Math 341

Math 341 Section 002
Spring 2020
Meeting Time and Location: MW 5:00PM – 6:15PM  EMS E408

Instructor: Boris Okun
Office: EMS E483
Phone: (414) 229-3529
Office Hours: MW 12:30 – 1:30PM (subject to change) and by appointment.


  • Exam 1 on Wednesday, February 12
  • Exam 2 on Wednesday, March 11
  • Exam 3 on Wednesday, April 15
  • Comprehensive final exam on Monday, May 11 5:00PM – 6:15PM

Homework: A list of problems will be given on Wednesday every week. Students will present solutions to homework in class, and turn in 2 problems (of their choosing) next Wednesday in writing. Late homework will not be accepted.

Interaction and cooperation between students while solving a problem are expected and encouraged, but the writing should be your own. Of course, you are always welcome to consult with me.

Grades: Each presented and written problem will have an equal weight in the final grade – 10 points. Your final grade will be determined by my judgment of your mastery of the subject matter.

To comply with a Higher Learning Commission requirement, we provide below information on the estimated amount of time an average student needs to invest in order to achieve the learning goals for this class:

  • 36 hours in the classroom.
  • 4 hours taking Exams.
  • 104 hours of study.

Total number of hours: 144.


February 3: LAST DAY to add classes, change from a graded basis to audit or credit/no credit status, or vice versa.
February 17: LAST DAY to drop without “W”.
April 5: LAST DAY to drop.
Room changes, course cancellations, etc., are posted on Department letterhead only.
If you need special accommodations in order to meet any of the requirements of the course, please contact me as soon as possible.
Students will be allowed to complete examinations or other requirements that are missed because of a religious observance.
Statement of Academic Misconduct
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