Youngstown State University

Department of Mathematics, Fall'2005

Grading Policy --- Math 2673 section 2244

Dr. John J. Buoni Office 1093 Cushwa Hall

Office Hours: MWF, 10:00 -- 10:50; 1:00 -- 2:00Homework: Homework will be assigned, collected, graded and mostly will

involve the use of a computer.

Maple Labs: Students will work in teams of 2(not 3) to complete the labs using Maple, some purely computational hand calculation. Approx 4 labs worth 5 points each will be given for a total of 20 points..

Tests: There will be 2 tests and a non-cumulative final, each test will be worth 50 points and the final 75 points for a total of 175 points.

Project: Students will work in teams of 2, to complete a major project. ( 20 points)

Final Average: Your final average will be calculated as a percentage of the total points assigned.

Final Grade} Your final grade will be determined by

the location of your final average in the following

set of intervals.

Your final grade will be based on approximately 215 points.

90% or higher A

75% -- 89.99% at least a B

60% -- 74.99% at least a C

(all calculations are done to two decimal places)The goal of this course is to abstract from one variable

( two dimensional calculus) to two variables

( three dimensional calculus). We will study

the same concepts as before but in 3 dimensions.