C'mon in! On my Teaching Page you will find useful information for students in all of my classes, as well as what to do in case of difficulties browsing/printing my webpages.
You will need two copies (it is absolutely ok to make photocopies) since you will need one pristine copy for exams, and one copy that you will write on for extensions of theorems.
|Fri20Sep||A-class (pdf)||Chapter 1, binary operators and relations.
NOTE: Because I didn't ask what I meant to on the bonus question, everyone will earn a full 10 points on it.
|Mon14Oct||B-class (pdf)||Chapter 2, Induction arguments.|
|26Nov2002||C-class (pdf)||Chapters 3,4 (but skipping the material on decimal expansions). The exam will include material we covered in-class on algebraic numbers, integral domains, etc.|
|08Dec2002||D-home (pdf)||This is the final project/exam, done in teams. Your
solutions to the essay questions must be carefully typed,
(But if you need to handwrite a last-minute addition,
that is fine.)
The exam is due, slid u n d e r my office door (Little Hall 402, Northeast corner) , by Sunday, 15Dec2002 no later than 2PM.
Part of the Autumn 2001 page:
|01Oct. Mon||Exam A (pdf). Chapter A, theorems and definitions. Here are purported solutions to Exam A.|
|26Oct. Fri||Exam B (pdf). Chapters B and parts of 3. Here are alleged answers to B2, to B4.|
|12Dec. Wed||Exam C (pdf). from 7:30AM to 9:30AM in our classroom. Please bring blank paper and full brain —and a pristine copy of Prof. Sigmon's notes.|
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