104 (Sec. 1-8)
Due There are no
(lecture or lab) classes on Fridays.
However, there are in-person tests four times the semester, at
the same hour as the regular class, but on Fridays.
Those students who do not pass (or do not try) this test will be
offered a re-take by the price of lost partial credit.
- First Test: Feb. 10, Friday. A one hour
- Second Test: March 3, Friday. A
one hour test.
- Third Test: April 14, Friday. A
one hour test.
- Comprehensive Final Exam:
a two-hour test in-person. The final cannot be
rescheduled without the Dean's prior approval. The
times are May 8, Monday, 4:00-6:00 for sections 1-2-3-4 and
May 11, Thursday, 4:00-6:00, for sections 5-6-7-8.
- One pass or fail test
of basic questions. March 24, Friday. A one hour test. The passing level
is 90%. The solutions are available now. (This file is in PDF format.)
Anyone who does not pass
the pass/fail test will fail the course!
The tests are multiple choice. Only the textbook
may be used during tests, no internet use.
Students are responsible to inform the instructor of any conflicts
as soon as possible so that a resolution can be found in time.
will normally count as zero. If you absolutely have to miss a
test, you need to (1) inform the instructor at the earliest
time possible, (2) provide documentation why it is impossible
for you to take the test. Do not expect any leniency regarding
first three tests contain about 40-60 multiple choice
There is an equal number of questions on
each of the following, only on the material covered
since the last test:
- Questions are taken from the quizzes,
scrambled, with minor changes in the language
- Questions are taken
from the reading assignments
that refer to what is on the posted slides (used in
- Questions that refer
to what was explained, orally, in class.
The final contains multiple choice
- There is an equal number of questions on
each of the following, on all the semester's