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Professor Richard Porter's

SPRING 2017

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251 day 30
251 day 29
No day 28
251 day 27
251 day 26
251 day 25
251 day 24
251 day 23
251 day 22
251 midterm review
251 day 20
251 day 19
251 day 18
251 day 17
251 day 16
251 day 15
251 day 14
251 day 13
251 day 12
251 day 11
251 day 10
251 day 9
251 day 8
251 day 7
251 day 6
251 day 5
251 day 4
251 day 3
251 day 2
251 day 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Class Notes: (Fall 2015)

day 30
day 29
day 28
day 27
day 26
day 25
day 24
day 23
day 22
Day 21
MIDTERM
day 19
day 18
day 17
day 16
day 15
day 14
day 13
day 12
day 11
day 10
day 9
day 8
day 7
day 6
day 5
day 4
day 3
day 2
day 1


 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

FINAL EXAM: NEXT TUESDAY MAY 9th 6-9PM in BS320

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FINAL EXAM: 6-9PM in BS320

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Notes:

Homeworks are all due by the test date.

Quizzes are all due by the test dates

Practice Tests are due by the test dates

Lit Searches follow the general rubric:

1. Abstract page and the page where the specific property/language occurs.

2. The article must be current (after 2012) for full credit, or mostly current (after 2007) for half credit.

3. The article must be relevant to your field in some way. Not just a math article.

4. The student should explain what the property/language is describing.

5. Lit searches are due by the exam dates

 

 

FINAL EXAM in BS317 from 6 to 9 PM on Tuesday May 9th

Some formulas I am considering for your exam....but don't count on them. I will provide most formulas needed. If you can ask for it by name, i'll provide it.

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Getting Help:
There are a lot of resources for this course. 
Did you try the tutoring center at Mercer?
DDid you try the wolframalpha software on line?
How about talking to the instructor?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professor Richard Porter

Office: LA129
E-Mail: porterr@mccc.edu
Webpage: www.mccc.edu/~porterr


Mailing Address: P.O. Box B, Trenton, NJ 08690
(609) 570-3826 (e-mail preferred)

West Windsor Campus (WWC)
1200 Old Trenton Road, Trenton, NJ 08550

James Kerney Campus (JKC)
N. Broad & Academy Sts., Trenton, NJ 08608

 

 


 

 

 

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Past Homework:

Exam Banks

12/9: Project Due .Project worksheet (Due12/9)

..............Actual Test 3 bonus questions: e3 pt1

FORMULA SHEET FOR MIDTRM EXAM:

251MidtermPage1 251MidtermPage2

Practice Midterm Due on Tuesday 10/28 251 midterm practic

Exam 1 Due Thursday 9/25: Test #1 click here

Do practrice test #1: practice ex. 1 answers on Day 9

Read Syllabus MAT 251 syllabus for this course, click on MAT 251

Go to CONNECT and login or register for free trial. If you want access to ebook, be sure to get Connect Plus.

Future Homework:

Literature Search on

VECTORS

Literature Search on

PARTIAL DERIVATIVES

Literature Search on

MULTIPLE INTEGRALS

1. You must submit the abstract page and the page defining the vector.

2. The article must be current (after 2010), or mostly current (after 2002)

3. The article must be relevant to your field in some way. Tell me why you care.

4. The student should explain what the vector represents in the article.

5. This is Due when we complee vectors..

1. You must submit the abstract page and the page where the derivative occurs..

2. The article must be current (after 2008) for full credit, or mostly current (after 2000) for half credit.

3. The article must be relevant to your field in some way. Not just a math article.

4. The student should explain what the derivative measuring. Be sure to mention what the rate represents in the article and what the article is about.

5. This is Due around October 30st.

1. You must submit the abstract page and the page where the derivative occurs..

2. The article must be current (after 2008) for full credit, or mostly current (after 2000) for half credit.

3. The article must be relevant to your field in some way. Not just a math article.

4. The student should explain what the integral ismeasuring. Be sure to mention what the rate represents in the article and what the article is about.

5. This is Due before December 2nd.

Last sections Pick three of each. 251hw27to36 and 251hw49to56

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