As explained in the course description, your active involvement in learning is essential in order to successfully complete the course! A basic requirement of the course is therefore a serious commitment on your part to attend both the lectures and the problem sections.
In lectures: Attendance in lectures will be taken by the instructor. The instructor may choose to take attendance at the beginning of each lecture, by means of an attendance sheet listing all the students registered in the class. The sheet will be circulated in the classroom, and every student present will be required to sign the rubric corresponding to her or his name.
The attendance sheet will be returned to the instructor 15 minutes after the beginning of class.
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Submission of a quiz sheet on behalf of another student or signing the rubric under the name of another student on any attendance sheet will be considered a serious violation of course policies. See the section on Academic Integrity Policy for details. Failure to do so without an official waiver of attendance will lead to a grade of F for the course.
In problem sessions: The TAs will take attendance in each problem session starting from week 3. Failure to do so without official waiver of attendance will lead to a grade of F for the course. Excused Absence Policy : Students that know ahead of time that they have an existing or potential conflict with the class must inform their instructor using the absence appeals form if this link is broken then the form can be found on Blackboard under Course Information. Note: no appeals will be accepted during the exam week!
All appeals must be made before or on the last day of classes! In cases when the instructor cannot determine whether or not the reason is compelling and the absence may be excused, the instructor will forward the appeal to the Director of Undergraduate Studies, who will decide. The department reserves the right to lower the grading scale at the end of the semester.
The contributions of the various assignments to the final grade are as follows:. Midterm grades: Although it is not MSCS policy to assign midterm grades to level courses we will do our best to ensure that you receive a feedback of your performance before November 2nd. The midterm grades will follow the same cut-offs as for the final course grades, but with the following contributions:. Quizzes : The quizzes will be given during your regular lecture time on randomly chosen days. They will typically consist of one or two questions bases on recent material with the purpose of keeping you involved and active in the lectures and letting you know if you are following the concepts.
Grading scheme of a quiz is based on 0, 1, 2 points for each problem.
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It will be graded by the instructor, and returned in lecture or your problem session. Remember that quizzes will also be used for your attendance check. Homework : Homework for the course is the same for all sections. There are two types of homework: online homework assigned in MyLabMath, and written homework assigned in Gradescope. Both are mandatory and contribute to your final grade. MyLabMath homework consists of a selection of problems for a particular section of the book.
To receive full credit for an assignment you have to complete it by the due date of that assignment. There is usually an ample period of time between when the material is covered and when the assignment is due. You do not need a CourseID. To sign up, you will need a MyMathLab access code, see section Textbook for details. Please use a desktop computer or a laptop to do your MyMathLab homework.
biljagethe.tk Wolfram CDFPlayer is installed on the stationary computers in the library and in the computer labs on campus. You can use these computers to do your MyMathLab homework. Written homework assignments will be assigned every five days by the course coordinator in the online system Crowdmark. These written problems will generally be more challenging than the MyMathLab homework problems and will require you to show your full work.
The first written homework will be assigned on Thursday of week 2 and due on Monday of week 3. The deadlines for the subsequent homework assignments will be indicated on the homework. You will have to scan your solutions and submit them to the Crowdmark online system before the deadline. The instructions on how to do that are available on the Blackboard site in the section Course Documents. No late homework will be accepted. We recommend that you do MyMathLab assignment before taking on the more involved written homework problems.
One lowest or missing written homework score and 3 lowest or missing MyMathLab homework scores will be dropped from your final grade at the end of the semester. Exams : Two midterms will be given on Thursdays of weeks 6 and 10 of the semester, and one final on the week following the last week of classes.
Midterm 1 will include Sections The final exam is cumulative and includes material from the entire course.
Updates on time schedules, room assignments and preparation materials can be found on this page under the exams link. Make-ups can be given to students that comply with the Excused Absence Policy above for the day of the exam. May not be taken for credit in addition to MAT or Choose one of the following items: a. Topics 1. Multivariate Differential Calculus- partial derivatives and gradients, tangent planes - 6 hours 3.
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