- Final exam breakdown:
- Calculus (Chapters 28 and 29): 26 marks
- Differential Equations (Chapter 30): 21 marks
- Statistics: 33 marks

There will be 19 questions for a total of 80 points.
- I have posted Susie's "Final Exam Review", my "Practice for Sections 8 to 10",
and the final exam formula sheet/tables
to the Tests page.
- Fun link of the week:
Pie Chart Hall of Fame

- I have posted Susie's full solutions to the exercises in the Statistics Course Pack.
You can find them on the Textbook page.
- Due date:
**Test 3: on Friday, April 6**.

The test will cover Statistics sections 1 to 7, inclusive.
Please note that there is a formula sheet for this test,
which is posted on the Tests page.
- Fun link of the week:
xkcd: The Difference Between a Normal Person and a Scientist

- Due date:
**Test 2: on **~~Friday, March 9~~** Monday, March 12**.

The test will cover Chapter 31. To see which sections we've covered,
please check out the Recommended Problems sheet on the
Homework page.
The formula sheet for this test has been posted to the
Tests page.
- Fun link of the week:
Did I Miss Anything

- Due date:
**Test 1: on Friday, Feb 2.**

The test will cover all sections covered in Chapters 28 and 29. To see which sections we've covered,
please check out the Recommended Problems sheet on the
Homework page.
Please note that
there is a formula sheet for this test, which is posted on the
Tests page.
- Fun link of the week:
Logarithmic Gears

- The Recommended Problems have been posted to the
Homework page.
- The Textbook page has been updated with the corrections to the 10th edition.
- The course outline and a spreadsheet of the timetable we will be following have been posted to the
About page. Also, the Student Guidelines for Academic Integrity
handout has been posted to that same page.
- Fun link of the week:
How to be a Successful Evil Overlord