## Exams

### Midterms: October 5 and Nov 9. In class.

- What to bring?
- Calculators allowed, which does not include phones / laptops / tablet computers with a calculator application.
- Closed book. So don't bring your book.
- Open notes. Notes consist of anything you have written yourself, or anything distributed in class that you have printed, such as sample codes, assignments and solutions.
- Can I print pages from the book and bring them with me? No.

- What to study?
- Review reading quizzes, homework and projects. Look at the solutions I've posted. Do you understand my solution method?
- Look at the MATLAB codes presented in class. Have you tried running them yourself? Could you have written them yourself?
- Review this list of concepts to know for the first midterm.
- Review this list of concepts to know for the second midterm.

### Final: Tuesday, December 19th, 1:30 - 4:00 pm, ECCR 265.

- What to bring?
- Calculator. This does not include phones / laptops / tablet computers with a calculator application; any of the latter are not allowed.
- Closed book. So don't bring your book.
- Open notes. Notes consist of anything you have written yourself, or anything distributed in class that you have printed, such as sample codes, assignments and solutions.
- Can I print pages from the book and bring them with me? No.

- What to study?
- Review reading quizzes, homework, projects and the midterm. Look at the solutions I've posted for the assignments. Do you understand my solution method?
- Look at the MATLAB codes presented in class. Have you tried running them yourself? Could you have written them yourself?
- Review this list of concepts to know for the exam. If you are unsure about any of these, ask me to cover specific points during the review session.
- The exam is comprehensive, though most of it relates to material covered since the midterm (e.g., linear systems are covered, in the context of solving differential equations).