Math 4606, Summer '04 Last changed: July 19, 2004.
News July 8: Assignments have been updated.
There is a new Special Problem as well.
News July 6: Solutions for Quiz 3 have been posted.
News July 5: The Assignments sheet has been corrected!
News July 1: Special Problems 4 & 5 are posted now.
Please reread the Special Problem requirements! They have been changed.
From the Grader: Please reread the Homework requirements!
News June 30: Assignments have been updated.
Special Problems 4 & 5 will be posted soon, probably later today.
Assignment 3 is already there, tho.
News June 28: Quiz 2 solutions are posted. Please note
that the solutions posted are not the only ones possible!
News June 25: Assignments have been updated:
Assignments are now listed "top down" by date due.
Special Problem 3 is there! SP 3 does not require a "direct" proof.
News June 21: Assignments have been updated:
Homework 1 is due Wednesday. Papers will have to be
neatly written, so the grader's limited time can be spent on
math and not on coping with communication difficulties.
This summer's grader's rules, below, replace the earlier ones.
Special Problem 2 is due Thursday. Be sure to read the
requirements for Special Problems (top of Assignment page).
Homework policies set by your papergrader:
HOMEWORK RULES: Homework for submission should
be clearly written on 8.5 x 11 sheets of paper. If you use
spiral notebook paper please trim the edges. Sheets should be
fastened with staples in the upper left-hand corner (if more
than one sheet is used). Clarity, neatness, correct reasoning,
correct answers, and good judgement about how much detail
to include are all important.
Under Regular Circumstances:
25% penalty for papers received after initial deadline.
100% penalty for papers received more than five days
after initial deadline.
Exceptional Circumstances: (These cases will be determined by Prof. Jodeit):
If papers are received by me within 7 days of inital dropoff they
will be graded without penalty.
If papers are received by me more than seven days after inital dropoff,
they will not be graded, but I will assign to that paper the average
of the scores of the papers actually turned in.
Easy problems are 5 pts each.
Standard problems are 10 pts each.
Difficult problems are 15 pts each.
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