221 Fall 2010
Sections 394 & 398
General Course Information
The lecture meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00-2:15 PM in Van Vleck B130.
Discussion section 394 meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:55-10:45 AM in Van Vleck B309.
Discussion section 398 meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:05-12:55 PM in Van Vleck B333.
My Contact Information
Office: Van Vleck
Office Hours: Monday 2:20-3:20, Wednesday 1:10-2:10, Thursday 11:50-12:50
To set up an appointment to meet me outside of my scheduled office hours, you can see me before/after class, call me, or send me an email.
Office hours for Monday 9/27 are cancelled. Instead there will be office hours on Tuesday 9/28 from 2:30-3:30.
There will be a review session on Monday, October 4 from 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM in Van Vleck B115.
Midterm 1 will be in class on Thursday, October 7. It will cover through Section 3.4
There will be a review session on Tuesday, November 16 from 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM in Van Vleck B139.
Midterm 2 will be in class on Thursday, November 18. It will cover Sections 3.5-4.4 and 4.7-5.6
Office Hours for Finals Week will be Monday 12:00-2:00 and Tuesday 9:00-11:00.
There will be a review session on Monday, December 20 from 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM in Social Science 6102.
The Final Exam will be Wednesday, December 22 from 7:45 AM until 9:45 AM in Van Vleck B102. It will cover Section 1.1 through Section 7.6.
Your grades wil be computed out of 500 points, distributed as follows.
Midterm 1: 100 points
Midterm 2: 100 points
Final Exam: 200 points
Quizzes: 100 points
Quizzes will be given at the beginning of discussion each Wednesday (except on midterm exam weeks) starting on Wednesday, September 15. The quizzes will be approximately 10 minutes long and will be based on the previous week's homework assignment. Your two lowest quiz scores will be dropped.
At the end of the semester, letter grades will be assigned according to the following scale.
Homework will be assigned every Tuesday in lecture and posted on Professor Feldman's webpage. Although it is not collected, it is still very important, both for your grade and for your understanding of the material, that you complete each homework assignment. There's a saying that goes "Mathematics is not a spectator sport." You cannot learn the material simply by watching Professor Feldman and I work through it in class; you must also work out problems yourself. Failure to do so will severely impact your performance on exams.
Quiz solutions can be found (as PDF files) on the following pages.
Section 394 (9:55-10:45 AM)
Section 398 (12:05-12:55 PM)
Unless otherwise noted, all documents posted here are PDF files.
Review Problems for Exam 1
Answers to Review Problems for Exam 1
Review Problems for Exam 2
Answers to Review Problems for Exam 2
Review Problems for Final Exam
Answers to Review Problems for Final Exam
Mikhail Feldman's Page - This is Professor Feldman's page. Here you can find the syllabus and each week's homework assignment.
Getting help in your math class - This page is run by the Mathematics Tutorial program. It lists a number of resources that are available for getting math help here at UW-Madison.