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MATH110 Elementary Mathematical Models Spring 2009
Welcome to MATH 110!

## Course Information

 Instructor Changhui Tan Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday. 2pm~2:50pm, at MTH (Mathematics Building) 0105. Office Hour Monday, Wednesday, Friday, after class. 3pm~3:45pm at MATH0105. Textbook Waner and Costenoble, Finite Mathematics. [WEBSITE OF THE BOOK] "Student Solutions Manual for Finite Mathematics" is recommended.

## Latest Announcement

 May. 14 Good luck in the exam!! May. 8 I will be in my office CSS4326 at Saturday 7pm~9pm. May. 5 The final exams will be held on May. 14, 1:30~3:30, at BPS(Biology-Psychology Building) 0283. Please come 15 minutes earlier. Mar. 23 Office hours has been changed to MWF after the lecture. No more office hours on TTh. Feb. 15 Additional office hour is offered from 3pm to 4pm on Monday after the review session. Jan. 31 You can CLICK HERE to see the syllabus of the course. Jan. 27 The room for the lecture has been changed to MTH 0105. Jan. 23 Welcome to MATH 110 Elementary Mathematical Models.

## Quiz Information

 There will be 7 quizzes this semester, and the lowest one will be dropped. All quizzes can be downloaded after you have done them. Answers are not included. If you have questions about the quiz, please contact to the instructor. Download quizzes here: [Quiz 1] [Quiz 2] [Quiz 3] [Quiz 4] [Quiz 5] [Quiz 6] [Quiz 7]

## Exam Information

 We have 3 hourly exams during the semester and a final exam. You can find the former test and exams at Math Department Test Bank. Trying to do some former test before the exam will be hopeful. Solution of Test 1 Spring 2008. [Page 1] [Page 2] [Page 3] [Page 4] Solution of Test 2 Spring 2008. [Page 1] [Page 2] [Page 3] [Page 4] Correction of Sol. of Test 2: Q1. Constraint "2y>=x" --> "y>=2x" Q4. I draw "y=-7", should draw "y=7" The final exams will be held on May. 14, 1:30~3:30, at BPS(Biology-Psychology Building) 0283. Please come 15 minutes earlier.

 3 hours exams (100 points each) = 300 pts. Quizzes (1 low quiz score dropped) = 60 pts. Projects (15 points each) = 30 pts. Homework and/or Worksheets = 20 pts. Final Examination = 150 pts.
 The total points should be 560. Your final score should be devided by 5.6. We do not curve your scores.