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- MATH 131 - Fall 2015

Reading Assignment for Section 8 2 on this handout This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class OPTIONAL HOMEWORK BONUS Interested in adding a few points to your homework grade and getting some good practice on some challenge problems along the way Try this This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class The Week 9 Lab Key has been taken off line now If you have questions about it please send me an email Homework due Friday November 13 Remember to start your homework as early as possible so that you can ask me questions Come to office hours or send me emails about ANY of it WeBWorK Main Exercises Reading Assignments Labs Class Notes you name it ASK The sooner you start your homework the more time you have to ask me questions At the beginning of Thursday s Lab we will work on some groupwork problems from Section 8 1 They are numbers 15 21 24 35 47 63 and 81 Be sure that you have reviewed our work from Thursday s lab that you have worked through all of the problems before Friday s class and that they make sense to you or you have specific questions that you can ask about them Complete the Main Exercises Assignment for Week 11 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class Work practice exercises on Section 8 1 on WeBWorK The first three problems are about sequences but the last two are review This is due Friday at 9 00am online Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 8 3 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class WEEK 10 November 2 November 6 Homework due Monday November 2 Review the groupwork exercises on the handout that we were working on in Friday s class Finish working on the problems on that worksheet With your group choose a problem to put on the board when you arrive in class on Monday Week 9 Lab is due at the beginning of Monday s class One from each group Be sure you meet with your group to review each other s final write ups prior to Monday s class so that everyone agrees that each group member s set of solutions is a good one I will roll the die to see which group member will turn in her hir his paper Be sure you send your lab to class with someone else if there is a reason you cannot be there Work practice exercises on Section 7 4 on WeBWorK This is due Monday at 9 00am online The first six problems are about trigonometric substitution and the last one is to get you started thinking about partial fraction decomposition Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 4 7 yes we are reviewing on this handout This is due Monday at the beginning of class Homework due Wednesday November 4 Work on the problems I put on the board in Monday s class Section 7 5 30 31 51 60 and 62 These are on pages 549 550 in our text Be sure that you have tried all of them Go directly to your groups on Wednesday morning when you arrive in class and start discussing them I will ask specific groups to put up specific problems before or soon after class begins Work practice exercises on Section 7 5 on WeBWorK This includes four problems on the material from Section 7 5 and one review question from Section 4 7 Be sure to read the directions The order matters in how you key in your answers to WeBWorK This is due Wednesday at 9 00am online Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 7 8 on this handout This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class OPTIONAL HOMEWORK BONUS Interested in adding a few points to your homework grade and getting some good practice on some challenge problems along the way Try this This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class Homework due Friday November 6 Remember to start your homework as early as possible so that you can ask me questions Come to office hours or send me emails about ANY of it WeBWorK Main Exercises Reading Assignments Labs Class Notes you name it ASK The sooner you start your homework the more time you have to ask me questions Complete the Main Exercises Assignment for Week 10 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class Work practice exercises on Section 7 5 on WeBWorK This includes some partial fraction decomposition questions and some L Hôpital s Rule questions This is due Friday at 9 00am online WEEK 9 October 26 October 30 Homework due Monday October 26 Review the integration by parts exercises that we did in Friday s class Since each group worked a different problem and presented and not everyone worked through the details of all the problems be sure that you work through problems that other groups did Make sure they make sense and you see what was unique about each one After you review the problems we put on the board work through number 5 from the groupwork handout Be ready to put it on the board when class begins in fact take initiative and put it on the board with your group BEFORE class begins Go back to problem 1 c from your Reading Assignment for Section 7 3 Read the hint in the text carefully then actually show the calculations that show these two solutions are equivalent this does not have to do with integration or differentiation Be ready to put your solution for this on the board at the beginning of class THERE IS NO LAB ASSIGNMENT DUE THIS WEEK Work practice exercises on Sections 7 2 and 7 3 on WeBWorK This is due Monday at 9 00am online The first five problems are integration by parts and the last two are powers of trigonometric functions like we began discussing at the end of class today Homework due Wednesday October 28 Finish the problems that we started working on in Monday s class Section 7 3 15 21 41 25 and 39 as well as int sec 3x tan 5x dx Be sure that you have completed all of them Go directly to your groups on Wednesday morning when you arrive in class and compare your answers I will ask specific groups to put up specific problems before or soon after class begins Work practice exercises on Section 7 3 on WeBWorK This is due Wednesday at 9 00am online Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 7 5 on this handout This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class Homework due Thursday October 29 Section 3 the 11 15 class We did not have an opportunity to talk about other forms we might see and how to choose the substitution Make a table with the headings Form Correlate to Restriction Substitution The first row you should be able to fill in based on the example we did in class the form we worked on was a 2 x 2 for some constant a where our a was 5 etc There are two other rows to complete See how much of them you can fill in and we will discuss it at the beginning of lab Work on the problems from the group work sheet you received at the end of Monday s class Try to complete at least problems 1 3 and 4 before the beginning of lab all of them would be great We will spend some time working on these before we work on the regular lab Homework due Friday October 30 Complete the Main Exercises Assignment for Week 9 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class Work practice exercises on Section 7 4 on WeBWorK This is due Friday at 9 00am online Don t wait until an exam is imminent to ask questions if you have them Please come to my office hours visit the Math Intern and send me emails whenever you find something you are unsure about Also do extra practice problems such as extra fun and odd problems in the text on material with which you do not feel confident If you find yourself going to the Math Intern regularly make sure you are coming to at least one of my office hours as well WEEK 8 October 19 October 23 Our second exam covering sections 6 1 6 7 will be on Thursday October 22nd in Gulick 206A our normal lab space Homework due Monday October 19 Review the pumping fluid exercises that we did in Friday s class Make sure that the way we set up the integrals make sense to you Then evaluate the integrals we set up to be sure you agree with the final answers I wrote on the board Read through the handout that I gave you at the end of Friday s class Try to fill in the blanks Use your textbook as a reference for example if you need to remember what the Intermediate Value Theorem says However remember that we are looking at the derivation of the formula for surface area in a slightly different way than the text Be ready to share your ideas of how to fill in the blanks with the class at the beginning of class on Monday Week 7 Lab is due at the beginning of Monday s class One from each group Be sure you meet with your group to review each other s final write ups prior to Monday s class so that everyone agrees that each group member s set of solutions is a good one I will roll the die to see which group member will turn in her hir his paper Be sure you send your lab to class with someone else if there is a reason you cannot be there Work practice exercises on Section 6 7 on WeBWorK This is due Monday at 9 00am online I encourage you to do MORE practice problems from the text Remember that answers to odd problems are in the back Homework due Wednesday October 21 Finish the problems on the groupwork sheet that we were working on in Monday s class surface area and work Be sure that you have completed all of them Go directly to your groups on Wednesday morning when you arrive in class and compare your answers I will ask specific groups to put up specific problems soon after class begins The sooner we work through these the more time we will have for general review at the end of class so please come prepared Work practice exercises on Sections 6 7 and 6 6 on WeBWorK This is due Wednesday at 9 00am online Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 7 3 on this handout This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class Carefully read this Review Sheet Work on the suggested problems on that sheet and or use any odd problem from any of the sections we have done to practice Remember that you can go back to redo WeBWorK problems too I will give you a hard copy of the review sheet in class on Wednesday Also bring questions to class on Wednesday We will review the surface area and pumping fluids groupwork we were doing at the end of Monday s class then discuss Section 7 2 and lastly discuss the review sheet and other questions you have The more prepared you are with having worked through the problems on the handout from the end of Monday s class the more time we will have at the end of class You could even meet with your group ahead of time The Week 6 Lab Key has been taken off line now If you have questions about it please send me an email The Week 7 Lab Key has been taken off line now If you have questions about it please send me an email Homework due Thursday October 22 Prepare for Exam 2 Have confidence in your abilities Be sure to review the lab keys for Week 6 and Week 7 posted above Arrive on time to lab in Gulick 206A Use all the tables and space yourselves out Homework due Friday October 23 Work practice exercises on Section 7 2 on WeBWorK This is due Friday at 9 00am online There are only two problems here They ask you to choose u and dv first so you can be sure whether or not you have chosen correctly Remember that experimenting is good Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 7 4 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class THERE IS NO MAIN EXERCISES ASSIGNMENT DUE THIS WEEK WEEK 7 October 12 October 16 Have a Great Fall Break Homework due Wednesday October 14 Week 6 Lab is due at the beginning of Wednesday s class One from each group Be sure you meet with your group to review each other s final write ups prior to Wednesday s class so that everyone agrees that each group member s set of solutions is a good one I will roll the die to see which group member will turn in his her hir paper Be sure you send your lab to class with someone else if there is a reason you cannot be there Review your notes from Friday s class Finish the arc length problem we were working on at the end of class Then think of an alternate way of solving the problem You should get the same answer both ways Be sure to do the second arc length problem Section 6 5 9 page 450 as well Remember that odd answers are in the back of the text Be ready to share your work in full class discussion at the beginning of class Try Exercise 31 in Section 6 5 on page 450 It is good to practice the Explain why or why not questions Go back and try others in previous sections Work practice exercises on Section 6 5 on WeBWorK This is due Wednesday at 9 00am online Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 6 6 on this handout This is due Wednesday at the beginning of class Homework due Friday October 16 Review the spring examples that we did in Wednesday s class as a class and then in group work Be sure that you have completed both of them and they make sense Complete the Main Exercises Assignment for Week 7 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class Complete the Reading Assignment for Sections 7 1 and 7 2 on this handout This is due Friday at the beginning of class Work practice exercises on Section 6 7 on WeBWorK The first question is about finding work when you are given a force function The other four are working with springs Be sure to read the questions carefully They are not all asking for the same thing and do not all start by giving you the same information This is due Friday at 9 00am online Our next exam is next week Don t wait until next week to ask questions if you have them Please come to my office hours visit the Math Intern and send me emails whenever you find something you are unsure about WEEK 6 October 5 October 9 Homework due Monday October 5 Finish the groupwork problems that we did in Friday s class volumes of solids of revolution including around axes other than the x axis and y axis Be sure that you have completed all of them and they make sense Go directly to your groups on Monday morning when you arrive in class and compare your answers I will ask specific groups to put up specific problems soon after class begins THERE IS NO LAB ASSIGNMENT DUE THIS WEEK EITHER You should be working on your Exam Bonus AND reviewing ALL your work on Exam 1 Be sure to read my comments and rework any problems for which you did not receive full credit even if it isn t the one you are turning in on your bonus assignment I will not be collecting exam rewrites except for the one you put on your bonus assignment but you should do it and come see me for any questions you have ALSO take note of the things that you did do WELL Work practice exercises on Section 6 3 on WeBWorK This is due Monday at 9 00am online Complete the Reading Assignment for Section 6 5 on this handout This is due Monday at the beginning of class Bonus Assignment due Tuesday October 6 The Exam 1 Bonus is due at 2 00pm in my office You may turn it in any time before that either in class on Monday or at my office sliding it under my door if I am not there Remember that if you would like to discuss this with someone besides yourself you must talk to me Be sure to come to office hours or make an appointment well in advance if my office hours do not work for you Homework due Wednesday October 7 Review your notes from Monday s class Set up and solve the integral for the example that we were doing at the end of class with the region bounded by y x and y x 2 rotated about the y axis using the shell method Then set up the integral using the disk method Evaluate both integrals Do you get the same answers Be ready to share your work in full class discussion at the beginning of class Work practice exercises on Section 6 4 on WeBWorK This is due Wednesday at 9 00am online The first two ask you to use the

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Open archived version from archive - Math 204 - Fall 2003

12 03 03 Those who attended the Math Tea on Thursday November 20th and would like to count that seminar towards their participation grade must turn in a one page paper about the seminar by Wednesday December 03 2003 Homework 11 Due 12 03 03 at 11 15am Section 4 5 10 14 40 Section 4 6 4 8 22 26 for n 3 Moral Homework 11 Read Sections 4 5 4 6 Self Quizzes Sections 4 5 4 6 Section 4 5 9 11 17 19 29 Section 4 6 7 9 21 23 25 Seminar Paper Due 11 19 03 Those who attended the Math Tea on Wednesday November 12th and would like to count that seminar towards their participation grade must turn in a one page paper about the seminar by Wednesday November 19 2003 Homework 10 Due 11 19 03 at 11 15am Section 4 4 4 12 16 18 Section 4 5 Prove Theorem 4 5 8 A set of vectors is linearly dependent iff one of them is a linear combination of the others Moral Homework 10 Read Section 4 4 Self Quiz Section 4 4 Section 4 4 3 7 9 11 Seminar Paper Due 11 12 03 Those who attended the Math Tea on Monday November 3rd and would like to count that seminar towards their participation grade must turn in a one page paper about the seminar by Wednesday November 12 2003 Homework 9 Due 11 12 03 at 11 15am Section 4 2 22 Section 4 3 6 10 18 24 Moral Homework 9 Read Sections 4 2 4 3 Self Quiz Sections 4 2 4 3 Section 4 2 3 5 7 11 13 15 If the example is a vector space show axioms i iii iv and vi hold If the example is not a vector space list the axioms that do not hold and show that they do not hold Section 4 3 3 15 19 23 Exam 2 Wednesday November 5 2003 11 10am 12 15pm Moral Homework Skim Chapter 3 Section 3 1 13 Section 2 4 13 15 19 Seminar Paper Due 10 29 03 Those who attended the Math Tea on Wednesday October 22nd and would like to count that seminar towards their participation grade must turn in a one page paper about the seminar by Wednesday October 29 2003 Homework 8 Due 10 29 03 at 11 15am Section 2 2 12 14 22 24 32 Section 2 4 8 16 Moral Homework 8 Read Sections 2 2 2 3 2 4 Self Quiz Sections 2 2 2 4 Section 2 2 3 7 19 21 27 odd 28 31 Section 2 4 9 11 17 Homework 7 Due 10 22 03 at 11 15am Section 1 11 6 12 Section 2 1 4 13 make up a different example from those in the back of the book 14 if and only if proof Moral Homework 7 Read Sections 1 11 2

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Open archived version from archive - Math 232 - Spring 2006

worksheet Full assignment available Be sure to justify your answers Please staple your work and use pencil Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Friday March 31 Finish the worksheet from class You need not put this in your journal Start reading Section 14 6 in the text Work write up problems 47 on page 939 Section 14 5 and 1 on page 950 Section 14 6 Catch up on journal work WEEK 9 Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Wednesday March 22 Rework in your journal any questions from the exam that are not due on Friday and for which you missed significant points Read Section 14 3 in the text pages 909 919 Work write up problems 3 see page 910 5 explain your answers 9 31 43 55 and 73 on pages 919 22 Section 14 3 Optional problems 21 33 37 39 45 49 59 and 69 on pages 920 1 Section 14 3 Collected Homework BONUS Due Friday March 24 10 10AM Remember that this is to be your own work Turn in your exam 2 with your assignment Complete this worksheet Full assignment available Be sure to justify your answers Please staple your work and use pencil Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Friday March 24 Start reading Section 14 4 in the text pages 923 925 Work write up problem 85 on page 922 Section 14 3 Work write up problems 3 5 17 and 21 on page 930 Section 14 4 HAVE A GREAT SPRING BREAK WEEK 8 There will be two computer science talks this week One on Monday at 4 00 by Dr Barbara Lerner and one on Thursday by Marc Corliss Reminder Our second exam is in class Wednesday March 8th Your journals will be collected that day as well Catch up on any journal problems left undone to help review for the exam and improve your journal grade There will be no additional collected assignment this week Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Monday March 6 Write the proof part of our last example from class on Friday This does not need to go in your journal Finish reading Section 14 2 in the text pages 905 908 Work write up problems 1 11 15 23 and 33 on pages 908 9 Section 14 2 Work write up problems 17 29 and 31 on pages 908 909 Section 14 2 WEEK 7 Thursday at 4 45PM in Lansing 300 Kristin Camenga a graduate student in mathematics at Cornell University will be speaking on A Tale of Two Proofs Friday at 4 00PM in Lansing 300 Dr Imre Tuba will be speaking on Braids Knots and Windows Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Monday February 27 Finish reading Section 13 4 in the text Work write up problems 41 and 45 on pages 869 70 Section 13 3 Work write up problems 5 7 13 and 15 on pages 878 79 Section 13 4 Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Wednesday March 1 Finish reading Section 14 1 in the text pages 887 897 There are some great pictures there Work write up problems 17 a and 35 on page 879 Section 13 4 Work write up problems 5 13 30 43 and 53 57 odd on pages 898 901 Section 14 1 Optional problems 35 page 879 Section 13 4 9 15 17 35 pages 898 899 Section 14 1 Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Friday March 3 Start reading Section 14 2 in the text pgs 902 904 Work problems 7 9 13 and 19 from Section 14 2 of the text pg 908 Collected Homework Due Friday March 3 10 10AM Complete this worksheet Full assignment available Be sure to justify your answers Please staple your work and use pencil WEEK 6 Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Monday February 20 Finish reading Section 13 2 in the text pages 856 860 Work write up problems 25 29 31 35 and 39 on pages 861 2 Section 13 2 Optional problems 23 and 37 pages 862 3 Section 13 2 Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Wednesday February 22 Start reading Section 13 3 in the text pages 862 864 Work write up problems 3 9 and 11 on page 868 Section 13 3 Optional problems 1 and 5 page 868 Section 13 3 Collected Homework Due Friday February 24 10 10AM Complete this worksheet Full assignment available Be sure to justify your answers Please staple your work and use pencil Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Friday February 24 Finish reading Section 13 3 in the text pages 864 868 Work write up problems 15 27 33 and 39 on page 869 Section 13 3 Optional problems 19 21 and 23 page 869 Section 13 3 WEEK 5 Note We will have two computer science candidates speaking this week Stephen Davies will speak on Tuesday at 4PM and Paul Schermerhorn will speak on Wednesday at 4PM Both talks will be in Lansing 300 with refreshments being served beginning at 3 30 in Lansing 310 Remember that you are required to attend two talks this semester one of which should be mathematics and one which can be either mathematics or computer science You also can receive bonus points for attending additional talks Note Because of the visiting candidates this week my office hours on Tuesday and Wednesday will be a little different On Tuesday I will be available to answer quick questions between 3 30 and 4 00 On Wednesday my office hours will be 12 30 1 30 As always if you need to see me and these times don t work for you please speak with me or email me to make an appointment Prepare the following Journal Homework for class Monday February 13 Read Section 12 6 in the text pages 832 837 Work write up problems 1 11 21 27 odd and

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Open archived version from archive - MATH 278 - Spring 2015

Wednesday April 8 by 4 00pm Complete the problems on this handout Notebook Problems This week s notebook problems are also on this handout Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework 2 notebook problems must be done on your own and 3 you should give extra attention to form for these proofs You may also resubmit the Notebook problems that were due March 9 this is the last chance for this one March 23 or April 1 Note that you may turn in your resubmissions on any day of the week up to one month after they were originally due Remember that you must turn in your previous draft s with any resubmission Please do not write on your previous submissions after they have been returned Reading Assignment for class Thursday April 9 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Be sure to work on the proof of the third part of Theorem 3 24 Remember to try using the definition of divides sooner in the proof than we did on Tuesday Reread read pages 49 52 of Chapter 3 and start reading Chapter 4 Prove Theorems 3 24 3 27 3 28 3 29 and 4 6 Remember to do the exercises and questions too Please come and discuss them with me if you are having difficulty finishing them on your own WEEK 10 March 30 April 3 Quiz 4 will be on Thursday April 2nd It will cover material beginning on page 35 through what we cover in Tuesday s class Reading Assignment for class Tuesday March 24 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs every class and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Review our proofs to Question 3 7 and Corollary 3 9 that we did right at the end of class Bring questions to office hours or class if there is anything unclear Reread read pages 45 49 of Chapter 3 Prove Theorems 3 14 3 16 3 17 and 3 20 Remember to do the exercises too Please come and discuss them with me if you are having difficulty finishing them on your own Collected Homework Due Wednesday April 1 No Foolin by 4 00pm Complete the problems on this handout Notebook Problems This week s notebook problems are also on this handout Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework 2 notebook problems must be done on your own and 3 you should give extra attention to form for these proofs You may also resubmit the Notebook problems that were due February 23 this is the last chance for this one March 9 or March 23 Note that you may turn in your resubmissions on any day of the week up to one month after they were originally due I am adding a little flexibility with the one month rule due to spring break Remember that you must turn in your previous draft s with any resubmission Please do not write on your previous submissions after they have been returned Reading Assignment for class Thursday April 2 Remember that class will begin with a quiz The topics we discussed in class on Tuesday are included in the material from which the quiz is taken Be sure you ask me questions if it does not make sense Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present After the quiz Mark Duncan and Hermione will present 3 16 and Justine and Chris will present 3 17 Be sure to meet before Thursday s class so that you are ready to do this Please ask me questions if you have them Reread read pages 45 49 of Chapter 3 Prove Theorems 3 16 3 17 3 19 3 20 and 3 24 Remember to do the exercises and questions too Please come and discuss them with me if you are having difficulty finishing them on your own WEEK 9 March 23 27 Have a great spring break Collected Homework Due Monday March 23 by 4 00pm Complete the problems on this handout Notebook Problems This week s notebook problems are also on this handout Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework 2 notebook problems must be done on your own and 3 you should give extra attention to form for these proofs You may also resubmit the Notebook problems that were due February 16 this is the last chance for this one February 23 or March 9 Note that you may turn in your resubmissions on any day of the week up to one month after they were originally due I am adding a little flexibility with the one month rule due to spring break Remember that you must turn in your previous draft s with any resubmission Please do not write on your previous submissions after they have been returned Reading Assignment for class Tuesday March 24 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Read reread pages 35 42 of Chapter 2 Note that Exercise 2 40 asks you to do some research on the internet Bring some ideas about arithmetic progressions to class and be ready to discuss them Be sure you have worked through all the exercises Read pages 43 47 of Chapter 3 Now we return to congruences Don t forget your results from Chapter 1 Prove Theorems 3 8 and 3 14 Be sure to work through all the Exercises and Questions as well Reading Assignment for class Thursday March 26 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present If you have an alternate proof of Question 3 4 to the one that Justine presented put it on the board before class begins I would especially be interested in seeing if someone figured out how to apply the suggestions in the text in the paragraph before 3 4 Reread read pages 44 48 of Chapter 3 Prove Theorems 3 8 and 3 14 and Corollary 3 9 Be sure to work through all the Exercises and Questions as well EXAM BONUS Due Friday March 27 at 3 00pm Rework your exam for up to half points back You may also do the bonus problem If you choose to do this assignment and you should you must 1 complete it entirely on your own except for your book class notes and discussions with me 2 give extra attention to form as this is bonus and you do not have a time crunch and 3 turn in your original exam with your resubmission Note that you do not have to rewrite the entire exam in order to submit the bonus you need only rewrite those problems for which you wish to earn back points WEEK 8 March 9 13 Quiz 3 will be on Thursday March 12th It will cover material beginning on page 27 through what we cover in Tuesday s class Collected Homework Due Monday March 9 by 4 00pm Complete the problems on this handout Note that more was added on Friday Notebook Problems This week s notebook problems are also on this handout Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework 2 notebook problems must be done on your own and 3 you should give extra attention to form for these proofs You may also resubmit the Notebook problems that were due February 9 this is the last chance for this one February 16 or February 23 Note that you may turn in your resubmissions on any day of the week up to one month after they were originally due Remember that you must turn in your previous draft s with any resubmission Please do not write on your previous submissions after they have been returned Reading Assignment for class Tuesday March 10 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Meet with your group to finalize your proof for Theorem 2 34 Each group should start putting your proof on the board as soon as you arrive to class Keep experimenting with evaluating pi n for larger numbers I will be interested in hearing about your progress with this Read reread pages 35 42 of Chapter 2 Prove or revise your proofs to Theorems 2 35 there are several ways to do this and I would love to see more than one from the class 2 37 and 2 38 The MAA s NumberADay website seems to have stopped being updated unfortunately You can check out the history of past postings however to see some interesting facts and properties of numbers Do go to the What s Special About This Number Website Choose three of your favorite numbers and see what you can find out about them Be ready to share with the class Note that these websites have been posted at the top of the page here Reading Assignment for class Thursday March 12 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Review the notes we took on proving Theorem 2 38 and write a nice version of the proof to share If you want to claim it you can start putting it on the board before class starts but you must be sure it can hide behind the screen during the quiz so put it front and center Read reread pages 35 42 of Chapter 2 Note that Exercise 2 40 asks you to do some research on the internet Bring some ideas about arithmetic progressions to class and be ready to discuss them Be sure you have worked through all the exercises Start reading Chapter 3 Prepare Exercise 3 1 We didn t talk about our favorite numbers and the facts you discovered about them last time so be sure you have done this The MAA s NumberADay website seems to have stopped being updated unfortunately You can check out the history of past postings however to see some interesting facts and properties of numbers Do go to the What s Special About This Number Website Choose three of your favorite numbers and see what you can find out about them Be ready to share with the class Note that these websites have been posted at the top of the page here WEEK 7 March 2 6 Rememember our first exam will be Sunday March 1st at 4 00pm in Napier 202 Since we have an exam on Sunday afternoon you do not have a collected assignment due on Monday Concentrate on preparing for class on Tuesday Also remember that you can resubmit Notebook problems The last day I will accept a resubmission for the problem originally due on February 2 is Tuesday Due to needing to cover another professor s class this week my office hours Wednesday of this week are altered They are Wednesday March 4th 3 15 4 15PM If you cannot make these times and need to see me please email me and make an appointment Reading Assignment for class Tuesday March 3 Remember you should be prepared to present at least one proof in class and should work through all the exercises in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Prepare a proof by induction of Lemma 2 8 We did the base cases in class but it would be great to see the whole thing Feel free to start putting it on the board before class Keep experimenting with evaluating pi n for larger numbers I will be interested in hearing about your progress with this Reread pages 31 33 of Chapter 2 Prove or revise your proofs to Theorems 2 9 2 18 2 19 and 2 20 Remember that a reading assignment includes working through all exercises examples and QUESTIONS in the reading as well proving solving the specified Theorems and Lemmas so that you are ready to ask questions about discuss and present the material Reading Assignment for class Thursday March 5 Remember you should be prepared to present at least two proofs and should work through all the exercises examples and questions in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me and each other questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Keep experimenting with evaluating pi n for larger numbers I will be interested in hearing about your progress with this Reread pages 31 33 of Chapter 2 Prove or revise your proofs to Theorems 2 18 2 19 2 20 and 2 32 2 34 WEEK 6 February 23 27 Rememember our first exam will be Sunday March 1st at 4 00pm in Napier 202 Collected Homework Due Monday February 23 by 4 00pm Complete the problems on this handout Notebook Problems This week s notebook problems are also on this handout Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework 2 notebook problems must be done on your own and 3 you should give extra attention to form for these proofs You may also resubmit the Notebook problems that were due February 2 February 9 or February 16 Note that you may turn in your resubmissions on any day of the week up to one month after they were originally due Remember that you must turn in your previous draft s with any resubmission Please do not write on your previous submissions after they have been returned Reading Assignment for class Tuesday February 24 Remember you should be prepared to present at least one proof in class and should work through all the exercises in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later You can of course always ask me questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Prepare a proof by induction of Theorem 2 1 Mark will be presenting it to us at the beginning of class on Tuesday Read pages 29 33 of Chapter 2 Prove or revise your proofs to Theorems 2 3 and 2 7 Then jump ahead and prove Theorem 2 27 before you prove Lemma 2 8 Hint Perhaps use Theorem 2 27 Then try proving Theorems 2 9 and 2 18 From now on assume that any Questions in the reading should be addressed the same way exercises and examples always are That is do ALL of them Reading Assignment for class Thursday February 26 Remember you should be prepared to present at least one proof in class and should work through all the exercises in the reading If you cannot solve a proof move on to the next Theorem and try again later There are some more straight forward proofs in this set so everyone should be able to presnt at least two You can of course always ask me questions Come to class ready to claim which theorems you are ready to present Now that you have a huge table of primes experiment with evaluating pi n for larger numbers Do you think you need to change your original conjecture or do these experiments confirm your previous ideas Use proof by contraposition to prepare a proof of the second half of Theorem 2 3 Chris will do this for us at the beginning of class but everyone should be prepared to do it Review Euclid s Lemma and see why it can help you do

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week Reading and Practice Problems for class Tuesday October 28 Read reread Chapter 4 in our text Pay special attention to the proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Cyclic Groups Remember to keep track of vocabulary Do exercises 9 13 29 39 and 49 from Chapter 4 in the text pages 82 5 Reading and Practice Problems for class Thursday October 30 Read reread Chapter 4 in our text Remember to keep track of vocabulary Do exercises 23 25 35 43 and 47 from Chapter 4 in the text pages 83 84 Collected Assignment Due Friday October 31 by 3 00PM Exercises 10 and 12 from Chapter 4 in the text page 82 Exercises 14 46 52 and 54 from Chapter 4 in the text pages 83 85 Notebook Problem Exercise 20 from Chapter 4 in the text page 83 Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework and 2 notebook problems must be done on your own You may also resubmit any of the Notebook problems that were due October 10 October 17 or October 24 Remember that you must turn in your first draft with any resubmission WEEK 8 Quiz 4 on Tuesday covering everything we discussed in class since the exam Reading and Practice Problems for class Tuesday October 21 Make a Cayley table for the group of one to one functions from a set of three elements onto itself Compare your table with the table for D3 Start reading Chapter 4 in our text Remember to keep track of vocabulary Do exercises 11 17 and 21 from Chapter 4 in the text pages 82 3 Reading and Practice Problems for class Thursday October 23 Keep working on comparing the group of one to one functions from a set of three elements onto itself with the group D3 Read pages 73 76 of Chapter 4 in our text Remember to keep track of vocabulary Do exercises 15 19 and 27 from Chapter 4 in the text page 83 I will be looking for a volunteer to present number 15 Collected Assignment Due Friday October 24 by 3 00PM Exercise 52 from Chapter 3 in the text page 71 Exercises 24 and 38 from Chapter 4 in the text pages 83 84 Exercises 18 and 22 from Chapter 4 in the text page 83 Explain your answers Notebook Problem Exercise 30 Hint Use centralizers from Chapter 4 in the text page 84 Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework and 2 notebook problems must be done on your own You may also resubmit any of the Notebook problems that were due Friday September 26 last chance for this one October 10 or October 17 Remember that you must turn in your first draft with any resubmission WEEK 7 Have a great break Since there is no Tuesday this week we will have no quiz this week Reading and Practice Problems for class Thursday October 16 Finish the group worksheet from class We will be beginning class by discussing and having group presentations on different parts of the worksheet Do exercises 1 7 odd from Chapter 4 in the text page 82 Collected Assignment Due Friday October 17 by 3 00PM Exercises 34 and 36 from Chapter 3 in the text page 69 Exercises 38 and 40 from Chapter 3 in the text page 70 Note that these two go together and that you are asked to make conjectures but you are NOT asked to prove them Just give a brief explanation of how you came up with them Notebook Problem Exercise 24 from Chapter 3 of our text page 68 Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework and 2 notebook problems must be done on your own You may also resubmit any of the Notebook problems that were due Friday September 19 last chance for this one September 26 or October 10 Remember that you must turn in your first draft with any resubmission WEEK 6 Since our first exam was Thursday we will have no quiz this week Reading and Practice Problems for class Tuesday October 7 Continue reading Chapter 3 in our text Remember to keep track of vocabulary Catch up on Chapter 3 practice problems Also do exercises 13 31 and 33 from Chapter 3 in the text pages 67 69 Reading and Practice Problems for class Thursday October 9 Read Chapter 3 in our text Remember to keep track of vocabulary Preferably without referring to your text finish the first side of the groupwork sheet from class problems 1 5 We will spend time in groups on Thursday but it is expected that you will just be checking your solutions for 1 5 with your groupmates not starting from scratch The majority of class time spent on groupwork should be on the second half of the worksheet Do exercises 15 some of you were already noticing this result and 19 from Chapter 3 in the text page 68 Do Supplementary Exercises 5 and 9 on page 91 there is a reason I am asking you to do both Be sure to look at these two even if it is just to understand what the problems are asking I am hoping that someone will present them in class Collected Assignment Due Friday October 10 by 3 00PM Complete the problem on this handout Exercises 12 and 18 from Chapter 3 in the text pages 67 68 Exercise 16 from Chapter 3 in the text page 68 Supplementary Exercise 4 on page 90 note you will need the definition in exercise 3 Notebook Problem Exercise 14 from Chapter 3 of our text page 68 Remember 1 Turn these in on a separate piece of paper from your other homework and 2 notebook problems must be done on your own You may also resubmit any of the Notebook problems that were due Friday September

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11 00 office hours 11 15 12 10 CPSC 225 lab T 11 55 1 20 Rosenberg 009 12 00 STEM FLC 12 15 1 15 alternate weeks faculty lunch 12 15 1 15 1 00 CPSC 225 MWF 1 55 2 50 Eaton 111 CPSC 225 MWF 1 55 2 50 Eaton 111 CPSC 225 MWF 1 55 2 50 Eaton 111 2 00 office hours 2 00 4

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lab Tu 11 55am 1 20pm Rosenberg 009 TF Hours TBD Course Links Syllabus syllabus including links to handouts assignments reading material pretty much everything you want on a daily basis is here Textbook online copy of the textbook Course Information course description textbook information etc Assessment what you ll be graded on and how policies on attendance late work extensions and so forth and resources if you need help

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Meeting Place Lecture MWF 10 10 11 05am Napier 202 Course Links Syllabus syllabus including links to handouts assignments reading material pretty much everything you want on a daily basis is here Course Information course description textbook information etc Assessment what you ll be graded on and how policies on attendance late work extensions and so forth and resources if you need help Course Policies other course policies including collaboration

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