|Name:||Heide G. Luerssen||Email:||email@example.com|
|Office:||Room 751 in Patterson Office Tower||Phone:||257-6796|
|Office hours:||MWF 11:00-12 noon. You may also consult me via email.||Homepage:||http://www.ms.uky.edu/~heidegl|
Classes meet MWF 10:00 - 10:50 am in CP 155.
Our class consists of six sections for recitations.
|5||TR 12:30-1:45||MMRB 112||Marie Meyerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||TR 8:00-9:15||CB 339||Rachel Petrikemail@example.com|
|7||TR 8:00-9:15||CB 241||Marie Meyerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|8||TR 8:00-9:15||CB 217||Ben Brodieemail@example.com|
|9||TR 2:00-3:15||CP 211||Ben Brodiefirstname.lastname@example.org|
(see also the section on Grading on the the common web page)
|The 100 points for WW, quizzes, and attendance are computed as follows:|
Your grade will be based on the number of points you earned according to the following scheme:
See the common syllabus for the rules concerning MA 194. Consider MA 194 as a purely technical construction. All credit (detailed in the grading section on the common web page) goes toward your grade for MA 114, and the pass/fail grade of MA 194 is solely based on attendance as explained in the common syllabus.
I will take classroom attendance about 20 times randomly throughout the semester. The teaching assistants will take attendance for recitations every time (see policy for MA 194). Your attendance score for your MA 114 grade will be based on the percentage of lectures you attend. See the sections on Grading and on Policies on the common web page. For attendance I expect you to be on time in class, stay until dismissed and work on the assigned task.
The best way to get in touch with me is by email. Do not send emails in text message format! A proper email has the following ingredients:
If you need help with the course, contact me as soon as possible. Do not wait with seeking help. It is very hard to catch up in a Math course after falling behind. I am happy to help you, but you need to let me know that you need help. See also the section Study Advice and Getting Help in the common syllabus.
Direction Fields (w/o equations)
Parametric Curve with Self-Intersection
Spiral Parametric Curve
Parametric Curve with Loop
Cardioid (polar coordinates)
Three-leafed curve (polar coordinates)