Math 3345

 

ANNOUNCMENTS:

  • You can now find some selected solutions in the Homework section, and you can find Handouts in the Handouts and Reading section.
  • Final Exam Review Sheet
  • Final Exam Review session: F. 4-6 pm  April 20 BOLZ HALL 128
  • Erika’s big office hours day: Mon. 2-5 pm April 30, Math Tower 209; this is your last chance to discuss homework grade and ask questions before the final.  If you cannot make it and need assistance, please contact her for an appointment.
  • Final Exam Tuesday May 1 from 4 – 5:45 pm
  • April 13 Nice weather hand-out: Injective/Surjective + CauchySchwarz_hand-out

HOMEWORK: 

Assignment 13 (pdf) (due Friday, April 20 at beginning of class)

Assignment 12 (pdf, tex) (due Friday, April 13 at beginning of class) (solution to Exercise 1 (page 160))

Assignment 11 (pdf, tex) (due Friday, April 6 at beginning of class) (solutions to Exercises 8 (page 148) and Exercise 13 (page 149)) (solution to Exercise 20, page 129)

Assignment 10 (pdf, tex) (due Friday, March 30 at beginning of class*) (solutions to page 122 (3) , page 127 (15))

Assignment 9 (pdf, tex) (due Friday, March 23 at beginning of class).  Reading: Russel’s Paradox (wiki and youtube)

Assignment 8 (pdf, tex) and some review (primes, modular arithmetic, binomial theorem, abs. value) (due Wednesday, March 7 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment 7 (modular arithmetics, series, order properties of real numbers) (due Wednesday, February 28 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment 6 (due Wednesday, February 21 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment 5 (you need only do even exercises)  (due Wednesday, February 14 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment 4 (divisibility, proof, induction) (you need only do odd exercises 1- 27)  (due Wednesday, February 7 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment 3 (irrational numbers and divisors) (due Wednesday, January 31 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment 2 (logic and quantifiers) (due Wednesday, January 24 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

Assignment_1_(logic)  (due Wednesday, January 17 at the 1:50 pm in class (no late homework accepted)).

You are encouraged to write your homework using LaTex.  Here is a template as well as some additional help.

 

PROOF JOURNAL: Please look at all three documents below:

Proof Journal (INSTRUCTIONS)

Latex Template

Proof Journal (EXAMPLE)

*to clarify, this is counted as 15% of your final exam score

proof of the Binomial Theorem

HANDOUTS and READING:

Part 2: Injective/ Surjective hand-out (plus Cauchy-Schwarz) (Nice weather hand-out given on April 13)

Part 1: Injective/ Surjective hand-out

Set builder hand-out

Russel’s Paradox + Set builder hand-out

Caitlin’s question

Number theory handout

Proof using contrapositive, Proof by way of contradiction

Some notes on Modular Arithmetic (see section 2)

Mathematical Writing (Knuth)

OFFICE HOURS:

(We are very happy to help and to see you.  Please feel free to come by anytime or e-mail to let us to set up an appointment: Erika ( her first name @cimat.mx ), K. Taylor (my last name.2952@osu.edu)

  • Tuesday 4-5 pm (Math Tower 622, with K. Taylor)
  • Friday 4-6 pm (Bolz Hall 317, with Erika Roldan Roa)
  • by appointment (Math Tower 209, with Erika Roldan Roa)
  • Review session for Midterm II will be on Monday, March 5, in Bolz Hall 128, 5 pm – 7 pm
  • Starting March 30, EACH FRIDAY (4- 6 pm), we will have a homework/ review session in BOLZ HALL 317.

(*in case we cannot make it to the office, we will do our best to alert you via e-mail)

MIDTERMS

Final Exam and REVIEW SESSIONS:

  • Review sessions: F. 5-7 pm March 30 BOLZ 317
  • Review sessions: F. 4-6 pm  April 20 BOLZ HALL 128
  • Last chance to discuss homework grade and ask questions before the final w Erika: Mon., 2-5 pm April 30, 209 Math Tower
  • Final Exam Tuesday, May 1 4 – 5:45 pm

SYLLABUS: 

Syllabus_Taylor

 

MATH READING AND VIDEOS (more books and reading suggested in syllabus):

 

 

 

(found by Michael)

Fun math links (REUs, study abroad, what is math…)

pigeon hole principle (Meyer-2013)

 

 

 

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