Division by Zero and Other Dangerous Deeds

In Math 13 you have a number of responsibilities, the first of which is being fully aware of the content of the general information page.

In particular, that page contains:

- dates of midterm exams,
- policy regarding homework,
- how the honor principle applies in this course, and
- how grades will be computed.

There are web-based homework assignments which are due before each class period, as well as written assignments which are due once a week. Further details are provided both by the above links (but you've looked at those already) as well as below.

The daily web-based problems can be accessed via the WeBWorK Login link on the navigation bar at the top of the page.

It is highly recommended that you keep a notebook in which you write up your WeBWorK homework (including your work as well as the answers). Then when you are studying for exams, you will have a record of your work two which to refer.

The weekly written homework assignments will be posted here.

- Written homework should be turned in to the homework boxes outside of Kemeny XXX by 11:15am on the due date. More details will follow ******.
- Make sure that you show all your work and explain all the steps. A correct answer with no work shown will receive minimal credit. This is good practice for what will be expected on exams.
- Make sure your homework is neatly written; if the graders cannot read it, you will receive zero credit. We also have some technical requirements: Use standard-sized paper that does not have ragged edges from being torn out of a spiral notebook.

**Read:**Sections 15.1 and 15.2.**Preview:**Sections 15.2 and 15.3.**WeBWorK:**(Assignment 0 if you haven't seen WeBWorK) and Assignment 1.**Written Homework:**Written Homework 1 is here. Due: Wednesday, September 25.

**Read:**Sections 15.2 and 15.3.**Preview:**Section 15.4.**WeBWorK:**Assignment 2.

**Read:**Section 15.4.**Preview:**Sections 15.4 and 15.5.**WeBWorK:**Assignment 3.