MA 504 - Fall 2010
Textbook: W. Rudin, Principles of Mathematical Analysis, Third Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1976
Instructor: Dr. Donatella Danielli
Office: Math 620. Phone: 494-1920, or 4-1920 on-campus. This telephone has voice mail.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Webpage: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~danielli.
Office hours: Wednesday and Friday, 10:30-11:30, or by appointment.
Homework: There will be a weekly assignment of readings and problems, due on Friday. STAPLE all pages together.
LATE HOMEWORK IS NOT ACCEPTED UNLESS YOU HAVE A VALID, DOCUMENTED EXCUSE.
If you cannot attend class on a particular Friday, hand in your homework early.
Examinations: There will be three examinations:
MIDTERM 1 on Wednesday, Sept. 29, during class time;
MIDTERM 2 on Monday, Nov. 8, during class time;
FINAL EXAM, tba.
MAKE UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN ONLY IF:
YOU HAVE A VALID, DOCUMENTED EXCUSE
YOU NOTIFY ME IN ADVANCE OF YOUR ABSENCE.
Grades: Course grades will be determined as follows:
Homework 30%; Midterms 20% each, Final 30%.
Important Comment: Class attendance is expected.
Academic Adjustments for Students with Disabilities: Students who have been certified by the Office of the Dean of Students-Adaptive Programs as eligible for academic adjustments should go to MATH 242 and request an Information Sheet that explains how to get these adjustments made in Mathematics courses. This should be done during the first week of classes. Only students who have been certified by the ODOS-Adaptive Programs and who have requested ODOS to send their certification letter to their instructor are eligible for academic adjustments.
Students who are currently undergoing an evaluation process to determine whether they are eligible for academic adjustments are encouraged to find out now what procedures they will have to follow when they are certified by requesting the above mentioned Information Sheet from MATH 242.
Large print copies of the Information Sheet are available from MATH 242 upon request.