Mathematics 33            Spring  2002

Text:  A First Course in Fourier Analysis by David W. Kammler

Classes:  MWF  8:45 - 9:50 in 104 Bradley.  The x-hours, Th 9:00-9-50,  
won't be used, unless announced otherwise.

Instructor:  Jeff Kiralis,  312 Bradley Hall,  6-2411.

Office hours (tentative): M 10:00-11:00,  W 11:00 -12:00,  F 12:00 -1:00 and by appointment.
(No office hours Wed., April 3rd.)

Homework:  Usually assigned each class meeting and due by the start of the next class.
You may be given more time for some assignments.
Late homework will not be accepted.

      Monday,  April  22,
      Wednesday,  May 15,
and a final exam which will be scheduled by the Registrar.  No early final exams will be given.
The final will cover the entire course, but will emphasize material covered since the second exam.

Grading:  Final letter grades will be determined as follows:  Two Exams, 25%  each;
   Final exam  30%;  Homework  20%.

Honor  Code:
       Homework:  You may work together on assignments.  However, write up all homework to be graded by yourself.
     Copying from another person's paper is a violation of the honor code, 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 me 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.