# MAT 1475 Calculus 1, Spring 2020, Ghezzi

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Laura Ghezzi
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Dear All,

1) From the syllabus, the class grade is computed as follows:

(Exam1)*(.20)+(Exam2)*(.20)+(Exam3)*(.20)+(Final)*(.25)+(Homework)*(.15).

Example of grade computation: Suppose you got 80 in Exam 1, 58 in Exam 2, 73 in Exam 3, 65 in the Final Exam, 90 in WeBWorK. Then 80*(.20)+58*(.20)+73*(.20)+65*(.25)+90*(.15)= 71.95 and your semester grade is C.

2) From CUNY:

A faculty member does NOT award a CR/NC grade to the student, nor are students required to inform their professors that they are opting for CR/NC prior to the end of the semester, unless seeking guidance on the implications of the grading option for program or professional considerations. CR/NC is a choice students make in CUNYfirst AFTER they have seen the letter grades that they have earned. Students have up to 20 business days after the University’s final grade submission deadline to make this irreversible decision.