Welcome to Autumn2013: MHF3202 2787 Sets.&.Logic MWF6 LIT205 (SE)
Prof. Jonathan King squash@ufl.edu (eddress)
Office: 402 Little Hall (Top floor, NE corner) 392-0281 x270
"Maximize x, y and z."
If I am not in the office then it is best to EMAIL me, as I don't
remotely pick-up phone messages. If urgent, then telephone to the
secretaries at 392-0281.x221 and they can contact me at home.
OFFICE HOURS: http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/info.jksched.html
My OHs will >>VARY<< during the semester, so please check the webpage.
Currently, OHs are: Mon. and Wed. 7th period [13:55-14:45],
Fri., 5th period [11:45-12:35].
COURSE PAGES: http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/teaching.html
http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/course.selo.2013t.html
Archive: I'll email the eddress for posting, and the URL for browsing.
>> Please keep our archive private to our class.
Text: "How to prove it" (2nd edition) by Daniel J. Velleman,
Cambridge University Press, 2006. ISBN-13: 978-0521675994.
EXAMS: In addition to pop quizzes, there will be several exams; see our
course webpage. All of my classes have CP (class participation) grade,
based on Posting to our Archive, Speaking in class, and in OHs/appt.,
helping other students during OHs., etc. There will be NO final exam;
rather, a /typed/ FINAL PROJECT, due Friday, 06Dec2013, by NOON.
SYLLABUS: The entire text. Both mathematical induction and Cantor's
theory of infinite cardinalities will be moved earlier the semester. In
the induction section we will cover some combinatorial graph theory.
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HOMEWORK: For Friday, 23Aug2013, please read chapter 1.
I do not collect written HW. Rather, a substantial part of
your CP grade comes from your posting solutions to the Archive. These
are not typically assigned; it depends on your own energy and motivation.
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CLASS-PHOTO DAY: Wednesday, 28Aug2013. Look sharp! Please
bring name-card with (optional but useful) your telephone number.
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Letters-of-recommendation (LORs): I base LOR substantially
on how a student "thinks on his feet".
I require have had /two/ courses with me
before asking for a LOR. See
http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/teaching.html#namelor
for important details.
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