MATH 151: 516-518
- TA: Salih KILICLI
- Office: BLOC 629B
- Email: salihkilicli «at» math.tamu.edu
For more information about Python in Math 151 (including how to dowload Python & Jupyter to your personal computer), please refer here. SymPy is a Python library for symbolic mathematics. If you are new to SymPy, start with the SymPy tutorial. (1) and (2) are Jupyter Notebook cheat sheets. And here are list of cheat sheets for beginners in Python.
This is another free interactive Python tutorial. Also, you might find the mobile app solo-learn useful to have an interactive Python3 tutorial in your pocket.
| Announcements |
- Please make sure you read the information about sections & TA's . Recitation and Lab times & their locations can be found there. Also, if you can't make it to a recitation or lab you may want to come one of my other sections.
- The first exam of the semester is on next Thursday, Sept 26. Here you can find the location and time information. This is the schedule in which you can find the topics that are covered in each exam. You can also find old common exam problems and their solutions here
- This is the guidelines for the common exams, please read it before the exam. Here is the scantron that you need to bring with you (as well as a photo ID). Notice, the sections highlighted by yellow need to be filled out before the exam. Green section can be filled out after picking the exam. Here is a Trigonometry cheat sheat for those who are not familiar with trigonometric functions and their values at specific angles.
| Lab Examples and Assignments |
List of commands needed to be used in Python assignments can be found here.
The examples discussed in Lab classes will be posted below:
| Recitations and Quizzes |
I will be posting the questions that I solve in the recitations every week here.
Here are the solution manuals for the weekly quizzes.
| Miscellaneous |