Please note that the material to be presented is difficult to master and therefore requires not only study outside class, but consistent attendance at class sessions as well. Please respect your fellow classmates and be on time!
Students will be expected to attend class and turn in assignments on time. Any deviation from the norm should be highly unusual and will require prior approval by the instructor.
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