Spring

2016

2016

## Email Archive

This is an archive of all email messages sent to the entire class.

Elementary Probability and Statistics

Spring

2016

2016

This is an archive of all email messages sent to the entire class.

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11 Final Grades Date: June 13, 2016 at 11:13:21 AM PDT Dear Math 11 Students, The graded Final Exams are available on Gradescope. (Solutions to the Final Exam are posted to TritonEd in the "Content" area.) Regrade requests will be handled using the Gradescope regrade request system. The system will be active from Friday, June 17 until Monday, June 20 and any changes will be implemented on the 24th. Regrades will only be considered when a mistake in grading has taken place. Requests to change the grading rubric will not be considered. Letter Grades have been posted to the TritonEd Grade Center. The "Math 11 Total" score (out of 100 points) has been computed according to the grading method outlined in the class syllabus (http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/syllabus.html). Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11 Final Exam Date: June 8, 2016 at 11:35:43 AM PDT Dear Math 11 Students, The Math 11 Final Exam is Friday, June 10 at 8:00 - 11:00 A.M. The Final Exam covers all topics discussed in the course (including those from the reading). Please see the course Homework webpage for more information about topics covered: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/homework.html Exam information is posted here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/exams.html Seat assignments for the final exam are available in the TritonEd Grade Center. The exam will be held in two rooms: Warren Lecture Hall 2001 (WLH_2001) Center Hall 109 (CNTR_109) Your Final Exam location is listed under "Exam Room". Your seat is listed under "Exam Seat". Your seat assignment will look different depending on what building you are in: WLH means Warren Lecture Hall 2001 (WLH 2001) CTR means Center Hall 109 (CNTR 109) Therefore, WLH_E-16 means you are in WLH 2001 in seat E-16 CTR_F-03 means you are in CENTR 109 in seat F-03 Your "Exam Seat" will have the form XXX_Y-ZZ. If you are not seeing the whole thing because you are on a mobile device, please log into TritonEd using a desktop to view the entire seat assignment. Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11 Final Exam Assigned Seating Date: May 27, 2016 at 5:41:34 PM PDT Seat assignments for the final exam are available in the TritonEd Grade Center. The exam will be held in two rooms: Warren Lecture Hall 2001 (WLH_2001) Center Hall 109 (CNTR_109) Your Final Exam location is listed under "Exam Room". Your seat is listed under "Exam Seat". Your seat assignment will look different depending on what building you are in: WLH means Warren Lecture Hall 2001 (WLH 2001) CTR means Center Hall 109 (CNTR 109) Therefore, WLH_E-16 means you are in WLH 2001 in seat E-16 CTR_F-03 means you are in CENTR 109 in seat F-03 Your "Exam Seat" will have the form XXX_Y-ZZ. If you are not seeing the whole thing because you are on a mobile device, please log into TritonEd using a desktop to view the entire seat assignment.

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11 Exam 2 Date: May 11, 2016 at 7:14:18 AM PDT Dear Math 11 Students, Our second exam is next Friday (May 20) in class. You can find information about the exam (including topics) on the class website: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/exams.html Each student has been given an assigned seat. This seat assignment is posted in the TritonEd Grade Center. Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Professor Office Hours Date: April 28, 2016 at 11:06:28 AM PDT Dear Class, My office hours are being moved to AP&M 5218 (the seminar room opposite my office, AP&M 5230). This move has necessitated a slight change the office hour times. They will now be: **Mon 2:30 - 3:20 pm (starting half an hour later than previously) **Tue 9:00 - 10:50 am **Wed 2:00 - 2:50 pm (The slight change in time was necessary to fit with the room schedule.) My office hour schedule can be checked here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/office_hours.html Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11 Exam 1 Date: April 19, 2016 at 7:44:04 PM PDT Dear Math 11 Students, Our first exam is this Friday (April 22nd) in class. You can find information about the exam (including topics) on the class website: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/exams.html Each student has been given an assigned seat. This seat assignment is posted in the TritonEd Grade Center. The cover page of the exam is posted to TritonEd (in the Content area). Make sure you are familiar with the instructions. Also, be aware of Question Zero, which is worth TWO points. Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11: Week 1 Announcements Date: March 29, 2016 at 4:41:03 PM PDT Dear Math 11 Students, LECTURE NOTES Slides for Lecture 2 are posted in TritonEd. Go to "Content" and open the "Lecture Slides" directory to find them. LAB INFORMATION The first lab is due FRIDAY. Everything you need to know about the labs is posted here: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~math11l/S16.html HOMEWORK INFORMATION The first homework assignments are due Wednesday, April 6. You can find information about the homework assignments on the course webpage: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/homework.html The textbook homework is due at 5:00 pm and must be submitted using your TA's homework dropbox in the basement of AP&M. Check for the box labeled "Math 11" that has your TA's name on it. Remember, there are only 4 problems that need to be turned in. The four are specified on the class webpage at the URL above in the "Turn in" box. The online homework is due at 11:00 pm. There are THREE online assignments that you have to do: 1) Syllabus Quiz 2) Homework Zero 3) Homework 1 The Syllabus Quiz is on the syllabus. (Surprise!) You have ONE attempt on each question, but you may have the syllabus open while you take the quiz. Homework Zero is an assignment created by Pearson to help you learn to use MyStatLab. It is worth 12 points towards your online homework score, but you have an unlimited number of attempts. DON'T HAVE YOUR CODE YET??? Good news! MyStatLab has a 14-day grace period. If you start the registration process, it will take you to a screen where it asks you to “Select an Option”. The main options are “Use an Access Code” and “Use a Credit Card or PayPal”, but under those, there is a third option that says: "Waiting for financial aid? Get temporary access without payment for 14 days.” Click on that one to activate the grace period. Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers

Subject: MATH 11 - Bowers [SP16]: Math 11 Course Information Date: March 27, 2016 6:54:21 PM PDT Dear Math 11 Students, You are receiving this email because you are currently registered for Math 11 during Spring Quarter 2016. You can find information about the course, including a course calendar and syllabus, on the class webpage: http://math.ucsd.edu/~abowers/11/index.html DISCUSSION SECTIONS WILL MEET DURING WEEK 1 (on Tuesday). We will discuss the course in detail tomorrow, on the first day of classes, but please be aware that Lab 1 is due THIS FRIDAY. Sincerely, Ol' Doc Bowers