Homework assignments will be posted Wednesdays , a week before they are due - you will have a weekly quiz based on the homework problems and the concepts they test, at the end of class on Wednesdays. A subset of the weekly homework problems are underlined and bold-face, and at the start of class on Wednesdays you will hand in carefully written up solutions to this subset of the homework. homeworkguidelines.pdf for written homework (thanks to Victor Camacho from a class a long time ago). Due August 29hw1.pdf Lay1.1.pdf, Lay1.2.pdf, Lay1.3.pdf Sections 1.1-1.3 of our text, for students who don't have the book yet. Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: 1.1: 33 = 1 point, w1.1ab, w1.2abcd = 1 point each. 1.2: 13 = 1 point, w1.3b = 2 points, c = 1 point 1.3: 15 = 2 points, 27ab = 1 point each, w1.4abc = 1 point each, w1.5c = 2 points. Due September 5hw2.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 1.4: 17 = 2 points, 19 = 1 point; 1.6: 7, 11 = 2 points each. non-text: w2.1abc, w2.2abcd = 1 point each; w2.4a, w2.5, w2.6 = 2 points each. Due September 12hw3.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 1.7: 27, 28, 31 = 1 point each; 1.8: 17 = 2 points; 1.9: 5, 13 = 2 points each. non-text: w3.1a = 2 points, b = 1 point; w3.2a = 2 points, b = 1 point; w3.3abc = 1 point each; w3.4ab = 1 point each. Due September 19hw4.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 2.1: 9 = 1 point, 11 = 2 points, 25 = 1 point; 2.2: 7ab = 2 points each, 21 = 1 point; 2.3 11abcd = 1/2 point each. non-text: w4.1 abcef = 1 point each; w4.2: B ^{-1 } = 2 points; w4.3 = 2 points.
Due September 26hw5.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 3.1: 9 = 2 points, 25, 29 = 1 point each; 3.2: 25 = 1 point, 27 = 2 points; 3.3: 21, 23 = 1 point each. non-text: w5.1ac = 2 points each, w5.2 = 3 points, w5.3a = 2 points, w5.4 = 2 points. Due October 17hw7.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 4.1: 3, 11, 13abc = 1 point each; 4.2: 15, 17 = 1 point each, 31 = 2 points; 4.3 1, 3, 5 = 1 point each, 21abcd = 1/2 point each. non-text: w7.1ab = 2 points each, cd = 1 point each. Due October 24hw8.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 4.4: 5 = 1 point, 27, 31a = 2 points each; 4.5: 3 = 1 point, 11 = 2 points; 4.6: 5, 9, 11 = 1 point each; 17abcd = 1/2 point each. non-text: w8.1a = 2 points, b = 1 point, c = 2 points; w8.3 = 2 points. Due October 31hw9.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 4.9: 12, 16 = 2 points each; 5.1: 31 = 2 points; 5.2: 15, 19 = 1 point each. non-text: google: 5ab = 1 point each, 7 = 2 points; w9.1abcd = 2 points each. Due November 7hw10.pdf matlabfiles Matlab scripts for extra credit problem and class demo Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 5.3: 21 = 2 points; 5.4: 1, 5, 17 = 2 points each; 5.5: 1, 7 = 2 points each. non-text: w10.1abcd = 1 point each; w10.2, w10.4 = 2 points each. Due November 14hw11.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 6.1: 11, 13 = 1 point each; 19 = 4 points, 23 = 2 points. non-text: w11.1acd = 1 point each, b = 2 points; w11.2 = 2 points; w11.3abc = 1 point each, d = 2 points. Due November 21hw12.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 6.2: 9 = 2 points; 6.3: 1, 11, 21 = 2 points each; 6.4: 7 = 2 points. non-text: w12.1ab = 2 points each; c = 1 point; w12.2a = 2 points, b = 1 point; w12.3 = 2 points. Due November 28hw13.pdf Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 6.5: 3, 7 = 2 points each; 6.6: 1, 7b = 2 points each; 6.7: extended version of 25 = 4 points. non-text: w13.2 height-weight scaling law = 8 points. (You may have handed in hard copies using any technology assist, or uploaded matlab scripts to CANVAS.) Due December 5hw14.pdf https://www.desmos.com/calculator on-line grapher that will make great plots for your Fourier series question. Matlab will also work, of course. Grading: 20 points possible, distributed as follows: Text problems: 7.1: 7, 19 = 2 points each; 7.2: 5ab = 1 point each; 16 = 2 points. non-text: w14.1a = 4 points, w14.1b = 2 points; w14.2 = 2 points, w14.3b = 3 points, w14.4a = 1 point. |