> ?A>J] C2bjbjjj 4j)b)b*+
8NLt.^>ctetetetetetet$wyzttt+"+"+"ct+"ct+"+"o^dP;ja8Ott0tWa0z(0zpdd\0zKe+"tt't0z
B: Math 1550 Calculus I
Spring 2019 Dual Enrollment Syllabus
LSU Instructor of Record
Insert name and email address
Course Website
HYPERLINK "http://www.math.lsu.edu/programs/CollegeReadiness/DualEnrollment" www.math.lsu.edu/programs/CollegeReadiness/DualEnrollment
Course Eligibility
To be eligible to enroll in Math 1550, a student must earn a score of 70% or greater on the ALEKS Calculus Placement Test. That score must be fresh which means it must be less than 6 months old on the first day of class of the semester in which the student enrolls. For details about the placement test, see HYPERLINK "https://www.math.lsu.edu/ugrad/ALEKS" https://www.math.lsu.edu/ugrad/ALEKS.
Course Design Overview
Teachers will present material part of the facetoface time, and students will work individually with teacher guidance in a lab environment the remaining facetoface time.
Homework, quizzes, tests, and the Final Exam will be completed online using a webbased learning and assessment system called MyMathLab.
Required Materials
MyMathLab online account which includes the etext, Briggs, Cochran Calculus with Early Transcendentals, 2e
You will need to install the Wolfram CDF Player on your computer in order to access the ebook. A link is provided in MML.
Your LSU email address which must be used in MyMathLab as your email address
The course ID# for your section of the course which will be given to you by your teacher
A nongraphing calculator with logarithmic and exponential capabilities
The TI30XIIS (solar) or the TI30XIIB (battery) with a twoline display is preferred. Graphing calculators are NOT allowed on MyMathLab homework, quizzes, tests, or the Final Exam. Also, calculators with symbolic notation or natural display capabilities, such as the TI30XS Multiview, the TI34 Multiview, the TI36X Pro and all of the Casio 115ES and 300ES Natural Display series, are NOT allowed on MyMathLab homework, quizzes, tests, or the Final Exam.
MyMathLab Tips
It is possible that at some point during the semester you will not be able to access your account in MyMathLab by going to HYPERLINK "http://www.mymathlab.com" www.mymathlab.com and selecting Sign In on the upper right side. In this situation, you can try using HYPERLINK "http://www.mathxl.com" www.mathxl.com but be sure to login as a MyMathLab user using the small link in the middle of the right side of the login screen, not as a MathXL user.
If you need technical assistance with MyMathLab, call student technical support at 1 800 677 6337.
Topics
Topics included in this fivecredithour course are limits and continuity, introduction of the derivative, techniques of differentiation, chain rule, implicit differentiation, differentiation of transcendental and inverse functions, applications of differentiation, concavity, relative extrema, maximum and minimum values of a function, optimization, antidifferentiation, definite integrals, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, areas, applications of definite integrals, work, and volume.
Participation Grade
You will receive five participation grades during the semester. One grade will be posted in the Participation category of MyMathLab after each test.
The formula used to calculate the grade is EMBED Equation.DSMT4 where P is the number of days of full participation (present and ontask), D is the total number of days of class for the period, and E is the number of excused absences during that period.
Participation counts as 10% of your course grade.
Homework
You should review your class notes and read the etext before attempting the homework. The work you submit must be your own. Your work must be independently written and entered into MyMathLab.
When working your homework assignments, you should save after completing each exercise.
You can rework exercises, enter and exit your homework, and get back to it at a later time prior to the due date.
If you rely on the learning aids or other help to get an exercise correct, then use the Similar Exercise feature and rework the exercise repeatedly until you can get it correct without any help. This is essential. Many students who become overly dependent on the learning aids or other assistance to get a score of 100% on the homework assignment find that they score much lower on the tests.
The homework counts as 10% of your course grade. Your four lowest homework assignments will not be used in the course grade calculation (even though those scores show in the Moodle gradebook).
Graded homework for each section has due dates and will close then, but a copy of each homework assignment (labeled Practice Homework) is open throughout the semester to be used for studying. The Practice Homework does not count toward your course grade.
An additional practice homework assignment called Practice What you Missed on Test x is created when you submit each test. This does not count toward your course grade, but you should use it to practice what you missed on the test in preparation for the Final Exam.
Quizzes
You should master your homework before attempting the quizzes, and you should try to do the quizzes without any help. If you rely on help to get a score of 100% on the quizzes, you will score much lower on the tests.
You will not get feedback after each exercise answer is entered. You must work through the quiz and submit it before seeing your score. You can review your quiz in Gradebook, and the MyMathLab learning aids will appear for the review.
Quizzes should be used as preparation for tests. Retake the quizzes until you can do the work correctly without any assistance from notes, the etext, or the MyMathLab learning aids.
Each quiz contains questions drawn from pools of exercises having the same or similar learning objectives. It is recommended that you take a quiz at least four times even if you earn a score of 100% before that to ensure that you see a crosssection of the exercises.
The maximum working time allowed for each attempt of each quiz is 75 minutes. While working on a quiz with time remaining, you can close the browser (rather than choosing Submit) and reopen that same quiz later without any additional elapsed time.
Each quiz can be attempted up to ten times prior to the due date. Only your highest score for each quiz will be counted in your course grade.
The quizzes count as 10% of your course grade. Your lowest two quiz grades in Moodle will not be used in the course grade calculation (even though those scores show in the Moodle gradebook).
You are allowed to consult with other students regarding math concepts but not regarding specific answers to questions. You may discuss the concepts demonstrated in the quizzes but not share or assist another student in deriving an answer. Your work must be independently written and entered into MyMathLab. You are prohibited from using any additional online or third party resources that are not explicitly listed in the syllabus or provided by your teacher.
Tests and the Final Exam
The proctored, passwordprotected tests and the Final Exam are taken using MyMathLab.
You will not get feedback after each exercise answer is entered. You must work through the test and submit it before seeing your score. You can review your test in Gradebook, and the MyMathLab learning aids will appear for the review.
After completing all homework and quizzes, you should prepare for tests and the Final Exam by repeatedly practicing until you can get all exercises correct without any assistance from MyMathLab learning aids, notes, or the etext. Practice Tests and a Practice Final Exam are available in MyMathLab for each test and will be open throughout the semester. They do not count toward your course grade, but it is essential that you work the Practice Tests repeatedly until you can do the work without any help.
Only one attempt is allowed for each test and for the Final Exam.
The maximum time allowed is 90 minutes for each test and 120 minutes for the Final Exam.
You are not allowed assistance of any kind on tests or on the Final Exam. This includes notes, formula sheets, or any other type of outside help. While testing, you are not allowed to access other online materials, including your homework, quizzes, and online learning aids in MyMathLab. Remember, academic dishonesty is a violation of the university Code of Student Conduct.
There will be five tests during the semester and a Final Exam. Your five tests count as 45% of your course grade. The Final Exam counts as 25% of your course grade, with the following exception. Your Final Exam score will be entered in your Moodle gradebook as your Final Exam score and also as a (fictitious) Test 6 score. Then, the lowest of the scores on Tests 16 will not be used in the course grade calculation (even though that score shows in the Moodle gradebook). This has the effect of replacing your lowest of the five test scores with the Final Exam score if that Final Exam score is higher. In this situation, your Final Exam score counts as 34% of your course grade, and each of your four highest test grades count as 9% of your course grade.
Final Grade Calculation for LSU grade* (posted in Moodle)
Weight Item Details
10% Participation 5, 1 grade after each test
10% Homework 40, highest 36 will be used in final grade calculation
10% Quizzes 15, highest 13 will be used in final grade calculation
45% Tests 5, lowest will be replaced with the Final Exam score if higher
25% Final Exam Comprehensive
The Practice Homework, Practice Tests, Practice What You Missed on Test x, and the Practice Final Exam do not count toward the grade in the course. A replaced test grade and dropped homework and quiz grades will always show in the Moodle gradebook but will NOT be used in the Moodle course grade calculation.
*The high school grade for Calculus may be calculated using different criteria.
Grading Scale
A+: 98100% A: 9397% A: 9092%
B+: 8889% B: 8387% B: 8082%
C+: 7879% C: 7377% C: 7072%
D+: 6869% D: 6367% D: 6062% F: 059%
Your course grade will be determined by rounding your course average (either up or down) to the nearest whole number using standard rounding procedures.
General Education Course Credit
This course satisfies five hours of the General Education Analytical Reasoning requirement. It includes the following area learning objective: LSU graduates will employ scientific and mathematical models in the resolution of laboratory and realworld problems. See the LSU general catalog for more information. The Louisiana Board of Regents Common Course Number for this course is CMAT 1235.
PAGE \* MERGEFORMAT 4
!019:;?Trst
¹wf[SJhaK5CJaJhNlCJaJhH4Eh9ZACJaJ!h"h9ZA0JB*CJaJphh"h9ZACJaJjh"h9ZACJUaJh9ZA5CJaJh\}h`UCJaJh`UCJaJh3h`U5CJaJh`U5CJaJhyICJaJhRhpTCJ aJ hCJ aJ hmCJ aJ h:dCJ aJ hGCJ aJ hRhwCJ aJ :;Tst "
5
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF I^gds#
&Fgd"
&FgdAgdJW7gdaKgd9ZAgd`UgdGU$^a$$^a$gdf7 ! " J K _ 
.
Z
[
EFºڲ{rg_WgOgh{dCJaJhs#CJaJh^SCJaJhAhACJaJh5CJaJh"h5CJaJ!h"h"0JB*CJaJphh"h"CJaJjh"h"CJUaJh
CJaJh_~_CJaJhS)lCJaJhu'CJaJhm*CJaJhGCJaJh[*bCJaJhaK5CJaJh{haK5CJaJFz{}$%34ILMN]^ƺvmd[PBhWh"5CJ\aJh"5CJ\aJh"CJ\aJhdCJ\aJhtCJ\aJhHLCJ\aJhK5CJ\aJh5NSh5NSCJ\aJhahaCJ\aJhd=hyv5CJ\]aJhaK5CJaJhRhaK5CJaJh;zh;z5CJaJhh"CJaJh"CJaJhACJaJhAhACJaJh^SCJaJ
N
i1
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igde^gd;z^gds#4
&F
V`08@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igds#
&Fgds#^gds
&FgdyvgdaK ^
.
7
M
N
O
Q
\
{
!&9GIʾsg\ggh%hs#CJaJhMhs#5CJaJh.hs#5CJaJhChs#CJaJh)hs#CJaJhdCJaJhN45CJaJh1he5CJaJh;zh;zCJaJhehs#CJaJh9hs#5CJaJhxkmCJaJhB^CJaJhs#CJaJh.hs#CJaJ+:$<=BQS껳ꨟtiiiaXh`U5CJaJhsCJaJhshsCJaJhshCJaJhshm*CJaJh5CJaJhHh5CJaJhH95CJaJh9ihCJaJhCJaJhdh%]5CJaJhdCJaJhdhe0JCJaJjhdheCJUaJhdheCJaJhdhL&CJaJ `[[[VQQgdwj!gdJW7gd5
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF I^gd4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igd$z4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igdd 9FIWer,ghϴvvvnnh/@CJaJhh
hbfE6CJaJ!jhh
hbfECJEHUaJ#j7z\
hh
hbfECJUVaJjhh
hbfECJUaJhh
hbfECJaJhCJaJh
CJaJh{lCJaJhwj!CJaJhDhwj!CJaJhDhwj!5CJaJhwj!5CJaJ(l4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igd$4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdO
gds
&FgdbfE
&FgdJW712401kl.Buºʲʔvnf^V^NhJfCJaJhYCJaJhOCJaJh}%CJaJhOCJaJh,phhYCJaJh$h$CJaJhtCJaJh$CJaJh9hu'CJaJhh
hu'CJaJhu'CJaJh
CJaJhQTCJaJhuCJaJh,phhOCJaJh,phhJfCJaJhshOCJaJhshO5CJaJ(*@Zźtk_ThU&hU&CJaJhRh45CJaJhM5CJaJhCJaJhy{CJaJhm%~CJaJhRhACJaJhhCJaJhSKCJaJhACJaJhu'hyCJaJhh
hu'CJaJhu'CJaJhJhyCJaJhQTCJaJhQ%CJaJh,phCJaJhyCJaJhOCJaJl`+4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdQT4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdA4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igdu'4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdQ%Tb] b4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igd
4
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igdo2
Y`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdU&Gfgq !(.1369:DQSTg',_`a[ \ ] g yqh>CJaJh
hoCJaJh
CJaJhh0CJaJh&HQCJaJhOCJaJhVvCJaJhWqCJaJh"CJaJh3^'hoCJaJh,CJaJhEhoCJaJhk=$CJaJhRhoCJaJhoCJaJhRhU&CJaJ*g ~ !!!!!!m#n###############ҦҦ~rf[[[PhEh5wRCJaJhRh5wRCJaJhRh
5CJaJhRhw5CJaJh5CJaJhRh5CJaJh5wRCJaJhh0hh0CJaJh@,hh0CJaJh>hh0CJaJhh
h>CJaJhRhh0CJaJhh0CJaJh>h>CJaJhEWFCJaJh>CJaJhRh>CJaJ] !####$&'w'(+{sskk
&FgdJ
&Fgd'8
&Fgd/14
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdcXw
&Fgd5wR
&Fgdh04
&F
V`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF Igd>##$$$$&%%.%5%9%G%Q%v%%%%%%%%%%%& &@&B&G&S&`&&&'ļĴ̴̴̬̑yqiaqVhRh'8CJaJhSKCJaJhWqCJaJh6GCJaJh$ZCJaJhMCJaJhgCJaJhjFcCJaJhbdCJaJhEh/1CJaJh7NCJaJh/1CJaJh;zCJaJh)uCJaJhRh/1CJaJhcXwhcXwCJaJhEhcXwCJaJhcXwCJaJh5wRh5wRCJaJ!''''L'r'v'w'''''''''''''''.(7(N(O(}(((((((ļϴϼyqe\ehsCJ\aJhRh:CJ\aJh7CJaJhSCJaJh{llCJaJh&sKCJaJhbdCJaJhvJh:CJaJh`cCJaJhdCJaJh7NCJaJh:CJaJhRh9`YCJaJhRh,{CJaJh'8h'8CJaJhRh'8CJaJh'8CJaJh)uCJaJ (()
)) )%)&)=)M)V)X))))))**1*3*A*]*c*~***++8+Q+m+s++++++++++++++++ڿڷگگڣhEWF5CJaJhE56CJaJh43hCJaJhkhCJ\aJhvwCJaJhZCJaJhbTCJaJh_CJaJhkh<+CJaJhkhTbCJaJh7CJaJh;zCJaJhTbhTbCJaJ/+++,B,s,,Nop..//>/i///i0j0gds[$\$gd~gd!gdNgdTb2
Y`0p@P !$`'0*/2p5@8;=@CPF IgdE+,,*,+,3,9,@,A,B,D,U,o,r,s,u,,,,,,,,,,,,ĸph]hUMhhJCJaJhEWFCJaJhc
h
=CJaJh,`JCJaJhc
hJ5CJaJhc
hNCJaJh%tCJaJhc
hTbCJaJh&CJaJhc
h>CJaJhc
h.YCJaJhc
hN6CJaJhc
hTb6CJaJhhJ6CJaJhEhN56CJaJhEh.Y5CJaJhEhN5CJaJ,,,,,,!/:MNPTUabnop.3.@..տատմ{skscs[s{hs:CJaJh"CJaJhTRCJaJhKp'CJaJhNCJaJhc
hJCJaJhc
h?CJaJhJQCJaJhuUCJaJhc
h1nCJaJhc
hTbCJaJhc
h>CJaJhc
hNCJaJh&CJaJhhJCJaJhEWFCJaJhc
h
=CJaJh{+CJaJ".........////i0j000000111222222Źyqyqf^VNJNJhT>jhT>Uh{dCJaJh/CJaJhRhB_CJaJhJQCJaJh;ZhJQCJaJhRhB_5CJaJhB_5CJaJhfh!CJaJhsCJaJh!h!5CJaJhRh!5CJaJhRhNCJaJh?7CJaJhtFJCJaJhJCJaJhNCJaJhKCJaJhcH=CJaJj00222222 2"2#2?2@2A2B2C2$a$gd)PgdyQgdB_22 2!2#2$2;2<2=2>2@2A2B2C2h{dCJaJhvjh)PU*h,`JmHnHuh)Pjh)PUhT>jhT>U
21:pH9/ =!8"8#$% UDd
Llb
c$A??3"`?2\b6E34w{D`!s\b6E34w
AxSOkAl4MSh,衘TKMvM#^lB6A#AD
Qx؏C(Ȟ,47ٶS;'DLQZRAIBc%6IPҶbӤ]DzaoַUem97JߒIb,Yf']bDԫ!ݶg8/:m_VŭZxCh'2O`^tʓaCC 27 uqRm~ia+?}L`aiˑQ茻0]rT&//[ktfy<YoBdjmm:ϜHG6AΠ:=:ґJ=kljéK\4*7ߋH>2X`TlJFVX
Fr%:2f
3RIAr(T]}
4R
'39dQ
jP
m{:S1_}
pWm;??=
!"#$%&'()*+,./012345789:;<=@CDGEFHILMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}~Root Entry
FP;B@Data
6WordDocument 4jObjectPoolP;P;_1551513532FP;P;Ole
CompObjiObjInfo
!"#$&'()*,
FMathType 6.0 EquationMathType EFEquation.DSMT49qg6T6 DSMT6WinAllBasicCodePagesTimes New RomanSymbolCourier NewMT Extra!/ED/APG_APAPAE%B_AC_AE*_HA@AHA*_D_E_E_A
G==PDEquation Native 1TableKzSummaryInformation( DocumentSummaryInformation8"E
Oh+'0
4@L
XdltDepartment of MathematicsOEMNormalWindows User2Microsoft Office Word@F#@Z{@9@9H#
՜.+,D՜.+,Php
LSU MathematicsL*Department of MathematicsTitlet(RZj_PID_HLINKS
MTWinEqnsA;$ http://www.mathxl.com/_http://www.mymathlab.com/O\%https://www.math.lsu.edu/ugrad/ALEKS
TAhttp://www.math.lsu.edu/programs/CollegeReadiness/DualEnrollmentMsoDataStore
P;P;GNG5WYEMEX3TA==2P;P;Item
Properties%U
F Microsoft Word 972003 Document
MSWordDocWord.Document.89qs002 0@P`p2( 0@P`p 0@P`p 0@P`p 0@P`p 0@P`p 0@P`p8XV~ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@ 0@_HmH nH sH tH 8`83Normal_HmH sH tH <@<3 Heading 1$@&^05DA D
Default Paragraph FontRiR0Table Normal4
l4a(k (
0No List6U`63 Hyperlink>*B*phHHBalloon TextCJOJQJ^JaJN/NBalloon Text CharCJOJQJ^JaJHZ"H80
Plain TextCJOJPJQJ^JaJN/1N80Plain Text CharCJOJPJQJ^JaJjCjJf
Table Grid7:V04@R4)P0Header
H$.a.)P0Header Char4 r4)PFooter
H$..)PFooter CharHOH!x_msonormaldd[$\$CJaJFV F`UFollowedHyperlink>*B*phOrPK![Content_Types].xmlN0EHJ@%ǎǢș$زULTB l,3;rØJB+$G]7O٭Vc:E3v@P~Ds w<v
C*j ***** F^Ig #'(+,.2C2 !#%&)*,.0124l] +j0C2"$'(+/3ZJq C*XXXX:$&!L#@0(
B
S ?
_Hlt508186960
_Hlt508186961D*@@D*GLr ,1$$****** *"*#*A*D*FJ5 9 ****** *"*#*A*D*333!::;""
{$%L:
2ZZgq:D\
!
!!!$!%!0!0!X!X!!!1"1"c"c"""############U$o$$$$$$$$$%!%*%*%/%:%%%&&'i(())*****#*>*D*!::;""
{$%L:
2ZZgq:D\
!
!!!$!%!0!0!X!X!!!1"1"c"c"""############U$o$$$$$$$$$%!%*%*%/%:%%%&&'i(())*D*1ZPl
@"=
Ƨ(^oH
E1nBpg̲HnZZ[Pb"
+7Q>2Ĉ,C,bI gPܢ;NS}vSs]D<R9B_ {Gbl?cEd7}mP
,Kq$z9bxb8j{ZhDK~¼*[8^8`o(.
^`hH.
L^ `LhH.
^`hH.
x^x`hH.
HL^H`LhH.
^`hH.
^`hH.
L^`LhH.h^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(h^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hH^`o(.
^`hH.
pL^p`LhH.
@^@`hH.
^`hH.
L^`LhH.
^`hH.
^`hH.
PL^P`LhH.^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(h^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(hh^h`.h^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hH8^8`o(.
^`hH.
L^ `LhH.
^`hH.
x^x`hH.
HL^H`LhH.
^`hH.
^`hH.
L^`LhH.^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(88^8`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o ^ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(xx^x`OJQJ^Jo(oHH^H`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(h^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hHh8^8`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh ^ `OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHhx^x`OJQJ^Jo(hHohH^H`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJ^Jo(oPP^P`OJQJo(,bI=
DK~,Cl
R9B_Ss]Z7Q>*Gb,KqcEd7}m1Hn[Pb"gPn;NSoH
oH
+=
pgj{9bxa2xyxWX\1io+4iov6& p4 k!n%bMPLs_zDv#^w#t;K}&'<<>KSeq8v47!BoLM}Vz/sAMH
c E
q+
e
vWaw(2:;/@AK
u

a~.hJW53anp9Ee _18mRRr3?<]OE\a:
FN/7vCEl;RY{+HM{dn%1>NlnG:Qjs<} )entPxl%&JrR+X)dw ' Q Q!wj!"""q0"6"6"]"s#~#k=$A$$}$%%W%}%%i%%4%Q%w]%D!&E*&yd&P'0('3^'Kp'u'("(K(a(x(o)**6*m*<+U*,A,fR,P^,<dkglv$.7k../=/2Y/'_/00+0<0=0h0o12234N4547G4m4t4@5Z5O5%]566/646V6W6]6f7?7JW7y8X8&8989@F9H9${9:!.:a:Dj:s:}:;=;c<Fl<E{<
=(=E=cH=K=\q=s=+>)9>T>5S?b?s@7,@h@APA9ZAiAB"B BH?B!@B@B\BBCHC9LCNCzCfWDEY3EH4E*@EbfE]kEs9F=PFEWFhyFoyFGG!G*Gdbd7eg\eh,ph9iTikij3jSjkj:k)kk(}kS)lWl{lllmx,mxkml1n1noBoQSorro
ppp[
qZGqq8r"&r=rHmrYzrs"t%t2t:tKt5+u1uIu(cu6ouVv]vY`vyvwwcXwvwi!xuxoy%yHy]$z$zLz,{){N{y{k(/16@wADHfo}J(}iE}m%~sr~;5)b+;>YDs*ErH@b#ewF;\f~M,Pn!d#5K9 >"(/NuU x'Mt/ #s?s]o?gjx,R3;zz}J9TbCaK#v<Z/1WN"E'0<N02={lqn+<7eOr8d=~^Xk`xs~_H
*SrgI*7<<5:k2\@e3
@by4IJPUYaq
'!M%s~_G{HLgop5e1
.2Dmjz`2=PVnp>)^Z_"6G`c}}m<Mr@0Gc
%',;D b)yIjz!@OR`U/>0]`g:UB/EJ]de
/;R\SlDOJQT_
M)I@O3SKw02JQGUiWGCOST(d8JOego(Dqet @L'/;QpTWq3*Vp]y~EI_%!Zn,(=M
FKTR>pAth
%( v
y36Qz$U&)u
AAX_w~ !^xF;=wI6436>b"Z*qYEux
!,)b~;$\ #;~Ybhoo}!L;Pyiw$$Z (8_e,/r$NL&2;9WZnd\&,2;g
S=Au'Hae.0"pn1Ggc
Yst_cCF
;gN~]$@fkt&Mfd*G .y\z/C:>ZgssZt{}g4k>^S\tY"'KhL<(Jf~9RB^lS'&Rhh.aEeHlW'ta==9b':CsXEU"Zce!&v14;IpW22'8{mG=^PgGj**@$$$$C*@Unknown G.[x Times New Roman5Symbol3..Cx Arial5..[`)Tahoma9= Consolas7.*{$ Calibri?= .Cx Courier New;WingdingsA$BCambria Math"1h+fG+fGK4'H#LH#L!8d4**2QHP ?2!xxiKDepartment of MathematicsOEMWindows Userp
CompObj+r