================================================================================== HW1: R&S (Read and Study) Our text, pages v-vii (preface), and 1-4. Also look at these two links: link1 link2 Due: Start of class, Thursday, 8/24 ================================================================================== HW2: 0.1 (pg 27) #'s 1,2; Identify the definitions and/or theorems used in the text proof of Theorem 0.2, v. (Like I did with Theorem 0.1). R&S pgs 4-8. Section 0.1 for our text Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 8/29 ================================================================================== HW3: 0.1 (pg 27) #'s 1,2,4,finish adding reasons to Thm 0.2v (this will be picked up for a grade) Note: I made a serious mistake in assigning exercise 4. I misread the question! I did not want you to prove part ii of Thm 0.3, I wanted you to prove part ii of Thm 0.2! (My comments in class indicated this, but what a mistake! I am so sorry! I hope you didn't waste many hours on Thm 0.3ii!) Due: Start of class, Thursday, 8/31 ================================================================================== HW4: 0.1 (pg 27) #'s 3,5 (For problem 3, use the textbook proof of part Thm 0.2v as a guide and be sure to include reasons for each statement) R&S pgs 5-7. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/5 ================================================================================== HW5: Do the Part 2 proof on slide 7 of the Set Theory Handout. R&S slides 1-16 on the Set Theory Handout. Textbook Exercise 9. Set Theory Handout I mentioned Fermat's Last Theorem in class on 9/3. Here is a good link giving more information about it Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/7 ================================================================================== Our first test over Theorem 0.2 will be on Tuesday, 9/12 ================================================================================== HW6: Do examples 1-7 on this handout R&S pgs 5-8a of our text. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/19 ================================================================================== HW7: Show that (5n + 3) / (n^2 + n) is a decreasing function. Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/21 ================================================================================== HW8: Do exercise 11 from the text (Prove Thm 0.4 ii); R&S pgs 8-11; Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/26 ================================================================================== HW10: Finish labeling the definitions and theorems in section 0.2 Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/28 ================================================================================== HW11: Do exercises 13-17 from the text; R&S pgs 12-16 Each student should pick one of these and put it on the board at the start of class. Sign your work and each student do a different problem. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/3 ================================================================================== HW12: Write up a list of theorems and definitions for section 0.3 on Mathematical Induction and Recursion, like we did for section 0.2. Please have a copy of these to give to me and keep a copy for yourself. R&S pgs 12-16. Due: Start of class, Thursday, 10/5 ================================================================================== HW13: Do problems 19-20 on the Chapter 0 exercises (pg. 28); You will need to put these up on the board at the start of class. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/10 ================================================================================== HW14: Do problems 21,24 and 29 on the Chapter 0 exercises (pg. 28); I will pick these up for a grade. R&S pgs 16-20 in our text. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/17 ================================================================================== Our second test over Mathematical Induction Proofs will be on Thursday, 10/19 ================================================================================== HW15: Finish the list of theorems and definitions from section 0.4 that I gave out in class on Thursday. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/24 ================================================================================== HW16: a) Create a list of theorems and definitions from section 0.5. b) Create a list of important and/or notable results from 0.5, like the example I gave out in class for 0.4. Due: Start of class, Thursday, 10/26 ================================================================================== HW17: a) R&S pgs 33-49 (sections 1.1-1.3). b) Create a list of theorems and definitions from sections 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3. c) Create a list of important and/or notable results from sections 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/31 ================================================================================== HW18: a) R&S pgs 63-69 (section 2.1). b) Create a list of theorems and definitions from section 2.1. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/7 ================================================================================== HW19: a) R&S pgs 69-76 (sections 2.2-2.3). b) Create a list of theorems and definitions from section 2.2 and 2.3. Due: Start of class, Thursday, 11/9 ================================================================================== HW20: a) R&S pgs 83-104 (sections 3.1-3.4). b) Create a list of theorems and definitions from sections 3.1-3.4. c) Do exercises 1,2 from the Chapter 2 Exercises, pg 79 Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/14 ================================================================================== HW21: a) R&S pgs 111-129 (chapter 4). b) Create a list of theorems and definitions from chapter 4. Due: Start of class, Thursday, 11/16 ================================================================================== HW22: a) R&S pgs 137-165 (chapter 5). b) Create a list of theorems and definitions from chapter 5. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/21 ================================================================================== ==================================================================================
The final exam for MAT3351.01 (meets T/Th 10:40) is on Thursday (12/7) from 3:15 - 5:15PM in this room. Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device) and your study sheets.
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