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Summer 2014 Mathematics Course Home Pages

 

Some mathematics courses have homepages, which allow students to get the syllabus, keep up with the course calendar, and check on assignments. This is a list of some of the homepages for classes being taught this semester. Such courses include:

 

  • Math 104: Introduction to Probability and Matrices, Diana Hay
  • Math 105: Introduction to Mathematical Ideas, Shanise Walker

  • Math 140 A: College Algebra, Calvin Hotchkiss
  • Math 140 B: College Algebra, Chassidy Bozeman
  • Math 140 C: College Algebra, Ryan Johnson
  • Math 140 XW: College Algebra, Stefanie Wang

  • Math 142 A: Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, Kubilay Dagtoros
  • Math 142 B: Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, Leoncio Rodriguez
  • Math 142 C: Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, Aaron Rodriguez
  • Math 142 XW: Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, Stefanie Wang
  • Math 142 WWW: Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, Stefanie Wang

  • Math 150 A: Discrete Math for Business & Social Sciences, Volodymyr Sukhinin
  • Math 150 B: Discrete Math for Business & Social Sciences, Maria Fisher

  • Math 151 A: Business & Social Sciences Calculus, Zhanar Berikkyzy
  • Math 151 B: Business & Social Sciences Calculus, Michael Munywoki

  • Math 165 A: Calculus I, James Cliber
  • Math 165 B: Calculus I, Jeremy Bohrer
  • Math 165 C: Calculus I, Kevin Palmowski

  • Math 166 A: Calculus II, Paul Barloon
  • Math 166 B: Calculus II, Jeremiah Goertz
  • Math 166 C: Calculus II, Kristin Heysse
  • Math 207: Matrices and Linear Algebra, Elijah Stines
  • Math 265 A: Calculus III, James Wilson
  • Math 265 B: Calculus III, Man Basnet
  • Math 266 A: Elementary Differential Equations, Miriam Castillo-Gil
  • Math 266 B: Elementary Differential Equations, Steven Noren
  • Math 266 C: Elementary Differential Equations, Paul Tokorcheck
  • Math 267 A: Differential Equations and Transforms, Miriam Castillo-Gil
  • Math 267 B: Differential Equations and Transforms, Steven Noren
  • Math 267 C: Differential Equations and Transforms, Paul Tokorcheck
  • Math 414 Analysis I, Kristopher Lee
  • Math 492 B (Algebra): Undergraduate Seminar, Jiali Li
  • Math 492 C (Num Analysis): Undergraduate Seminar, Kathleen Nowak
  • Math 492 D (Analysis): Undergraduate Seminar, John Herr
  • Math 492 R (Applied Math): Undergraduate Seminar, Chi-Jen Wang
  • Math 501: Intro to Real Analysis , Alexander Roitershtein
  • Math 540A: Semester on Assessment, Alejandro Andreotti

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