Math 108 Topics in Mathematics | Section 0200 | James Baglama | All Lecture Videos and Notes
Videos and lecture notes are based on the 9^{th} ed. textbook. The 9^{th} or 10^{th} edition of the textbook can be used for this course. All material covered is the same and independent of textbook editions.
Section | Video 9^{th} ed. |
Lecture Notes 9^{th} ed. |
Chapter 1 | ||
1.1 Euler Circuits |
Section 1.1 Video |
Section 1.1 Lecture notes |
1.2 Finding Euler Circuits |
Section 1.2 Video |
Section 1.2 Lecture notes |
1.3 Beyond Euler Circuits |
Section 1.3 Video |
Section 1.3 Lecture notes |
Chapter 2 | ||
2.1 Hamiltonian Circuits |
Section 2.1 Video |
Section 2.1 Lecture notes |
2.2 Traveling Salesman Problem |
Section 2.2 and Section 2.3 Video |
Section 2.2 and Section 2.3 Lecture notes |
2.3 Helping Traveling Salesman | ||
2.4 Minimum-Cost Spanning Trees |
Section 2.4 Video |
Section 2.4 Lecture notes |
2.5 Critical Path Analysis |
Section 2.5 Video |
Section 2.5 Lecture notes |
Chapter 5 | ||
5.1 Displaying Distributions: Histograms |
Section 5.1 Video |
Section 5.1 Lecture notes |
5.2 Interpreting Histograms |
Section 5.2 Video |
Section 5.2 Lecture notes |
5.3 Displaying Distributions: Stemplots |
Section 5.3 Video |
Section 5.3 Lecture notes |
5.4 Describing Center: Mean and Median |
Section 5.4 Video |
Section 5.4 Lecture notes |
5.5 Describing Variability: Range and Quartiles |
Section 5.5 Video |
Section 5.5 Lecture notes |
5.6 The Five-Number Summary and Boxplots |
Section 5.6 Video |
Section 5.6 Lecture notes |
5.7 Describing
Variability: The Standard Deviation |
Section 5.7 Video |
Section 5.7 Lecture notes |
Chapter 9 | ||
9.2 Majority Rule and Condorcet's Method |
Section 9.2 Video |
Section 9.2 Lecture notes |
9.3 Other Voting Systems
for Three or More Candidates |
Section 9.3 Video |
Section 9.3 Lecture notes |
9.4 Insurmountable Difficulties:
Arrow's Impossibility Theorem |
Section 9.4 Video |
Section 9.4 Lecture notes |
Chapter 16 | ||
16.1 Check Digits
U.S. Postal Service Money Order |
Section 16.1-1 Video |
Section 16.1-1 Lecture notes |
16.1 Check Digits
American Express Checks page 574 |
Section 16.1-2 Video |
Section 16.1-2 Lecture notes |
16.1 Check Digits
Airlines, Federal Express Mail, UPS packets, Avis and National Rental cars |
Section 16.1-3 Video |
Section 16.1-3 Lecture notes |
16.1 Check Digits
Universal Product Code - UPC |
Section 16.1-4 Video |
Section 16.1-4 Lecture notes |
16.1 Check Digits
Bank Checks and Codabar |
Section 16.1-5 Video |
Section 16.1-5 Lecture notes |
16.1 Check Digits
ISBN - numbers |
Section 16.1-6 Video |
Section 16.1-6 Lecture notes |
Chapter 21 | ||
21.1 Arithmetic Growth and Simple Interest |
Section 21.1 Video |
Section 21.1 Lecture notes |
21.2 Geometric Growth and Compound Interest
9^{th} ed. 21.2 Geometric Growth and Compound Interest 10^{th} ed. and 21.3 Effective Rate and APY 10^{th} ed. |
Section 21.2 Video |
Section 21.2 Lecture notes |
21.3 A Limit to Compounding
9^{th} ed. 21.4 A Limit to Compounding 10^{th} ed. |
Section 21.3 Video |
Section 21.3 Lecture notes |
21.4 A Model for Saving
9^{th} ed. 21.5 A Model for Saving 10^{th} ed. (new subsection Present Value) |
Section 21.4 Video |
Section 21.4 Lecture notes |
21.5 Present Value
and Inflation
9^{th} ed. 21.6 Inflation 10^{th} ed. (includes Present Value) |
Section 21.5 Video |
Section 21.5 Lecture notes |
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For All Practical Purposes, 10^{th} edition by COMAP |
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