MAT1318A(Fall 2015)

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Course Information

 

  • Instructor: Camelia Karimianpour
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  • E-mail: ckari099@uottawa.ca
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  • Office Hours: (KED B07-B)
  • Monday 12:00-14:00
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  • Lecture Meeting Time
  • Monday 10:00-11:30 (VNR 1095)
  • Wednesday 8:30-10:00 (VNR 1095)
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  • The course outline is available here.
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Announcements

 

 

The review session will be on Monday December 14th, from 10 AM to 12AM at VNR 3035. Note the change of room.

 

The solutions to the third assignment is posted.

 

A set of practice questions with solutions for the third midterm is posted under the Exams tab.

 

Assignment 3 is posted. It is due on Novermber 25th.

 

The solutions to the second midterm is posted.

 

The second short self-assessment quiz is posted on the Blackboard. This test focuses on solving equalities and inequalities. It is designed based on the common mistakes in the first midterm. Please put an hour to take the test. Your grade will not be part of the final evaluation of the course. Once you finish, you will get a detailed solution which helps you find your mistakes.

 

A set of practice questions for the second midterm is posted under the Exams tab.

 

The solutions to the second assignment is posted.

 

I posted a link to an old webpage of this course, where you can find some complementary lecture notes for chapter one two two and thre, in Resources under "Some other materials".

 

A short self-assessment quiz is posted on the Blackboard. The quiz is designed based on the common mistakes in the first midterm with the goal of improving the general skills needed to work with algebraic expressions. I highly encourage you to take the quiz as many times as you need.

 

Assignment 2 is posted. It is due on October 21th.

 

The solutions to the first midterm is posted.

 

The solutions to the first assignment is posted. Also, under the "Exams" tab, you can find two sample midterms.

 

Assignment 1 is posted. It is due on September 30th.

I posted a link to an old webpage of this course, where you can find some complementary lecture notes for chapter one, in Resources under "Some other materials". If you don't have access to the book yet, I recommend that you read these notes instead.

Contact Info

 

Camelia Karimianpour

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

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