## APM441/MAT1501 Asymptotic and Perturbation Methods

### Spring of 2016

- Lectures:
- Wed, 15:10—17:00
at HU 1018
- Thu, 15:10—16:00
at HU 1018

- instructor: Victor Ivrii
- office: HU 1008, Huron 215
- phone: 416-978-4031
- email:
ivrii@math.toronto.edu
- office hours:
- Immediately before and after lectures

**Test 1** (2 hours long) -- Early February
**Test 2** (2 hours long) -- Early March

Your **Final Mark** will be computed as follows:
\begin{gather}
\mathsf{FM}= \min\bigl[\mathsf{T}_1 + \mathsf{T}_2 + \mathsf{Q} + \mathsf{BM}+\mathsf{FEM},\, 100\bigr],\\[3pt]
\mathsf{Q} = \mathsf{Q}_1 + \mathsf{Q}_2+\ldots + \mathsf{Q}_6 \qquad \text{with 1 worst Quiz dropped}
\end{gather}
where $\mathsf{FM}$ and $\mathsf{FE}$ are your Final Mark, and the Final Exams Mark respectively,

- $\mathsf{T}_1$ and $\mathsf{T}_2$ are your Test 1 and Test 2 marks (each of these tests is worth 20 points),
- $\mathsf{Q}_n$ are Quizzes marks (each 4 points worth), $n=1,2,\ldots,6$,
so $\mathsf{Q}$ is 20 points worth, Quizzes will be drawn from Home Assignmet problems,
- $\mathsf{BM}$ is the bonus mark calculated as
$\mathsf{BM}=\min (\mathsf{B}_{\text{class}}+\mathsf{B}_{\text{web}},10)$, where
- $\mathsf{B}_{\textsf{class}}$ and $\mathsf{B}_{\textsf{web}}$ are the bonus points for the activity in the class and, respectively, contributions to the forum.
- $\mathsf{FEM}$ is a Final Exam Mark, 40 points

#### Missing work

There will be if possible a make-up for legitimately missing Tests. If impossible, then the remainder of Tests + Final Exam will be counted heavier.

Since there will be early and late sittings for Tests you need to provide a doctor's note covering the day of the missing test.

**Loss of work must be reported the day of the return of the respective work**.