UBC Mathematics 361: Introduction to Mathematical Biology, Fall 2016
Section 101; Room: BUCH 201; Time: MWF 14:0014:50
Website for this course:
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http://www.math.ubc.ca/~yxli/m361/m361_16.html
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Course Outline, Text Book, and Prerequisites:
Math 361 Course Outline
Lecture Slides:
Math 361 Lectures
ODE Files:
rabbitsheep.ode
diploid_selection.ode
logistic_saturating_harvest.ode
alee_effect.ode
imperfect.ode
m361hw5161.ode
sample4_ps_eps_graphs.tex
Fisher.eps
fisher.ode.ps
Homework Assignments:

Finishing homework assignments timely is extremely important for
learning mathematics.

Homework Assignments
due in class on date as indicated in each assignment.

Homework marking rules:

The number of each homework problem should be clearly printed.

Illegible handwritting will result in the loss of marks.

You receive two marks for each collected homework:
one for the completeness and one for the correctness.

Only some important steps and the final answer will be checked.
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Rules for Exams and Final Grade Evaluation:
 Homework: 30%
 One Midterm (50 min): 30%.
 Final Exam or Final Project (150 min): 40%.
 Rules:
 No notes or books of any kind except that a one page, singlesided, A4sized formula sheet is allowed.
 A smallcreen, simple scientific calculator is allowed.
 Late homework assignments receive a grade of 0.
 Missing a quiz/exam results in a mark of 0.
 To claim legitimate emergency:
Instructor must be notified within 48 hrs of missed test.
Doctor's or other relevant person's notes must be present.
Calendar:
 16 Sept 2016 (Friday)
 First homework due in class.
 4 Nov 2016 (Friday)
 Midterm at class time and location.
 25 Nov 2016 (Friday)
 Last homework due in class.
 Final project due no later than Dec 16, 2016 (Friday).
How to prepare project report?