MATH 1025 3.0 M  W 2002




Instructor: Iulduz Raguimov, S512 Ross Building
Lecture Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30 - 11:20am, CLH B
Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday  12:30 pm - 2:00 pm or by appointment
1. Professor B. van Rensburg, Monday, 3:30 - 4:20pm, SC 211
2. Professor W. van Wijngaarden, Monday, 4:30 - 5:20pm, CLH 110
3. Professor W. van Wijngaarden, Tuesday, 4:30 - 5:20pm, SC 114

Elementary Linear Algebra - Applications Version, eighth edition
Howard Anton and Chris Rorres
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN 0-471-17052-6

Course Prerequisites:

OAC Algebra and Geometry

Important Dates:
January 3:  Winter Term classes begin.
January 11: Last date to enroll in the course without permission of the course instructor.
January 25: Last date to enroll in the course with permission of the course instructor.
February 11 - 15: Reading week.
March 1: Last date to drop the course without receiving the grade.
March 29: Good Friday.
April 5: Last day of classes..
April 8: Last date to submit Session work.

The marks in this course will be apportioned as follows:           

Assignments 5  Assignments 10%
Term Test 1 Friday, February 01, 2002 20%
Term Test 2 Friday, March 22, 2002 20%
Final Examination Sunday, April 21, 2002 50%

All tests and exam will be strictly closed book.
There are no make up tests.
Missed tests will be counted as  zero, except under extreme circumstances such as illness. In this event, the final exam will be used for the missing grade.

Tutorial Information:
The weekly tutorial sessions are designed to provide an opportunity for students to practice the material covered in the previous week classes and to get assistance for material they do not fully understand. These are small group sessions where the students should feel free to ask questions of the tutorial leader. 
The assignments will be given out in class  and will be posted on the web site in advance of the tutorials and students should attempt to answer the questions before coming to the tutorial session. The questions on the assignments will reflect the material covered in class in the preceding week. Unless otherwise specified, assignments should be dropped at assignment drop box at 5th floor, Ross Building North, near elevators. Assignments are due on Tuesdays at 2:00 pm of the following week. Assignment handed later will not be marked.
It is extremely important that students complete these assignments before the tutorial sessions since the material covered on the following tutorial will be related to the assignment. Since mathematics is a subject where mastery of previous material is essential in order to understand the current topics, successful students must keep up to date in the course and seek help for points they do not understand as soon as possible.
The work you submit must be your own. Plagiarism is a form of academic fraud and is treated very seriously. Assignments you hand in must not contain anyone else's work.
Assignment problems will be typical to the problems on the term tests and final examination and thus are an important part of preparing for these tests. Answers to these problems will be posted on the board near my office, S512 Ross and/or on the web site.

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