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Chapter 7 slides
Chapter 8 slides
Chapter 9 slides
Practise Exam 2
Practise Exam 2 solutions
Exam 2 solutions
Practise Exam 3 (w solution)
Quiz 3 is Friday April 20th, please see the relevant questions below.
For Exam 3 you are allowed a two-sided formula sheet.
Practise Exam 3 has been posted to be reviewd Monday April 23rd. Exam 3 will be in class on Wednesday April 25th.
The lowest quiz grade out of the 3 will be dropped (unconditionally). The two quizes will account as the "project 2" which is 5% of the final grade.
According to the syllabus the lowest exam score (out of the 3) will be dropped conditional on taking all 3 exams. I am adding another condition that if both Exam 1 and Exam 2 scores are a C+ or above, then you must take the 3rd exam and must get at least a D (56 after "curve"). If not, then Exam 3 will account for 15% of the final grade.
This is done to discourage any students that have earned high grades in both exams (e.g. A on both Exam 1 and Exam 2) from coming to Exam 3 and leaving it blank. The goal is to learn the material
First quiz will be April 6th and will be based on Ch8 problems corresponding to the material covered in class Monday April 2nd. Look at problems 3,5,7,9,13,17.
Exam 2 and Project 1 grades have been posted on saki/e-learning, as well as the new letter grading scheme. Exam 2 will be handed back and discussed on Wednesday April 4th.
A weekly (in-class) quiz will be given on Friday's starting April 6th based on one of the listed homework problems from the relevant chapter.
This is aimed at replacing one of the projects (listed on the syllabus).
Chapter 7: 1,3,5,7,13,17,21,25,27,37,39,59,61,63
Quiz 1 - Chapter 8: 3,5,7,9,13,
Quiz 2 - Chapter 8: 19,20,22,25,26
Quiz 3 - Chapter 9: 3,4,22,24,25