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Note that Immediately below, are the old quizzes, tests, and blackboards from last semester.

See also Ma227-101 Fall 2015 for old blackboards.

Here is a link that a colleague told me about that demonstrates quadratic surfaces

Quizzes and tests from Fall 2015

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During Spring Semester 2017, information from the prior Ma 320 section are being scrubbed. After the semester is over, the old material will be added back.

Quizzes and tests from this semester..

Day-by-day photos of blackboards:

Archive of tests and quizzes from Spring 2015 Ma 227-104 (CRN 24680)

Day-by-day photos of blackboards:

Archive of tests and quizzes from Fall 2012

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Note: Look in sections below for archives of old quizzes, tests, and study guides. Specifically, I taught this class Spring 2014 and Summer 2013.

Here are your cumulative scores after the third quiz:

Here are your cumulative scores after the tenth quiz:

Here are your cumulative scores after the first test:

Here are your cumulative scores after the eighteenth quiz (220 pts.) points:

Here are your cumulative scores after the 23rd quiz (261 possible pts.) points:

Here are your cumulative scores after the 2nd test (382 possible pts.) points:

The next few items are from the most recent time that I taught the course. Since the text was different, the order of topics was a bit different that it will be this semester. However, these items should indicate the levels at which I test items.

The material in this collection of old tests and samples may not be representative of tests for the current semester.

Assorted imagery associated to the course:

The hyperplane x+y+z+w=0 as it intersects a coordinate neighborhood.

The unit circle and favorite angles

The kernel is perpendicular to the row space.

J. Scott Carter

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

University of South Alabama

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