MTH 131 Applied Calculus I |
Text: Hughes-Hallet, et. al., Applied Calculus, (Preliminary
Edition)
Calculators: A graphing calculator is required. (TI-85 recommended but
others may be suitable too.)
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Evening exams are scheduled on the following Mondays:
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Exams and evaluation
There will be three exams given outside of class, evenings at 6:00-7:30 PM, on October 4, November 8, and December 6 in Edwards Auditorium. A comprehensive final exam is scheduled on Friday, December 17, 7-10 PM in Edwards Auditorium. The evening exams will count 100 points each, the final 200 points, and 100 points will be based on work your instructor assigns in class. This may include collected homework, quizzes on the homework and readings, or projects.
The exams will reflect the variety of the homework problems. Do not expect to be asked merely to solve homework problems with numbers changed. The best way to prepare for exams, and to develop confidence in your ability to solve problems, is to work on the homework problems as suggested, and make sure that you really understand the underlying material.
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