At the end of this course, students will be able to:

The following topics will address this outcome:

This outcome will be evaluated primarily by:

work on remote computers.

SSH, SFTP

questions on the first quiz and both tests.

communicate mathematics effectively using the world wide web.

HTML, CSS, MathML

three homework assignments, together with questions
on the first quiz and both tests.

understand simple concepts of networked computing 
discussion of DNS, TCP, IP, binary, decimal, and hexadecimal
arithmetic 
questions on first quiz and both tests 
communicate mathematics effectively using mathematical typesetting
languages.

LaTeX

two homework assignments, together with questions on both tests.
In addition to these assignments that focus exclusively on writing
and LaTeX, there are other assignments that have components
comprising papers describing the results, rendered in LaTeX.

understand the rudiments of writing mathematical computer programs.

Matlab, Python, including SymPy.

six homework assignments, questions on the second quiz, and
questions on the last test.

write mathematics well.

discussion and demonstration of mathematical writing styles and
expectations.

several of the assignments described elsewhere
include significant writing components, including revision.
