Math 252-01 Spring 2002

Special information for Prof. Bumby's section will appear on this page. (Use link in previous sentence for office hours and other information on contacting the instructor.) Common features of all sections appear on the semester page. Students are encouraged to explore the Information and Resources links on the course history page

Schedule of quizzes, projects and exams

Supplementary Material

Notes and Comments

This section was unused during the semester, but it is an ideal place for a report on the final exam and course grades. The figure below compares the final exam with the total of all classwork. Grades were based on clusters in the sum of these two scores, but this plot helped to interpret those totals by providing a graphical view of the components.

scatter plot of grades The avearage score on the final exam was 136.64 out of 200. Most of the grades were between 138 and 155. Seven grades were in this range. There were only two higher grades, but five lower grades. Here are details of individual problems (using a scaled average that gives each problem a basis of 10 points.

Prob. # Scaled Avg.
1 6.79
2 7.46
3 6.18
4 7.64
5 8.21
6 5.89
7 7.03
8 5.51
9 7.20

The course grades were: 1 A, 4 B+, 4 B, 2 C+, 3 C. There were three other names on the roster, but these students stopped attending class before the final exam.

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Last updated: May 13, 2002