Math 315, CRN 24133
Lecture: MTWF, 10:00-10:50, 116 ESL (Esslinger Hall)
Instructor: Yuan Xu, Office:
Deady 11 B, Telephone: 346-4729,
Office Hours: MTWF 1:00-1:50 or by appointment.
Abbott: Understanding Analysis.
Math 253. Math 307 is helpful (preferred).
We have met concepts such as limit, continuity, derivative and integrals
in Calculus, but they were mostly treated lightly with little justification
or proof of the theorems. In this course, we will study these concepts again
but do it right, do it with rigorousl mathematical proof.
There will be a homework assignment for each week. You can check the
assignments here. Homework will be collected each Wednesday in class
on the material of the previous week. Late homework will not be accepted.
Your lowest homework score will be dropped. It is very important to keep up
with your homework. Start it early, do not wait until the night before
you have to turn it in.
There will be two short quizzes in week 2 and week 6 (likely on Friday).
There will be two midterm exams in class on Friday of week 4 (Feb. 1) and
week 8 (March. 1). If you must miss an exam due to extraordinary circumstances,
you must get
my permission and schedule a make-up exam in advance. The final exam is
scheduled on Monday, March 18, at 10:15 in 116 ESN.
Your course grade will be based on your homework, project, midterm and final.
|Midterm Exam: ||20% x 2|
|Final Exam: ||30%|
Incomplete are only awarded in the Mathematics Department when two criteria
have been satisfied: first, a student must have a passing grade at the time
the I is assigned; secondly, some work could not be completed due to
extenuating circumstances (illness, auto accident, etc.). Under no
circumstances will an I be awarded as a substitute for a
W, D or
F/N . If you find yourself in trouble, drop the course!
If you are a student with a documented disability please meet
with me soon to discuss your needs. If you have not already
requested a notification letter from Disability Services outlining
recommended accommodations, please do so soon.
Department of Mathematics
University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403-1222.
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