Office: Hill 542; (732) 445-3074;
Office hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 10:30-noon,
and by appointment.
Office: Hill 521; (732) 445-6857;
Office hours: To be announced
|Marc Leili, majoring in math and economics|
|Leo Barinov, majoring in electrical and biomedical engineering|
|Gauri Srinivas, majoring in math and computer science|
The progress of these sections (compared with ...)|
It's my intention that we move at about the same pace as indicated in the standard course syllabus. Any serious difference with pace and content will be noted in the course diary. Students should note the recommended problems on the syllabus, and be able to do most of them. Students will be requested to hand in solutions to a few of these problems every week at recitation meetings, but those problems are intended to be minimal homework assignments.
Due dates for textbook homework and workshop problems|
Late textbook homework and late workshop writeups will generally not be accepted. Your two lowest scores in both categories will be discarded, however. This should help you cope with your responsibilities.
Although this is subject to change, students should expect that
grades will be determined using the following point
It is my intent to write and grade the exams so that approximately the following percentage cut-offs for letter grades can be used: 85 for an A, 70 for a B, 55 for a C, and 50 for a D. So there are "absolute standards" for letter grades rather than "a curve". I will be happy if every student gets a high grade.
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