Nature of Mathematics
MATH 120 - Fall 2014

archimedes
pascal

Instructor: Matthew Weathers
#BiolaMath

Coursepack

Do I need to buy the textbook? Maybe. It's a "coursepack" written by another professor here at Biola, so it's only $20.63 (after tax) from the bookstore for a printed copy. It is also available online for free (See below for the first few chapters). But some people prefer to have a printed version. Also: the book is the same as previous semesters, so if you know someone with an old copy, that will be fine. The Flatland book is $3.30 (after tax) at the bookstore but also available online for free.

Basic Info

See a PDF Version of the Syllabus Summary.

Use our Canvas site to look up your grades and for online quizzes and homework. (Use your Net ID to log in).
Once you log in, go to "Fall 2014: Nature of Math."

Homework Help Videos

Math Lab Schedule - The Math Lab is open about 20 hours a week. It's in McNally, White 48C.

(Note: not open until the second week of the semester.)

First Few Homework Assignments: Here's the homework for the first couple weeks. (Check syllabus after Sept 15th):

Calendar of Lectures


Link for Finals Schedule:
http://www.biola.edu/registrar/academic_schedules/finals/
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Homework Due Dates



Homework Help Videos

Coursepack

Here are the chapters of the coursepack: After Chapter 7, see Canvas for the remaining chapters

Chapter 1 (PDF Document)
Chapter 2 (PDF Document)
Chapter 3 (PDF Document)
Chapter 4 (PDF Document)
Chapter 5 (PDF Document)
Chapter 6 (PDF Document)
Chapter 7 (PDF Document)

Mr. Weathers' Contact Info

By email: Matthew Weathers on Biola's Email (which is matthew_email)
By Phone: Cell Phone: (562) 322-7427 (Okay to call or text 24 hours a day, I turn off the ringer at night and when I'm in class) Biola extension 3277 which is
(562) 944-0351 x 3277 from off-campus
Office: White 49. Or in Math Dept: White 48A.

Comments

If you have a comment, suggestion for making the class better, or complaint, you may email me, or if you would like to send it anonymously, use this form here:

Your anonymous message to Mr. Weathers: