Prof. Claude LeBrun.
Office hours: TTh 1--2 pm, Math Tower 3-108.
The Final Exam will take place on Thursday, Dec 18, in Harriman Hall 137, from 5:00 to 7:30 pm. Click here for more information.Homework The only way to learn mathematics is to solve problems yourself. This course will therefore involve a great deal of homework, in two different formats:
Be sure to check the web for revisions before starting each homework assignment.
Go to this page and bookmark it. Then follow further online instructions.
Most weeks, you will need to do an on-line homework assignment. These will be due on Sunday nights at midnight.
Remember: trying to learn the material just before the exam rarely produces good results in any math course!
Grading: This course will entail two in-class mid-term exams
and a final. By enrolling in the course, it is understood that you are
making a firm commitment to be in attendance on the dates
of these exams. Your course grade will be based on your exam scores, paper
homework, and web homework, weighted as follows:
The Professor may be reach by e-mail at
This is the best method for arranging for appointments outside of regular office hours.
DSS advisory. If you have a physical, psychiatric, medical, or learning disability that could adversely affect your ability to carry out assigned course work, we urge you to contact the Disabled Student Services office (DSS), Educational Communications Center (ECC) Building, room 128, (631) 632-6748. DSS will review your situation and determine, with you, what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. All information and documentation regarding disabilities will be treated as strictly confidential.
Students for whom special evacuation procedures might be necessary in the event of an emergency are encouraged to discuss their needs with both the instructor and with DSS. Important information regarding these issues can also be found at the following web site: