It took a little while, but here is a wrap-up of our pages. The course is finished, the grades are in!
You can see all the scores and solutions on the "scores and docs" page.
I thoroughly enjoyed teaching this class -thanks to everyone who participated in solving homework problems!
Have a good rest of the break!
Homework for 4.1-4.3 should be turned in by Wednesday.
If you need to see me, schedule for office hours next week is as follows:
Monday, 10:00-1:30; Tuesday, 10:00-12:00 and 2:30-4:00; Wednesday, 9:00-10:30
Good luck on finals!
Exam 3, covering sections 4.1-4.3, is scheduled for Thursday. Check out the sample exam and test knowledge on the "scores and docs" page. By Saturday noon following the exam I will have your course grades so you can decide whether to take the final exam. I expect few people will take the final, so we can arrange it whenever we like.
On Tuesday, we will discuss homework for sections 4.2 and 4.3 and take any questions you may have ahead of exam 3. Homeworks over those sections will be due by the final exam.
Have a good Thanksgiving holiday!
On Tuesday, we continue our discussion of limits with section 4.2. I will not lecture over section 4.3, but we will discuss homework over it. Homework over section 4.1 is due on Monday.
Incidentally, in your email, you received an invitation to evaluate this course. I encourage you to do this evaluation and give feedback on my work.
After exam 2, everyone may relax. Well, unless you owe me homework for section 3.6, in which case you should not, since it is due on Tuesday.
On Tuesday we will start with section 4.1.
Exam 2 is scheduled for Thursday, covering sections 3.1-3.6. Check out sample exam 2 for some problems and test knowledge to see what theory knowledge is expected.
On Tuesday we will discuss homework in section 3.6 and take any questions ahead of the exam. Any homework brought to me by Tuesday I should be able to return on Wednesday.
On Tuesday we start with section 3.5. Homework over section 3.4 is due on Tuesday.
On Tuesday we will finish section 3.4 and discuss homework over sections 3.3 and 3.4. Those homeworks will be due on Thursday.
On Tuesday, we will finish section 3.3 and discuss homework from section 3.2, due for write-up on Thursday.
After the exam, everyone can take a breather. We'll continue discussion of limits of sequences on Tuesday.
Exam 1, covering sections 1.1-1.3, 2.1-2.4 is scheduled for Thursday. Check out sample exam 1 on the scores and docs page. Our exam will have the same format, with three problems to recall definitions or theorems, and then problems to select from.
On the same page you can find "Test knowledge", a file with a list of items to know for the exam. On Tuesday, I will lecture on some new material, and leave some 20-30 minutes for questions about the exam.
On Tuesday, we will discuss homework in Problem Farm 2 and section 2.3, and finish with material in section 2.4. Homework for PF 2 and 2.3 will be due on Thursday.
Our first exam will most likely be week after next.
On Tuesday, we will discuss homework in section 2.2, and continue with material in section 2.3 . Homework for 2.1 and 2.2 will be due on Thursday
On Tuesday, we will discuss homework in section 1.2 (mathematical induction). This homework will be due on Thursday.
Note my office hours have changed on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, we will discuss homework in section 1.3. Let's aim to have a write-up of 1.3 for Thursday.
Have a good long weekend!
On Tuesday, we will discuss review homework in section 1.1 and continue with material in section 1.3. Write-ups for PF.1 and 1.1 are due on Thursday.
Welcome to the course! Look around to familiarize yourself with the layout of these webpages. To get to other pages, click on "choose..." and select the page. The most often-used pages are near the top of the menu.
All documents (homework assignment, problem farm, etc.) can be found at the "scores and docs" page. A link to the often-used document homework is at the bottom of the list.
These pages will get more content as information becomes available. Check back often: useful information is provided in the "home" section (which you are reading), typically updated weekly.