Tom Morley's 2803

Welcome to Mathematics 2803, Spring quarter 1999. My office hours are MWF 10-11, Skiles 263 or Skiles 237 (Math Lounge).

Suggested Problems (Updated May 22):

Quiz Monday. Quiz Monday. Covers through 3.3.

Page (for printing) containing only suggested problems

Quiz Monday April 12. One half hour. Open Book and notes. Calculator allowed. Will cover up to what we cover on Friday.
This is the following:

Note: I will try to get back from swimming as soon as I can Monday morning, so that you can ask me any last minute questions. I will be in the Math Lounge (Skiles 236) before class (about 8:30 or 8:45 'till 9).

Material Covered:

Sections from Chapter 9 and 10 we will NOT cover: 9.3,10.1,10.2 ,10.5,10.6,10.7

The Math 2308 Co-Web Space Please feel free to add what you want. Extra credit available.

We have a special Math (tutoring) Lab for 2803 students in Skiles 171. The hours are

Tuesday and Thursday, 11 - 3

The lab will begin on April 6. It is very important that you take advantage of this.
Math 2803 really has too much stuff in it for a three hour course. You should spend an hour or two each week at this tutoring lab. Think of it as the Tu-Th recitation section.

Here is the official syllabus for Math 2803. Please feel free to share this syllabus with students in other sections: Math 2803

Grading: The grade for the course will be computed as follows:

Since I have never taught this specific course before I have no old tests. However Professor Andrew's old test for the course are here:
Note that some if these test contain some material not in the current course outline... Outlines change.

This should give you some idea of the material and level of the course. All these tests are from Professor Andrew's 2803 Page . Thanks, Fred, for allowing me to use these links.

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