WARNING: The information on this page applies only to my section of math 180, which is

David Dumas
MWF 12 Noon
Lecture Center D1
CRN 13382

While this page is the primary source of information and announcements about this section of math 180, there are two other places where course information is found:

### Section-specific information

#### Syllabus

#### Final Exam

The final exam will be held on

Thursday, December 11 from 1-3pm in

Lecture Center E101.

In addition to the online and written homework, the following
resources will help you prepare for the exam:

#### Midterm Exams

#### Written Homework

- Homework 1, due Thursday, September 4 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 2, due Tuesday, September 9 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 3, due Tuesday, September 16 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 4, due Tuesday, September 23 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 5, due Tuesday, October 7 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 6, due Tuesday, October 14 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 7, due Tuesday, October 21 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 8, due Tuesday, November 11 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 9, due Tuesday, November 18 — Solutions and grading rubric
- Homework 10, due Tuesday, Dec 2 — Solutions and grading rubric

#### Quizzes

#### Miscellaneous

#### No late arrival or early departure

Students are expected to
arrive to lectures and discussion sections on time, and to stay for
the full period. Arriving late or leaving early is inconsiderate to
your instructor and fellow students, and moreover, such actions
disrupt course activities. Therefore, late arrivals or early
departures will not be tolerated. In particular, students arriving late will be
denied entry into the lecture (and will receive a score of zero on any
graded in-class activities).

#### No Blackboard

We will not use Blackboard at all. (Blackboard is a system that some courses use to post information and announcements, assignments, etc.).