Course Information

Grade Structure



No Maple. More precisely; no Maple is required, no Maple help is available. There may be a few Maple-based optional extra-credit homework problems, but there will also be at least as many non-Maple extra credit problems.

Code of Academic Integrity : The following is from the University’s website on academic integrity “Since the University is an academic community, its fundamental purpose is the pursuit of knowledge. Essential to the success of this educational mission is a commitment to the principles of academic integrity. Every member of the University community is responsible for upholding the highest standards of honesty at all times. Students, as members of the community, are also responsible for adhering to the principles and spirit of the following Code of Academic Integrity found here If a student is unsure whether his action(s) constitute a violation of the Code of Academic Integrity, then it is that student’s responsibility to consult with the instructor to clarify any ambiguities.”

Classroom Decorum: Cell phones may not be used during class (no texting) and should be silent. Laptops may not be used for anything other than taking notes. It is important that you refrain from excessive talking during lecture as a courtesy to your fellow students.

Lecture Notes