
Course Syllabus MATH 2010 
Meeting times: 
Monday,Wednesday and Friday 8:00  8:55. 
Location: 
KOM, Room 202 
Instructor: 

Office : 
Kirksey Old Main 257 
Web Materials: 
http:// www.mtsu.edu/~zijlstra 
Office Hours: 
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10:15 
11:30 and 1:30  2:30 
Prerequisite:  Math 1910 (Calculus I) must have been completed with a grade of
C or higher. Note: Contact your instructor immediately if these requirements have not been met. 
Course Materials:  Textbook: David Poole: Linear
Algebra: A Modern Introduction. 2nd Ed. BrooksCole Publ., 2003.
ISBN:0534998453. Calculator: Texas Instruments 83/84(plus) graphing calculator. Materials: Engineering pad (bookstore), transparent straightedge with cmscale, and compasses. 
Main Topics: 

Grading and Scale : 
Approx. 8 Labs/Quizzes : 3050 points
each Approx. 4 Term Exams : 100 points each Comprehensive Final Exam : 200 points A: 10090, B^{+}: 8987, B:8683, B^{}: 8280, C^{+}: 7977, C:7673, C^{}: 7270, D^{+}: 6967, D:6663, D^{}: 6260, F: < 60 points. 
Absences:  Tests can be made up only with a Valid University Excuse, see Student Handbook for details. 
Remarks: 

Important Dates:  January 14: First Day of Class January 21: MLK Day  no classes January 27: Last day to drop without a grade. March 3 8: Spring Break, no classes. March 2: Last day to drop with a 'W'. No 'W' will be granted after this date. April 16: Deadline to withdraw from the University i.e. from all classes April 23: Last Day of Classes. Final Exam: Monday, April 28 7:30  9:30 