Bell's lecture sections: 36600 100 CRN 23353 MWF 10:30AM-11:20AM ONLINE 36600 200 CRN 23354 MWF 02:30PM-03:20PM ONLINE 36600 300 CRN 45579 MWF 01:30PM-02:20PM ONLINE 36600 400 CRN 14930 MWF 09:30AM-10:20AM ONLINE 36600 582 CRN 26469 - - ONLINE Lab sections (ONLINE): 36600 517 CRN 23355 T 11:30AM-12:20PM Devon Young Herr 36600 549 CRN 23357 T 01:30PM-02:20PM Atreyee A. Datta 36600 565 CRN 23358 T 02:30PM-03:20PM Jacob Timothy Barry 36600 581 CRN 14929 T 03:30PM-04:20PM Atreyee A. Datta
Professor Steve Bell
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TEXTBOOK: Elementary Differential Equations and
Boundary Value Problems 11e,
Boyce and DiPrima, 11th Edition, Wiley.
LECTURES -- lecture notes and videos of Bell's tablet PC lectures
MA 366 Calendar
Text version of the Assignment sheet for printing
Exam 2 was a take-home exam covering Chapters 3, 4, 7,
9.1 and 9.2 of the text due Tuesday, November 17.
More required syllabus items for all Purdue syllabi.
and Java applets for dfield and pplane here
Written homework will be collected roughly once a week
on Brightspace. Only 4 problems will be graded by the
grader per week. Each problem will be worth five points
and so each written homework assignment will be graded
on a scale of 0 to 20.
There will be two take-home midterm exams and one final
exam. Exams will be open-textbook and notes, but no other
books, no calculators, computers, phones, or watches.
Each midterm exam will be worth 100 points, the homework
grade will be scaled to 100 points, and the final will
be worth 200 points. Your MA 366 Lab score will be
scaled to 100 points. Total points: 600.
Exm 1 100 points Exm 2 100 Hwk 100 Lab 100 F Exm 200 -------------- Total 600 pointsFinal grades will be computed via this method.
Purdue University strives to make learning experiences
accessible to all participants. If you anticipate or
experience physical or academic barriers based on disability,
you are encouraged to contact the Disability Resource
Center at: email@example.com or by phone: 765-494-1247.
In this mathematics course, accommodations are managed
between the instructor, student, and the DRC Testing Center.
Students should share their Accommodation Memorandum for
the current semester with Bell and discuss accommodations
as early as possible.
www.math.purdue.edu/ada for more information about
accommodations are handled in the math department.