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Syllabus

Topics in Mathematics Fall 2006 MTH108

The following calendar gives a timetable for the course. Your class may be slightly behind or ahead at any given time.

Below the calendar is a list of sections in the textbook "For All Practical PurposesMathematics Beyond the Numbers" by George T. Gilbert and Rhonda L. Hatcher.

Some of these may be done in class, others as homework. You should attempt them all. (Note: In the problem lists, a notation like 3-9 means that all the problems 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 are assigned.)

Week Event Sections Problems              
Sep 6 Classes begin September 6 1.1 1 -- 22
Sep 11   1.2 1 -- 14
Sep 18   1.3 1 -- 16
Sep 25   1.4 & 5 1.4: 1 -- 12, 1.5: 1 -- 7
Oct 2 Test 1, October 6   Review and project due Oct 4
Oct 9 No class October 9 2.1 1 -- 9
Oct 16   2.2 1 -- 15
Oct 23   2.3 1 -- 15
Oct 30 Last day to drop Oct 31   Review and project due Nov 8
Nov 6 Test 2, Nov 10   Review
Nov 13   3.1, 3.2 1 -- 30; 3.2: 1 -- 26
Nov 20   3.3 1 -- 36
Nov 27 Test 3, Dec 1 3.4 1 -- 22
Dec 4   3.5 1 -- 22
Dec 11 Last day of class Dec 11    
  Final Exam   Dec 15, sec 2 and Dec 22, sec 3
 
 
Prof .Vladimir Dobrushkin
Department of Mathematics