http://interval.louisiana.edu/courses/302/2012-sp-302-grading-policy.html
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Math. 302-03 , Spring, 2012 Required Work

**Instructor: R.
Baker Kearfott, **Department
of Mathematics, University of Louisiana
at Lafayette

**Office hours
and telephone, Email: rbk@louisiana.edu.**
Assignments will be due daily. Many of the problems will be done in class as a collaborative
effort, and the homework will be collected and graded at least once a week. Students are also urged
to read the material before it is discussed in class, so that intelligent
questions can be asked (as necessary), and so that class participation
will be meaningful. A common rule of thumb is that at least two hours of
study will be spent outside of class for each hour of study spent in class.

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Math 302-03, Spring, 2012 Grading Policy

Written homework: 25%

Class participation: problems worked on board will count as extra points

Tests: 50%

Final Exam: 25%

These weights are tentative, and may be adjusted to reflect the amount
of homework actually graded. You may estimate your letter grade from:
90%-100% = "A";

80%-89% = "B";

65%-79% = "C";

50%-65% = "D";

<50% = "F".