Announcements | General Information | Important Dates | Test Information | Help Room | FAQ | Lecture Slides | Links
Sunday, December 18: Final grades are now available. The "Final Semester Score" on MyMathLab includes everything -- homework (15%), three tests (15% each), final exam (40%), the improvement bonus, and the extra credit assignment. Official grades will be available on KYou either tomorrow or Tuesday.
Friday, December 16: I have just posted the scores on the final exam on MyMathLab. I decided to discard seven of the lowest-scoring problems and gave everyone an additional 20-point bonus (out of 400). The mean was 78.1%.
The "Overall Score" is your total for the semester. If this is at least 900, 800, 700, or 600 points, you have earned at least an A, B, C or D respectively.
We are still grading extra-credit assignments, so grades are not posted yet. Our priority is to grade the assignments submitted by students who are close to a grade line.
For all questions, send e-mail to
KU course number: 13988
Meeting times: MWF, 3:00-3:50 PM, Budig 120
Instructor: Prof. Jeremy Martin
Office hours (Snow 623): Tuesdays, 9:00-11:00 AM, or by appointment
Teaching assistants: Khoa Le (graduate assistant), Emily Cheng, Ganchimeg Ganpurev, Brock Mark, Tyrone Polleri, Brendan Stevens
Help Room (Snow 151): Open 10-5 weekdays, except during Prof. Martin's office hours (10-11 Tuesday) and lecture (3-4 MWF). Here is the complete schedule.
Course Prerequisites: MATH 101 or MATH 104, or two years of high school algebra and a score of 26 or higher on ACT mathematics, or a qualifying score on the mathematics placement test.
Textbook: Excursions in Mathematics, University of Kansas custom edition, by Peter Tannenbaum. Available at KU Bookstore. (The custom edition is unbound; you may need to supply a small 3-ring binder.)
Homework is due every Wednesday at 11:59 PM, starting August 24. All assignments are online at MyMathLab.
The MyMathLab course ID is martin72146. The course packet includes an access code to MyMathLab, so you do not need to pay again when you register.
Usage: These slides are only for the use of KU students enrolled in Math 105, and may not be reposted to any part of the Internet without the instructor's consent.
Disclaimer: The slides include several images from, and links to, external websites. These are included for purely educational purposes and should not be construed as endorsement (or lack thereof) of any material on those external sites.