Math 250/251/252, section 1
Penn State, Harrisburg
E. Boman, Associate Professor of Mathematics
In Class Exercises
noon - 1:50pm
-- Tue Dec 5 21:20:16 2017 --
The quiz I intended to give last week can be
found here. Remember, at
least one of Quiz 10 or Quiz 11 will be on the last
-- Tue Nov 14 10:55:45 2017 --
I have updated the list of assigned problems from the
textbook. Remember that these are the problems from
which I will choose test problems.
-- Mon Oct 30 14:45:22 2017 --
The due date on Laplace Transforms 1 was originally
this evening. That was an error. I have set it
back to November 10.
-- Tue Sep 19 15:08:46 2017 --
Several of you pointed out that problem #1 in the exam
was from Section 1.1 of the text, which was not supposed
to be covered by the exam.
My apologies. That was an oversight on my part. I have
modified the recorded grades to account for this in the
following way: The exam is now out of 90 points, and
problem #1 is declared extra credit. This way you get to
keep any points you got on that problem, but if you
didn't get any your grade is unaffected.
-- Fri Sep 8 09:00:16 2017 --
All of the past ICEs are now available through the "In
Class Exercises" link above. In the future I will post
these a day or two before an In Class Exercise day so
you can start early if you'd like to get ahead.
Also, there were a couple of typos on the current ICE
which I have corrected. If you see typos or errors on
any ICE please let me know so I can correct them too.
-- Tue Aug 22 17:44:24 2017 --
Your first two Webwork problem sets are now open. The
first will close on 8/28 and the second on 9/5. You
should try them immediately, so you know which ones
you will need help on.
-- Mon Aug 21 19:26:56 2017 --
I have activated WebWork for this class. You should
try to log in as soon as possible and let me know if
you have any problems.
-- Wed Aug 16 10:30:43 2017 --
Yes I know.
I'm aware that the solar eclipse will be happening
during our first class. This is a once in a lifetime event
(well actually it will be my third, but I'm old) and I
intend to let you go early -- probably around 2pm -- so
you can see it if you want.
However some of you are probably thinking you'll just
blow the class off entirely cuz it's the first day so how
important can it be, right?
It is important that you attend the first class because
that is when I will explain what you need to do to
succeed in the course. So as an added incentive, if at
least 3/4 of the class attends on the first day,
everyone in attendance will get 10 points extra credit
on their quiz scores. If less than 3/4 of you are in
attendance on Monday, no one gets the extra credit.