Course Information
- Instructor: Camelia Karimianpour
- E-mail: ckari099@uottawa.ca
- Office Hours: (KED B07-A)
- Tuesday 14:00-16:00
- Lecture Meeting Time
- Monday 17:30-19:00 (MCD 146)
- Wednesday 17:30-19:00 (STE G0103)
- DGD Meeting Time (MRT 212)
- Tuesdays 08:30-10:00
- The course outline is available here.
- The partial lecture notes are available in the Syllabus section.
Announcements
The practice problems for the review class is posted here.
My office hours in December are: Tuesday Dec. 2 and Dec. 9, 4-6 pm and Thursday Dec 11, 3-5 pm or by appointment.
The fourth assignment is posted. It is due on November 26th.
There is a study group for this course every Wednesday at 7:00pm to 8:30pm at FTX235. This is not a class and not the same as dgd. There will be a mntor to help you understand the materials and answer your questions. There is no study group during the exam period.
The office hours on Tuesday Nov 4 will be at 4pm to 5pm.
The calculation of your final mark for the assignments is modified (to your benefit) as follows: the assignments are still worth 20% of your total mark, but this will be composed of your best three assignments (i.e. your worst assignment will not be counted).
The second midterm is on November 10 th in the class. To prepare for the exam you can find some practice problems here.
The third assignment is posted. It is due on November 5th.
The lecture for the cancelled class on October 22nd is videotaped. You should watch it on your own. You can find the video in the syllabus section in three parts. Part one is an overview of sine and cosine functions. Parts two and three are on drivative of trig functions.
The lecture notes for October 20th is updated. Now it contains the examples we skipped in the class.
The second assignment due date is extended.It is now due on Oct 23rd 3:30pm.
The second assignment is posted. It is due on October 22th.
The solution to the first midterm is posted.
The solution to the first assignment is posted.
The first assignment is posted. It is due on September 24th.
The deadline for the diagnostic test is extended. The test is now due on September 16 at 11:30pm.
All the students should take an online-based diagnostic test by September 12. You can access this test through Maple TA using the login information that you will receive by e-mail. The result of this test will help you decide if you should instead take the prerequisite for this course (MAT1318). This test will not count towards your final grade. Please consult this website for instructions.
Contact Info
Ph.D. candidate
Department of Mathematics
and Statistics
585 King Edward Ave.
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K1N 6N5
E-mail: ckari099@uottawa.ca
Phone: (613) 562-5800 ext. 3508
Office: KED 206