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Some Final Exam Materials
Don't forget that our final exam is on Tuesday, May 6, 7:30--10:00 AM in DUAN G1B20. We will REVIEW for this exam Wednesday--Friday of the preceding week.
Some Exam 3 Materials
Don't forget that our third exam is on Wednesday, April 9, 6:30-8:00 PM, in DUAN G1B20. We will REVIEW for this exam in class that day and the day before.
Some Exam 2 Materials
Don't forget that our second exam is on Wednesday, March 5, 6:30-8:00 PM, in DUAN G1B20. We will REVIEW for this exam in class that day and the day before.
Some Exam 1 Materials
Don't forget that our first exam is on February 5, 6:30-8:00 PM, in DUAN G1B20. We will REVIEW for this exam in class that day and the day before.
Individual Homework Assignments
Exam 1 assignments
Exam 2 assignments
Exam 3 assignments
Exam 4 assignments
- First Mini-project assignment, due Monday, January 27
- Second Mini-project assignment, due Wednesday, February 19 and Solutions
- Third Mini-project assignment, due Monday, March 17 and Solutions
- Fourth Mini-project assignment, due Wednesday, April 2
- Fifth Mini-project assignment, due Friday, April 25 and Solutions
- Sixth Mini-project assignment, due Friday, May 2
Some cool links:
Solutions to Tutorials
Exam 1 tutorials
Exam 2 tutorials
Exam 3 tutorials
Exam 4 tutorials
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