Math 43 (Functions of a complex variable) - Spring 2000

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FINAL NOTES: The take-home portion of the final was distributed last Friday. It is due at the in-class final, which is Monday, June 5th from 9:00-11:00 a.m. in Bradley 102. I will be there at 8:30 if you would like to start early. If you have any questions about the take-home final, feel free to ask me. I won't give hints that are quite as helpful as I would on homework problems, but it can't hurt to ask.

Instructor: Doug Drinen

Office: Choate 103

Phone number: 646 - 2293

Email (the best way to contact me):

Official office hours: MWF after class until 3 and TTh 3-4.

Other office hours: Email me to set up an appointment (this will usually work) or just drop by the office (this plan is a bit riskier).

Course meeting times: MWF 12:30 - 1:35 and x-hour Tu 1:00 - 1:50

Course meeting place: Bradley 103

Tutorial: David Rudel, a graduate student, has agreed to run a tutorial on Thursday and Sunday nights from 6:00 to 7:00 in Bradley 103 (our regular classroom).

Text: Complex Variables and Applications, (Sixth Edition), by James Ward Brown and Ruel V. Churchill

Grade: Your grade will be determined as follows:

Category                 Weight         
homework and quizzes      30%            
mid-term exam             30%       
final exam                40%                                                  

Exams: The date, time, and format of both exams are yet to be determined.

Makeup policy: Homework will be assigned (almost) every class period, and will be due at the next class meeting. No late homework will be accepted for any reason, but your three lowest homework scores will be dropped before computing your grade. Thus you may miss up to three homework assignments without penalty.

Makeup tests will only be given in case of legitimate emergencies.

Honor policy:

Students with disabilities: I encourage students with disabilities, including "invisible" disabilities like chronic diseases and learning disabilities, to discuss with me any appropriate accommodations that might be helpful.