Math 309 Numerical Analysis II, Spring 2011
Section 1 4:15 - 5:30pm MW Sci 131
Instructor: Prof. Zhonggang Zeng, Office: Sci 218D Phone ext: 5763
Web site: http://www.neiu.edu/~zzeng
Office hours: Monday & Wednesday: 1:00-3:00 pm
or by appointment via email, No appointment needed during regular office hours.
Prereq: Math 304 with grade A, B, or C
Textbook: Course material/notes will be available for download
Computer A portable computer, such as laptop and netbook, is required.
SOFTWARE Maple is the official software. Student edition of Maple 14
can be purchased online from www.maplesoft.com using the
promotion code AP14600-5C408
Homework Homework will be assigned and collected weekly.
Late work will not be accepted. Each assignment will be graded on
a 10-point basis. Two worst scores will be dropped.
Attendance Attending classes is very important in this course. There are
many in-class projects and practice. Your attendance may be used in
borderline cases in determining your grade. If you are absent
or late for class, it would be your responsibility to get the
notes and any other information from other students.
Exams: There will no formal exams
Method of Evaluation of performance will based on assignments and projects
Friday, March 30 is the last day to drop this course
Itis recognized that a safe university environment is a shared responsibility of faculty, staff,
and students, all of whom areexpected to familiarize themselves with and cooperate with
emergencyprocedures. Web links to Campus Safety: Emergency Procedures and Safety Information
can be found on NEIUport on the MyNEIU tab or as follows:
(a) For the Main campus: http://www.neiu.edu/~neiutemp/Emergency_Procedures/MainCampus/
(b) For El Centro(English version): http://www.neiu.edu/~neiutemp/Emergency_Procedures/ElCentro/
(c) For El Centro(Spanish version): http://www.neiu.edu/~neiutemp/Emergency_Procedures/ElCentro_Spanish/
(d) For CCICS: http://www.neiu.edu/~neiutemp/Emergency_Procedures/CCICS/
(e) For Chicago Teachers Center(CTC): http://www.neiu.edu/~neiutemp/Emergency_Procedures/CTC/
(f) University Center at Grayslake: http://ucenter.ehclients.com/pdfs/UCLC%20Emergency%20Preparedness.pdf