MATH 153: CALCULUS 1A WITH PRECALCULUS Dr. Laura.
Math 155 and chen 115 are both very tough. Put your nose to the grindstone and get ahead as soon as you can. It's better to work really hard in the beginning and realize you might not have to work as hard to maintain your grade than to get knocked on your butt the first exam and have to claw your way back the rest of the semester.
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Math 155H Information Sheet Fall 2014.. Four hour exams (100 points each), class-work (quizzes, take-home quizzes, homework) 150 points, final exam 200 points. So 750 points total. I do not use the 90-80-70-60 grading scale, nor do I grade on a curve. The grading scale will be set according to difficulty.
MATH 155 and ENGR 102. Course Tex tbook: Eyes Turned Skyward by Patrick H. Browning and John L. Loth, Morgantown, WV, 2015. ISBN-13: 978-1-943665-02-0. General Course Outline. Ch. 1 (2hrs) Introduction to Aerospace Engineering (brief history) Ch. 2 (3hrs) Units and the State Equation (relating density to pressure and temperature).
Jennifer was a great instructor. always gives plenty of examples. moves very fast, but I'm assuming all calculus 155 professors do. she gives tons of handouts and practice pages for exams. Also, she makes the exams for the section so she teaches from what she will directly put on it.
ENGR 101 Minimum Grade of C-, MATH 154 or MATH 155 Minimum Grade of C-, PHYS 111 Minimum Grade of D-. Co-requisites: PHYS 111. Course Description: Engineering problem solving techniques related to mechanical and aerospace engineering topics through teamwork, written and oral communications, and using the.
Avoid Math 155 at all costs unless you are a math wiz or you are independently wealthy because you're going to be attending WVU longer than you think if you take this class and you aren't a math wiz. You shouldn't have to be a mathematician to be an engineer--but that's what they're trying to do.