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Robert Seely's Course Materials Page - Winter 2016


Are you looking for my Fall 2015 Liberal Arts Maths & Logic Course page?
Info about Exams
Office hours during exam period:

You can find the most up-to-date Final exam timetable and information on the Portal.

Be sure to be familiar with the rules etc on page 2 of the exam schedule.
In particular, bring your ID and arrive at least 15 minutes before the exam. And most importantly:

IMPORTANT: Students must NOT bring cell phones into the gym.
Possession of a cell phone during an exam could be considered cheating, resulting in a mark of 0%.

Finally, for those in an unfortunate position: remember from the course outline the following policy:
A student choosing not to write the Final Exam will receive a failing grade of 50% or their Class Mark, whichever is less.


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Course Materials

NOTE re Cal III Textbook: The textbook for DDB has a page-ordering issue:
page 104 (aka 512) is not in the right place.
The bound order is 102,103,105,106,107,108,104,109,110,
but the correct order should be the usual numerical order.
Just keep an eye on page numbering as you read this section.

* Cal I (201-NYA) * Cal III (201-DDB)
* Cal I (Tests & Solutions) * Cal III (Tests & Solutions)
* Cal I (Practice Tests) * Cal III (Practice Tests and Assignments)
* Notes and more practice tests: Cal I   * Notes on various topics: Cal III
 

WeBWorK Assignments

*  WeBWorK login page for NYA section 06 ("seely")
*  WeBWorK login page for DDB section 03 ("rags")

Other Links

*  Contact information (My office hours, class test dates, current course outlines, etc.)
*  rags' Calculus Resources page (lots of exercises and notes for Cal I, II, III)
*  Old Exams (Cal I, II, III)    Other old exams (from JAC webpage)
*  Solutions to Calculus exercises in Stewart (on the Portal): DDB
      (NYA, NYB will appear in Lea)
*  Link to the home page for the Stewart textbook
*  Online resources for the Stewart textbook
*  Interesting places on the web   &   Some books to read
*  A categorical description of the essential structure of differential calculus:
       my contribution for Research Day at John Abbott College, 17 April 2013.
       [The Original A0-size poster]
*  Do you think it's all MAGIC? Then take a look at this (Count the little folk! 12 or 13?)
*  The Ultimate Maths Quiz (Are you ready for it??!)
*  Advice on anti-virus protection
*  Text for Liberal Arts course 360-124 (Maths & Logic)

Please don't send me messages via Omnivox (MIO) or Lea.
Instead, please use my regular email address
rags
Please use plain text, not html email,
and put "JAC" in the subject line,
so my spam filters don't trap it. (Thanks!)
You may also use the WeBWorK email interface.

More links:
JAC Maths Department Home Page
JAC Home page
RAGS home page (mainly research)
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