## Course overview

The links in the right menu point to important information about the operation of the course. Students are expected to be familiar with the policies and procedures described. Additional information will be posted here during the term. Students should check back periodically. Math 135 has many components, including the text, lectures, recitations, homework assignments, ## The TextbookThe textbook is ## CalculatorsMany students will find a calculator useful for homework and ## The SyllabusHere is a generic syllabus for the course. Here is a lecture-by-lecture description of the course. Each lecturer will prepare a detailed syllabus for their lecture section. The lecturer's syllabus is the official one for that class. Term grades are assigned by the lecturer. Here are the suggested homework problems for each section of the text covered in the course. Individual lecturers may modify this list. Students are expected to work on homework problems before coming to recitations. Recitations give students an opportunity to ask questions and to see sample problems worked in detail. Students will not benefit fully from recitation classes unless they attempt the assigned problems in advance. Normally, at the end of each recitation class there will be a short quiz consisting of one problem similar to those discussed that day. Quiz scores are a signficant component of the term grade. ## WebAssign
At the end of the semester, the system provides the instructor with a score for each student. This score is based on the number of problems the student eventually got right, not on the number of attempts made. The Students are required to use Each student will be able to either create an account, or use an existing account after accessing Here is a Student Quick Start guide for students to get onto ## ExamsThere will be two hour exams and a cumulative final exam. Hour exams will be written by the lecturer and given in lecture. The final exam will be the same for all Math 135 students. It will be written by the course coordinator. For Spring 2017, the final exam will be given from 4:00-7:00 pm on Thursday, May 4. The location of the final exam will be announced later in the term. No calculator or computer will be permitted on exams. ## Other mattersLecturers and recitation instructors will hold regular office hours each week. Students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to ask questions and to get to know their teachers. The Rutgers Learning Centers offer tutoring in many mathematics classes, including Math 135. The tutoring is provided by undergraduate peer tutors. The Math & Science Learning Center holds review sessions for math 135. |