## Spring 2013

## MATH 115, TTh 10:30-12, DRL A6

## Calculus II with Probability and Matrices

*Office*: Room DRL 4E6

*Office Hours*: Tuesday and Wednesday 1:30 - 2:45
or by appointment

*Teaching Assistant*: Jonathan Kariv DRL 3W8
jkariv at math dot upenn dot edu

*Teaching Assistant Office Hours:* Monday and Thursday 2 - 3

## Math 115 Resources

### Any type of problem from Math 115
old finals
or
core problems
can come up on our final exam,
which will be held Wednesday, May 1, 12 - 2 p.m. in DRL A-5.

## Grading Policy and Exam Dates

There will be two midterm exams of 80 minutes each, held in class. You do not
have to hand in homework, but there will be a quiz from the previous week's
homework at the beginning of each recitation. The first quiz will be
Friday, February 1 and Monday, February 4, respectively. Each midterm
exam will also be based on the homework so if you have done the homework
you should do well on the quizzes and on the midterm exams. No calculators
will be allowed during the quizzes, on the midterm exams, nor on the final
exam. You may bring only one page of note (8.5 x 11) both sides. No books
or notebooks allowed during the quizzes, the midterm exams, nor the final
exam.
Rules regarding missed exams. Two lowest quiz scores will be dropped.
There will be a make up exam only for the final exam. For the two midterm
exams there will be no make up exams. Only if you have a valid reason for
missing a midterm exam, such as a note from a physician, you will receive
the adjusted grade for the missed midterm exam. The adjusted grade for the
missed midterm exam will be computed from the score you get for that portion
on the final exam.

You will get your midterm exams back in recitation. If you think your
midterm exam has not been graded correctly you should take it to your
recitation leader during or right after recitation. DO NOT WRITE ON YOUR EXAM.
On a separate sheet paper indicate why you think your exam was incorrectly
graded. Once you have had the midterm exam in your posession outside of class
or if you have written on your midterm exam you no longer can have your
midterm exam regraded. For example, if a friend picks up your midterm exam
for you, you forfeit the right to have your midterm exam regraded.
If you are ill and can not go to recitation see you TA during office hours
or at the following recitation.

Your course grade will be computed as follows:

- 20% quizzes
- 40% midterm exams
- 40% final exam

A schedule of midterm exams follows. These exams will be given in class.
For material covered on midterm exams click on
Homework Assignments.
- Thursday, February 21
- Thursday, March 21

Note that the second midterm exam will emphasize the new material
but will include some old material as well.
**
The common final exam will be on Wednesday, May 1, 12 - 2 p.m. in DRL A-5.
No calculators will be allowed during the final exam. You may bring
only one page of note (8.5 x 11) both sides. No books or notebooks allowed
during the final exam. The final exam will cover all the material covered
in the course. **