# Category: Resources

Getting Started, How-Tos, and so on

Hi everyone,

The answer key for the Final Exam Review Sheet is now complete (it can be found in Classroom Resources / Exam Reviews ).

Regards,
Prof. Reitz

Hi everyone,

The review sheet for the final exam has been posted under Classroom Resources / Exam Reviews.  As always, let me know in person, by email, or here on the OpenLab if you have any questions.

NOTE: The Review Sheet contains solutions to most, but not all, problems – the rest of the solutions will be added this weekend.

Regards,
Prof. Reitz

Hi everyone,

The review sheet for Exam #3, taking place on Tuesday 11/27, is posted under Classroom Resources / Exam Reviews.  As always, if you have any questions or notice any errors please let me know (by email, in person, or here on the OpenLab).

Best,
Prof. Reitz

UPDATE: The exam will cover through Sec 2.9 only.  Problem #16 on the review sheet will NOT be on the exam (although it may appear on the second exam).

The first exam will take place on Tuesday, October 2nd.  The review sheet is posted under “Classroom Resources/Exam Reviews” – it is the same as last year’s Exam #1 Review.  Please let me know if you have any questions, or to report an error.

Regards,
Prof. Reitz

Hi everyone,

I’m writing to follow up on a discussion we had in class today, regarding methods for translating conditional (“if…then”) statements from English to symbols.

We started with:

If it rained, the ground got wet.

Which we symbolized as

R -> W

Where R = “it rained” and W = “the ground got wet”.

We then got stuck on the phrase:

It rained only if the ground got wet.

The correct symbolic version of this is:

R -> W

just as it appeared in the slides, where R = “it rained” and W = “the ground got wet”, just as before.  This is counterintuitive, but true!

For a longer discussion, with some better examples, take a look at this page (otherwise, just memorize it!):

WeBWorK is accessible from on and off campus (anywhere you have access to the internet).  Your first WeBWorK assignment is due on Tuesday, September 4th, at midnight, and will cover the material from the second day of class.  Here’s what you have to do:

Assignment.  To get started , you must complete the following three steps.