Welcome to the home page for
Math 111.01/02, Fall 1998
Applied Mathematical Analysis I
Final Exam: Wednesday, December 16, from 7 to 10
pm, in Biological Sciences Building, Room 130.
Please choose an item from the following list.
Guide to Writing in Mathematics Classes
by Annalisa Crannell, Franklin and Marshall College
Checklist for Writing Assignments
(adapted from a similar checklist by Annalisa Crannell)
Guidelines for ... Group Work in Mathematics
by Anne E. Brown, Indiana University South Bend
Lab link: CCP
Engineering Math Modules
Announcements (Check e-mail daily for announcements. The ones that remain
important over time will be posted here as well.)
Final Exam: Wednesday, December 16, from 7 to 10 pm, in Biological Sciences
Building, Room 130.
To share your lab work outside the lab, mail it as an attachment to
yourself and to your partner. That way you can work on it on any machine
that has Maple from either of your acpub accounts. Each time you work on
it, be sure to mail it again to your partner. Needless to say, you should
avoid working on both copies at the same time.
To submit your lab work, first be sure both names are in the
file, near the top, where they are easily found. Then mail the final
version of your file to your instructor, as well as to your partner (copy
yourself, if you wish). Your instructor will use a Reply To All to send it
back, so the comments and grades will go to both partners. In particular,
if both your Math 111 address and your acpub address are on the submitted
file, the graded file will go both places.
If your mailer translates a Maple attachment into a jumble
of text characters, copy this entire text into a text processor and save
it with a name that ends with .mws to make it a Maple work sheet. Delete
everything that precedes the Maple version number, and save again. Then open
it with Maple.
To change your password, open the command tool on your screen, and
enter the command yppasswd. You will be prompted to enter your current
password and the new one you want to change to. Since the initial passwords
are hard to remember, it is recommended that you change to something you
can easily remember -- but that is not obvious to anyone else.
To see bigger type in Netscape, use Options/General preferences/Fonts.
Change the proportional font to Helvetica (Adobe), and then reset the size
as you wish.
Suggestion: When you are logged in at the lab, point Netscape to this page,
and bookmark it for easy access from your Math 111 account. Similarly,
you might want to bookmark both this page and the lab home page,
in the browser you use from your acpub account.
David A. Smith
Last modified: December 7, 1998