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3/18 Maternity Leave:  Lloyd Simons will be teaching your class from now on.  Everything else stays the same---the time, the syllabus, the labs, etc. Click here for baby pix...

It is important to collect accurate information about any computer problems related to this class.  If you encounter any difficulties with the web-site or any course related software, please send me an email note detailing:

1.  The time and date

2.  What computer you were using (at least which lab, but better if you can identify the computer).

3.  What account you were using (were you logged on as yourself or as someone else).

4. What software you were using.

5.  Exactly what messed up.  Paste a copy of error messages into a word document using control-print screen, and send me the document if possible.  Send me a copy of the file you were using when the problem occurred.  The more info, the better....

Thank you very much.  Your data will make trouble-shooting much, much easier!

2/24 Grades are posted by ID # on the bulletin board outside my office.  Please check for accuracy, and see me if you have any questions.
2/10 I broke the maple demos for 12.1b into several smaller demos and reposted them.  Please try again.  You will want to look at these before doing the homework.  Let me know ASAP if you have any trouble looking at them.
2/9 WB01703_1.gif (578 bytes) Happy Valentine's Day!
1/28 Click Here for info on how to be notified automatically of any new changes to this website (how to subscribe to the site).
1/28 I have re-posted the inclass Maple examples (fixed 11.7 #49 and added some commentary so you can see what is going on).  Please let me know about any downloading difficulties.
1/27 Click here for an interesting summer workshop studying mathematics in the life sciences and medicine
1/26 There is a lab date error (now corrected on the 1st day Handout).   The first lab should be 2/7 and NOT 2/10.  Sorry about this....
1/26 The in-class maple demonstrations can be found under the "homework" link abaove.
1/26 To use the Maple files:  Netscape--click on the file, and a dialogue box will ask you what you want to do. Internet Explorer--right click on the file, and select "save target as".  In both cases, save the file to your choice of directory, then get into Maple and open the file once you are there.


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