Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications

MATH3101, Winter 2003
School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University

Instructor: Daniel Panario
Office: #4372 HP, Tel: (613) 520 2600 (Ext. 2159)
Lectures: Mondays 5:30 pm, Wednesdays 5:30 pm. Room: 102 AT
Office hours: Mondays 4:00-5:00 pm and Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm.
Tutorial: Wednesdays 6:30 pm (check room and tutor in the table below)

Section Tutors' Name Tutorial Room Students' Surname
1 MASUDA, Ariane 102AT A - J
2 SADEGHI, Mohammad R. 340TB K - Z

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General Information

Elements of Modern Algebra by J. Gilbert and L. Gilbert.

MATH2107, or equivalent.
Students who have not passed the prerequisite course may be automatically de-registered during the term.

Classes begin: Monday Jan 6, 2003. Classes end: Wednesday April 2, 2003.

Tentative lecture schedule (html file) as of December 2002 (before classes start).
The actual material covered in each lecture is below.

Term mark:
There will be four tests, each worth 15%, taken in tutorials on January 29, February 12, March 5, March 19, 2003. Your worst test score will be dropped.

Term mark is 45%. The final examination is 55%.

Plagiarism and Cheating:
Plagiarism is defined on page 48 of the undergraduate calendar as an instructional offense that occurs when a student uses or passes off "as one's own idea or product, work of another without expressly giving credit". This includes plagiarism involving material lifted from the Internet. Plagiarism is a serious offense. The penalties for students who have been found to have plagiarized are a failed grade at the least sever and suspension, expulsion or notation on transcripts for serious or repeated cases. Plagiarism is just one form of Cheating. All forms of cheating are taken very seriously and will be dealt with swiftly and severely.

Withdrawal: The last day for withdrawal from the course is March 7, 2003. Withdrawals before January 31 get 100% refund, there is NO refund after this date.

Students with Disabilities requiring academic accommodations please feel free to to come and discuss it with me. Students must also contact the Paul Menton Centre, 500 University Centre, Tel: 520-6608, to complete the required forms.

Lectures per month (summary)

Problems for tests and exam

Contact Information:

Office Hours are Mondays 4:00-5:00 pm and Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm in #4372 HP.