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## MAT 300/500 - DigiPen - Spring 2021

**Available Content:**

** Midterm Exam: Thursday, Feb 18 **

Midterm Exam ID assignments and pdfs

Midterm Exam (open book) due by 12:30 pm, Thursday February 18

Turn in scratch work on Moodle by 3:00 pm, Thursday, February 18

** Backup Lecture Notes for Thursday, Jan 14 (which had bad audio): Please see Lectures 3 and 4
here **

Microsoft Teams have been set up for all DigiPen classes. Please check your email and follow instructions.

Lectures for MAT 300/500 at 11:00, T/Th, are in Microsoft Teams.

MAT300 syllabus (pdf).

MAT500 syllabus (pdf).

Office Hours: Tue,Wed 2:00-3:00, or by appointment

Quiz link: MAT300quiz.pl (perl script)

Midterm Exam: Tuesday, Feb 18

Final Exam: TBA

Allowed for Midterm Exam: One page (two sided) of notes.

Allowed for Final Exam: Two pages (two sided) of notes.

Course Project (pdf)

Extra Credit Projects (pdf)

Sample Project (exe)

Graduate Student Report due date: Friday April 9

Homework Assignment 1 due Tuesday, Jan 19

Homework Assignment 2 due Tuesday, Jan 26

Homework Assignment 3 due Tuesday, Feb 9

Homework Assignment 4 due Tuesday, Feb 23

Homework Assignment 5 due Thursday, Mar 11

** Homework Submission Policy: **

Homework must be submitted on Moodle, and is due by midnight on the due date.

Submission to Moodle should be in a document format such as pdf, or word doc.

Homework Late Penalty: 10% per day.

Check your Quiz 1 data

Quiz 1 Answers

Check your Quiz 2 data

Quiz 2 Answers

Check your Midterm Exam data

Midterm Exam Answers

Check your quiz scores.

Check your homework scores.

Check your project scores.

Check your project comments .

Check your exam scores.

Check your final exam scores.

Project C# Framework (zip file)

Project Java Script Framework (zip file)

DeBoor Algorithm example (pdf)

Proof for Confluent Vandermonde Determinants (pdf).

PARI resources:
PARI

** Note about lectures: ** The lecture content varies slightly each semester, but below
are some lecture notes formed over the past decade, and also some videos of lectures done starting on March 9, 2020. If you want to look up formulas (for example, of the Bernstein polynomials of degree greater than 2, which I will also give in class on Thursday, Jan 7) these are all easy to find in these notes.

Previous Course Lecture Notes (pdf)

Previous lecture videos (Spring 2020) and photos by class period:

Monday March 9

Wednesday March 11

Monday March 23

Wednesday March 25

Monday March 30

Wednesday April 1

Monday April 6

Wednesday April 8

Wednesday April 15

Matt Klassen