Exam II (in class) will take place on M 4/15 for MW section and T 4/16 for TTh section. Exam will begin promptly on the first hour and finish 40 minutes past the second hour. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early so that seating can be resolved and exam material distributed prior to the exam’s commencement. A revised examII_practice has been created. The actual exam will be similar. The methods needed will be quite close if not virtually identical but the applications/problems will be different. I have set up a forum for each question. For your openlab participation points, I suggest that you submit or at least comment on one problem or part. Since there are over 40 of you still taking the course, please do not be greedy. Give all students a chance to submit part of a solution (let’s say by 4/10). After 4/10, you are welcome to submit as many entries as you want.
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