Prof. Claude LeBrun,
Math Tower 3-108.
Our final exam will be held in our usual classroom, on Tuesday, May 19, from 11 am until 1:30 pm.
The exam will consist of five problems, each worth 20 points. You will be asked to solve all five problems.
The following topics will be emphasized by the exam:
I do not particularly recommend that you study the mid-term exam when preparing for the final. However, you are of course free to review the mid-term solution guide, which can still be accessed by clicking here. Remember that the guide is in PDF format, and that you would therefore need Acrobat or similar software in order to read it.
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Students who might require special evacuation procedures in the event of an emergency are urged to discuss their needs with both the instructor and DSS. For important related information, click here.