Installing Maple on your Windows PC, courtesy of Tommy Ratliff
Grade Calculator--if you have a record of all your scores, you can calculate what percentage of the possible points you have at any time during the semester!
Note: Of the problems listed below, you are only required to turn in those which are in bold print. This is to keep the grading timely and under control. You are responsible for all of the problems, and I strongly recommend that you use the same standards of excellence in presentation for those you are not turning in as for those you are turning in. This is because (1) rewriting your homework and having it be extremely well-organized and-explained helps organize and cement the ideas in your mind, and (2) your homework will be a much better study tool if it's well-explained and easy to read.
The text , and the problems, are written to encourage you to think and to apply ideas, rather than simply to follow examples. That means that most problems will be different from any examples done in class or in the book. If you don't know where you're going, start writing down what the new (and old) terms mean, rewrite the question a couple of ways, and see if that gives you any ideas.
Your solutions should go beyond anything you might see in a solution manual.
Due in May