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Our Teaching Page
has important information for my students.
(It has the
Notes, Exams and Links
from all of my previous courses.)
The Teaching Page has my schedule,
LOR guidelines,
and Usually Useful Pamphlets.
One of them is the
Checklist (pdf)
which gives pointers on competant mathematical writing.
Further information is at our
class-archive URL
(I email this private URL directly to students).
Available also is an exposition of Taylor's Thm on R.
Author: | Brown, Churchill | ISBN: | 978-0-07-338317-0 |
Year: | 2014 | Publisher: | McGraw-Hill |
Quantifiers ∀ and ∃ (“for all” and “there exists”) are like nitroglycerin, in that one little mis-step leads to the whole thing blowing up in your face.
There is no partial credit when it comes to Explosives and Quantifiers.
-JLF King
The various Math czars who help out:
Time | Computer | Blackboard | ES-Probs | Phone-list |
---|---|---|---|---|
Yasmeen | ? | ? | ? | ? |
The nifty
Class-W (pdf),
elicited shouts of enthusiasm. Admirers remarked on its minimalistic
two-tone format, and marveled at the essay question's similarity to
a proof done in class, and in PlexNotes. A Triumph!
,
declared all the major newspapers... and NPR!
Students added points to their Class-W score by typing up solutions to W-bonus. (The Bonus was due Monday, 08Nov2021.)
Class-X (pdf), went off without a hitch.
A panoply of nice Residue and Contour-integral problems led admirers to praise the straight-forwardness of the problems, and the simple yet elegant layout on the page.
The various Math czars who help out:
Time | Computer | Blackboard | ES-Probs | Phone-list |
---|---|---|---|---|
Everyone... | Leah & Harry | Christopher P. | ? | Mauricio |
I was chairman of the Complex Analysis Ph.D Exam committee this past year. (Other members were Prof.s Rao, Shen and Walsh.) Here is a copy of the Ph.D exam of 25May2000 (pdf).
Author: | Churchill, Brown. |
My intention is to treat the subject from a geometric point of view, and to give a number of applications both within and outside of mathematics. Plex 1999g syllabus is available.
Periodically, I update our list of
E-problems.
(E
stands for Extra.)
Below, I list problems from our textbook. I use P
and Pgs
to abbreviate Page(s)
and Sec
to abbr. Section(s).
Problems with an asterisk are either more important, or are
problems that I am more likely to ask you to solve at the blackboard.
Please hand-in problems listed as GRADED
. I will put comments on them and
hand them back to you. These are not counted towards your course grade other
than indirectly.
You should write up solutions for the other homework problems, but you should only hand them in if you are in doubt about the correctness of your solution.