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Quiz-1 / Readme before posting
« on: September 23, 2018, 12:41:16 PM »
Post solutions to Quiz-1 here, not earlier than Friday, September 28, 18:00, only as responses to topics I create.

You may post solutions to one problem only (not necessarily from your TUT section), but then you may discuss solutions to all of them.

No posts after a "perfect solution" (no errors, properly typed) is posted. You may post scans of the solutions  (see  how to scan using smartphone), but not photos. Still typed solutions are preferred.

If somebody posted a solution, do not post another one "I got a different answer!" unless you point to the flaw in the already posted solution.

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Quiz-1 / Readme before posting
« on: September 23, 2018, 08:01:40 AM »
Post solutions to Quiz-1 here, not earlier than Friday, September 28, 18:00, only as responses to topics I create.

You may post solutions to one problem only (not necessarily from your TUT section), but then you may discuss solutions to all of them.

No posts after a "perfect solution" (no errors, properly typed) is posted. You may post scans of the solutions  (see  how to scan using smartphone), but not photos. Still typed solutions are preferred.

If somebody posted a solution, do not post another one "I got a different answer!" unless you point to the flaw in the already posted solution.

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MAT334--Announcements / Term Test 1 arrangement
« on: September 22, 2018, 02:53:06 PM »
* Please select  Option 1 if you do not have a conflict

* If Option 1 does not work for you (you have a conflict), but Option 2 works, select it

* If both Options 1, 2 do not work for you (you have a conflict), but Option 3 works, select it

* If Options 1, 2, 3 do not work for you (you have a conflict), but Option 4 works, select it

* If none of the Options work, then email me (ivrii@math.toronto.edu) indicating: that none of the above options work and what other options would work: (like 9:00-11:00 morning and so on).

Do not email me if any of the options offered works for you.

Please make Subject of email: MAT334-TT1

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MAT244--Announcements / Term Test 1 arrangement
« on: September 22, 2018, 01:17:32 PM »
* Please select  Option 1 if you do not have a conflict

* If Option 1 does not work for you (you have a conflict), but Option 2 works, select it

* If both Options 1, 2 do not work for you (you have a conflict), but Option 3 works, select it

* If Options 1, 2, 3 do not work for you (you have a conflict), but Option 4 works, select it

* If none of the Options work, then email me (ivrii@math.toronto.edu) indicating: that none of the above options work and what other options would work: (like 9:00-11:00 morning and so on).

Do not email me if any of the options offered works for you.

Please make Subject of email: MAT244-TT1

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MAT334--Announcements / Extra tutorial
« on: September 11, 2018, 11:09:50 AM »
We are trying to arrange a new tutorial section and eventually reduce size and combine TUT0201  and TUT0202 in one section.
We also are trying to slightly increase the size of sections to 55.

If you do not have TUT section at all, please indicate all time slots which  work for you
If you have   TUT section but would like to change it to one of the suggested, please indicate all time slots which work for you
Please vote ASAP


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MAT334--Announcements / Now I know who can read and who cannot
« on: September 09, 2018, 09:14:42 AM »
Those with screen names like Joe Generic can, and the rest probably has some comprehension problems: from mild Joe_Generic to severe JOE or generic to completely cripping i love complex variables  ;D

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MAT244--Announcements / Now I know who can read and who cannot
« on: September 09, 2018, 09:13:59 AM »
Those with screen names like Joe Generic can, and the rest probably has some comprehension problems: from mild Joe_Generic to severe JOE or generic to completely cripping i love differential equations  ;D

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MAT244--Announcements / In what format you have a textbook?
« on: September 08, 2018, 05:12:03 PM »
In what format you have a textbook?

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MAT244--Announcements / Do you have a textbook?
« on: September 08, 2018, 05:09:33 PM »
If you have two copies select a newer one.

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MAT334--Announcements / Textbook
« on: September 08, 2018, 05:01:51 PM »
In what format you have a textbook?

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MAT334--Announcements / Enrolment
« on: August 15, 2018, 10:07:11 AM »
This class is full:
    Section       Room        Availability        Wait list   
LEC0101MP102 0 of 19577
LEC5101RW 117 0 of 13553


Instructors are not involved in the enrolment. What are chances of those who are in the Wait list?

1. Someone drops the class: sure, but not many will do it soon enough to seriously affect Wait List.
2. Sections are extended to the room capacity: possible, but  room  MP102 has capacity of 196 and and RW117 has capacity of 156.
3. Sections are moved to larger rooms:
           * extremely unlikely for LEC0101: there are very few larger rooms and most of them are poorly suitable for math. teaching;
           * very unlikely for LEC5101: there are not too many larger rooms and they are in the short supply and high demand.

Also keep in mind that you need to be enrolled into Tutorial section; for most of them the rooms are not used to their full capacities.

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MAT334--Announcements / Welcome to MAT334
« on: August 15, 2018, 10:01:32 AM »
Welcome to MAT334 @ Fall of 2018

Before registering, please read Forum Rules

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MAT244--Announcements / Enrolment
« on: August 15, 2018, 09:55:31 AM »
This class is full:
    Section       Room        Availability        Wait list   
LEC0101MP103 0 of 16055
LEC0201MP103 0 of 19055
LEC5101MP102 0 of 19659


Instructors are not involved in the enrolment. What are chances of those who are in the Wait lists?

1. Someone drops the class: sure, but not many will do it soon enough to seriously affect Wait List.
2. Sections are extended to the room capacity: possible, but both rooms MP102 and MP103 have capacity of 196
3. Sections are moved to larger rooms: extremely unlikely, there are very few larger rooms than MP102 or MP103 and most of them are poorly suitable for math. teaching.

Also keep in mind that you need to be enrolled into Tutorial section; for most of them the rooms are not used to their full capacities, but IMHO 70 is too much for tutorial

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MAT244--Announcements / Welcome to MAT244
« on: August 15, 2018, 09:34:17 AM »
Welcome to MAT244 @ Fall of 2018

Before registering, please read Forum Rules

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General Discussion / Forum rules
« on: August 15, 2018, 05:31:34 AM »
Welcome to this forum!

The main purpose of this forum is not the communication with instructors but peer-to-peer. I noticed that some of you answer the questions of your peers and I really appreciate, but I would like to see more -- much more -- of this!

It runs in conjunction with the course website. More permanent and systematic information is placed on website, while forum is for discussion. Please read before registering!

Registration
  • You can select any username (login) you want (take a rather short one). Username is what only you (and Admin) can see.
  • However  change your (screen) Name  (the one which everybody sees) to one easily identifiable (Admin should be able to identify you with a student enrolled to this course--and matching BlackBoard name; otherwise your posting privileges could be reduced or revoked):  Open Profile > Account Settings and look for "Name".
  • It would be preferable to use your University of Toronto email address.
  • BTW you can have a cool avatar too. Please do not display any confidential info.
  • You cannot change the loginname (used for login).  But there is no need.  Nobody except you knows your password - even Admins - but Admins don't need  to know it.

Some forum rules
  • Please use different boards according to their description (I will create new ones if needed).
  • Do not hijack topics: if a topic is devoted to some question, do not post anything which is not related. Start a new topic.
  • On the other hand, do not start new topic answering to the existing post; use the same topic.
  • Do not put in the same post several not related things - make several posts instead (in different topics).
  • Do not post solution which coincides with the solution already posted by someone else; exception: typed solution beats the scanned one.
  • Do not spam (post irrelevant messages, especially to promote something), flood (post many messages with very little or no sense, like "me too", "I like this post", ...) or flame (messages, containing personal attacks and heated arguments).
  • Do not thank instructors.
  • Do not post snapshots of paper documents, scan them (with the scanner or smartphone).
  • Do not use red color (it belongs to Admins and Moderators), large fonts
  • Read and search before postings.
  • Use common sense.

Karma
  • Useful posts are rewarded by Karma which later translates to Bonus points (in the final mark); the exact conversion rate depends on the year and class.
  • Further, your posts and active participation in the class will be a decisive factor if you ask me for a recommendation letter for a Graduate School. To write such letter I need to know something about you beyond your marks (and your final mark is in the transcript anyway). Participation in the forum automatically leaves a trace.
     

Have questions?
  • If you have a question which you think is of general interest--ask it on the Forum rather than via email.

MathJax
  • Both this forum and website use MathJax to display mathematics.

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