documentation of the disability.