Math 3160 § 1 Complex Variables for Engineers Spring 2006
T, Th 10:45 - 11:35 JWB 333
Instructor: A. Treibergs
Homework Reader: Hwan Yong Lee
FINAL EXAM The final exam will be held in class, Friday, Apr. 28, from 10:30 AM - 12:30 as prescribed in the University final schedule. It will consist of two parts. The first half will be like a midterm exam over the material from sections §51-§56, §61-§69 and §71-§73 of the text. The second half will be a comprehensive exam over the whole semester. Students are allowed to bring a single 8"×11.5" sheet of paper of notes, a "cheat-sheet."
Otherwise the exam will be closed book, and no other notes, paper or electronic, will be allowed. Calculators are permissible but unnecessary.
Weekly Problem Sessions
We shall hold weekly problem sessions on Mondays, 10:45-11:35am and on Wednesdays, 2:00-2:50pm in LCB 222. These meetings are optional and not required for the course. No new material will be presented. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and present solutions about the homework and upcoming exams. Students may attend none, one or both problem sessions.
Homework listed for Thursday and Tuesday is due the following
Thursday. Homework may be handed in up until Friday afternoon when the
grader goes home, which is about 6:00 pm. LATE HOMEWORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
AFTER THAT TIME.
Free tutoring is available in the Rushing Mathematics Center. Details can be found at
It will open 8:00AM-8:00PM M-Th and 8:00AM-6:00pm F once the semester is underway. All of the tutors should be able to assist
you with complex variables.
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