MATH 1090, Spring 2009
Section 1: MWF 8:359:25am, WEB 110 (Warnock Engineering Building)
Section 2: MWF 10:4511:35am, WEB 101 (Warnock Engineering Building)
Instructor: 
Peter Kim Office: LCB 313 (LeRoy Cowles Building) Phone: 5851645 
Office hours: 
M 1:303:00pm W 1:303:00pm (I am also available right after lecture, or by appointment via email.) 
Prerequisites  Textbook  Course Outline  Homework  Grading  Tutoring  Policies 
Assigned Date  Due Date  Homework Problems / Handouts  
First day of class  Mon, Jan 12  CourseInfo.pdf HomeworkCoverSheet.pdf 

Homework #1  Mon, Jan 12  Wed, Jan 21  0.2 # 139 odd 0.3 # 157 odd 
Homework #2  Wed, Jan 21  Mon, Jan 26  0.4 # 155 odd 0.5 # 165 odd 
Homework #3  Mon, Jan 26  Mon, Feb 2  0.6 # 151 odd 0.7 # 153 odd 1.1 # 151 odd 
Homework #4  Mon, Feb 2  Mon, Feb 9  1.2 # 145 odd, 55, 59 1.3 # 155 odd (1.4 SECTION SKIPPED) 1.5 # 121 odd, 2739 odd 
Midterm 1 (in class)  Fri, Feb 13  
Homework #5  Mon, Feb 9  Mon, Feb 23  1.6 # 149 odd 2.1 # 135 odd, 4351 odd 2.2 # 121 odd, 3139 odd 
Homework #6  Mon, Feb 23  Mon, Mar 2  2.3 # 131 odd 2.4 # 133 odd, 41, 45, 47 (2.5 # SECTION SKIPPED) 2.6 # 139 odd, 47 odd Problems2_6.pdf 
Homework #7  Mon, Mar 2  Mon, Mar 9  3.1 # 133 odd, 37, 45 3.2 # 141 odd, 45, 49 odd 3.3 # 117 odd, 2341 odd, 51 
Midterm 2 (in class)  Fri, Mar 13  
Homework #8  Mon, Mar 9  Mon, Mar 23  3.4 # 121 odd, 2535 odd, 4147 odd, 53, 55, 61 
Homework #9  Mon, Mar 23  Mon, Mar 30  4.1 # 129 odd 4.2 # 131 odd 5.1 # 121 odd, 2941 odd 
Homework #10  Mon, Mar 30  Mon, Apr 6  5.2 # 139 odd, 43, 5365 odd 5.3 # 177 odd, 81, 85, 87, 93, 95 
Homework #11  Mon, Apr 6  Mon, Apr 13  6.1 # 149 odd 6.2 # 143 odd, 4763 odd 
Midterm 3 (in class)  Wed, Apr 15  
Homework #12  Mon, Apr 13  Mon, Apr 27  6.3 # 135 odd 6.4 # 143 odd 6.5 # 133 odd 
Final Exam  Tue, May 5  3:305:30pm Social & Behav. Sci Auditorium (Beh S Aud) Review Exercises Review Key Last Semester's Final 
The ASUU Tutoring Center (330 SSB) also offers inexpensive private tutoring.
A list of tutors is available at the Math Department office (JWB233).
Grading Scale: Although I'm not philosophically opposed to curving
grades, I find it's rarely necessary. The grade scale will be the usual:
A (93100), A (9092), B+ (8789), B (8386), B (8082), C+ (7779),
C (7376), C (7072), D+ (6769), D (6366), D (6062), E (059).
If I do need to curve the grades, I will simply shift everything down
by a few points (whatever is necessary).
Other Policies: Due to experience, I have decided to make some
additional policies regarding my classroom administration and grading.