MAT 237 Y

MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS

COURSE 2005-2006

 

EVALUATION

This class will have six assignments, three term tests, and a final examination.  The assignments and tests will together make up a Term Mark, with the following distribution:

Assignments (20% of the term mark)

Only the best 5 of the 6 marks, all with equal weight, to be counted.

Term tests (80% of the term mark)

Each of the 3 marks, all with equal weight, to be counted.

The Final Mark will be computed using a floating 60-40 weighting.

That is, the higher of the Term and Exam Marks will be worth 60% of the Final Mark.

 

ABOUT THE ASSIGNMENTS:

The assignments in this course will be of a style similar to MAT137Y there will be both mechanical and theoretical questions, with full solutions expected.

Each assignment is due Thursday at 6 p.m. on the weeks indicated in the class schedule.  Hand in your paper in the assignment drop-off box in the Math Aid Centre (SS1071).

Please note that the Math Aid Centre closes very promptly at 6 p.m. on Thursdays, so anyone who is late will not be able to hand in the paper.

No late assignments or medical notes will be accepted this is the reason for counting only 5 of the 6 marks.

 

ABOUT THE TESTS:

The term tests will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on the days indicated.

Examination rooms will be announced before the test.

For those who have a conflict during that time, there will be an early sitting of the test from 4 to 6 p.m. on the same day. You must e-mail Felix Recio well before the day of the test to be given permission to write the early sitting. 

If you believe that you cannot write a test due to extenuating circumstances, you must contact Felix Recio to try to obtain permission to skip the test.

You must provide proper documentation, as anyone who skips a test without prior approval will get a zero (unless the absence is due to illness, properly documented).

If you cannot show up for a test because of illness, you should submit your medical documentation no later than one week after the day of the test.

 

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