**Monday August 25 :****Math 187:**1,2

2.1, 2.2, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8 (this is the really meaty question in this assignment: think!), 2.9a (you are welcome to do part b if you know how)

**Math 301:**1.1(1.6)

Assignment I: 1.1:3,4,11,12,17,18;

1.2: 1-4,11,13,14,15,16,19,20;

1.3: 5,6,11,12,15-18,27,28;

1.6: 3,4,6,7,11-13

**Tuesday August 26 :****Math 187:**2,3

**Math 301:**1.2

**Wednesday August 27 :****Math 187:**3

3.1-5, 3.6, 3.9

**Math 301:**1.2(1.6)

**Friday August 29 :**last day to add without instructor permission

**Math 187:**4

Section 2 homework due

**Math 301:**1.3

**Monday September 1 :**Labor Day, school not in session

**Math 187:**no class

**Math 301:**no class

**Tuesday September 2 :****Math 187:**4

4.2,4.4,4.5,4.7,4.8,4.10,4.14,4.15

Section 3 homework due

**Math 301:**1.3(1.6)

Assignment II: 1.4: 9,10,11-12,17-20,23,24,25,26; 1.5: 1,4,5,6,9-11,13,14,19-22,23-25,35,36.

**Wednesday September 3 :****Math 187:**5

5.2,5.3,5.4,5.5,5.7

**Math 301:**1.4

Assignment I due

**Friday September 5 :****Math 187:**6

Section 4 homework due

**Math 301:**1.4(1.6)

**Monday September 8 :**add deadline

**Math 187:**6

6.2,6.3,6.4,6.8,6.9.6.11be,6.16,6.18,6.19

Section 5 homework due

**Math 301:**1.5

**Tuesday September 9 :****Math 187:**10

10.1acegi, 10.2acegi, 10.4aceg, 10.5aceg. This is the last section covered on Test I.

**Math 301:**1.7 this is the last section covered on test I. see the draft of assignment iii below for some 1.7 problems to work on.

**Wednesday September 10 :****Math 187:**7

Section 6 homework due

**Math 301:**1.8(1.10)

Assignment II due

**Friday September 12 :****Math 187:**Test I

**Math 301:**Test I

**Monday September 15 :****Math 187:**7,8

7.1,7.5,7.6,7.9,7.12.7.13,7.14; 8.1,8.4,8.5,8.7,8.9

Section 1.10 homework due

**Math 301:**1.9(2.1)

Assignment III 1.7: 1-8. 11-14, 15-17, 27,28. 1.8: 3,6,9,12, 13,16, 17,19,20,24,26,27; 1.9: 3,4,6,7,8,11,12,17,22,31,32,35,36; 1.10: 1,4,11,12; 2.1: 1-6,9,10,22,23,24,26; 2.2: 1,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 (what do you need to do to show that there is exactly one solution?), 21,22,29-32. Final version, cut out a few probs in 1.8 and 1.9.

**Tuesday September 16 :****Math 187:**9

9.1,9.2,9.3,9.4,9.6,9.9

**Math 301:**extra chapter 1 day or lab

**Wednesday September 17 :****Math 187:**9,11

Sections 7 and 8 homework due

**Math 301:**2.2

**Friday September 19 :****Math 187:**11

11.1,3,5,8,9,13,16,17,19,22,23

**Math 301:**2.2

**Monday September 22 :****Math 187:**13

Section 9 homework due

**Math 301:**2.3

**Tuesday September 23 :****Math 187:**14

13.1,13.2,13.6,13.9,13.10 (a real formal proof),13.12,13.13

Section 11 homework due

**Math 301:**2.3

Assignment IV: section 2.3: 2,4,6,8 (2-8 without calculator), 11,12,21,22,27,28,31,32; section 2.4: 5-8; section 2.5: 1-4, 11, 12 (by hand), 15, 16 (however you like). 2.8: 5-8,15-18,23,24. 2.7 moved forward to assignment V: note that 2.7 and probably 2.9 will be on exam.

Assignment III due

**Wednesday September 24 :****Math 187:**14

14.1,14.4 (I might give this away),14.5,14.6 (there is a standard way to prove that two sets are equal: use it),14.11,14.12,14.13.

**Math 301:**2.4/5

**Friday September 26 :****Math 187:**53-55 (partial orders)

**Math 301:**class cancelled

**Monday September 29 :****Math 187:**15

Section 15: 15.1, 15.2, 15.4, 15.7, 15.8, 15.11, 15.12, 15.13.

Section 13 due

**Math 301:**2.5/2.7

**Tuesday September 30 :****Math 187:**16

16: 16.2, 16.3, 16.4, 16.6 (this is quite hard and requires careful attention), 16.10, 16.14, 16.27 (look at 16.28; we will do this in class)

**Math 301:**2.8

**Wednesday October 1 :****Math 187:**16

**Math 301:**2.9

**Friday October 3 :**drop deadline: petitions to drop after this date are generally unsuccessful.

**Math 187:**18

18: I'm going to give out a worksheet from another book.

Sections 14 and 15 collected; sorry about delay

**Math 301:**Test II delayed extra chapter 2 day or lab

Assignment V: 2.7: 3-8,11,12,17-20; 2.9: 2,5,6,11-14,17,18,29,30; 3.1:3,4,9,10,17,18,20,21,43,44; 3.2: 5,8,11,12 (in 5-12 you are not using rref), 15,19,21,22,24,25,27,28,31,32; 3.3:5,6,7,8,11,12,19,22,23,24. This is the final form of the assignment.

**Monday October 6 :****Math 187:**17

**Math 301:**3.1

Assignment IV due

**Tuesday October 7 :****Math 187:**extra word problem day

Section 16 due

**Math 301:**3.2

**Wednesday October 8 :****Math 187:**Test II rescheduled to Wed: will cover up to section 18

**Math 301:**Test II rescheduled (will cover up to 2.9)

**Friday October 10 :****Math 187:**19

Section 18 due

**Math 301:**3.3

**Monday October 13 :****Math 187:**20,21

19: 19.1,19.2,19.4,19.6,19.8,19.10,19.11 (this was in the file on my computer; I don't know why it didnt get updated...note due date extension)

**Math 301:**extra chapter 3 day or lab

**Tuesday October 14 :****Math 187:**20,21

**Math 301:**4.1

**Wednesday October 15 :****Math 187:**20,21

second counting problem worksheet due

**Math 301:**4.1

**Friday October 17 :****Math 187:**slow

20 (you may use math induction for section 20 problems): 20.3,20.4,20.5,20.6 (I will say something about Fibonacci numbers Friday); 21: 21.3ac, 21.4ac, 21.5, 21.8de. Extended due date is to give you extra time to think: dont put off starting the assignment!

Section 19 due

**Math 301:**4.2

Assignment VI: 4.1: 1,2,5,6,10-11,13,14,16,17,20,26,27,32,33; 4.2: 7,10,25,26,29,30,31,32,34,36; 4.3: 13,14,15,20,21,22,23,26,31-34; 4.4: 3,4,7-10,11-14,17,21,27,28,31,32,35,36

Assignment V due.

**Monday October 20 :****Math 187:**slow

**Math 301:**4.2

**Tuesday October 21 :****Math 187:**22

Section 22: 22.1ace, 22.2 aeikmo, 22.16 (in 22.16 you get full credit for computing a few terms of the sequence in each part, but it would be a good idea to see if you can guess a formula)

**Math 301:**$

**Wednesday October 22 :****Math 187:**23

Section 23: 23.1 (acegi graded, so you can ask about the others), 23.2, 23.3, 23.4, 23.5, 23.6, 23.9

**Math 301:**4.3

**Friday October 24 :****Math 187:**25

Section 25: 25.1 acegi, 25.4 (work out what these are for a small finite set and you will see the answer), 25.7, 25.9 (I'll do one part of this in class), 25.10.

Sections 20/21 due

**Math 301:**4.4

**Monday October 27 :****Math 187:**24

Section 22 due

**Math 301:**4.4

Assignment VII: 4.5: 1-4, 11, 12, 13,14,17,18,21-24, 27,28; 4.6: 3,4,5-8,13,16,19-22,27,30; 4.7: 1-4, 7,8, 13,14, 19 [17 and 18 look interesting if you feel daring; the information you need for 17 is in 4.5 problem 34]; 4.9: 3,4,5,7,8,13,14,18.

Assignment VI due

**Tuesday October 28 :**I will be out of town: subs will take classes

**Math 187:**24/functions overflow

Section 24: 24.1, 24.2, 24.3, 24.4, 24.7, 24.9, 24.10

**Math 301:**4.5

**Wednesday October 29 :**I will be out of town: subs will take classes

**Math 187:**34

Section 34: 34.1, 34.2, 34.4.

**Math 301:**4.6

**Friday October 31 :**Happy Halloween! I will be back: tests delayed till Wednesday so you get more feedback before they happen...

**Math 187:**35

Section 35: 35.1, 35.2, 35.11, 35.12, 35.16, 35.18, 35.19

Sections 23, 25 due

**Math 301:**4.7

**Monday November 3 :****Math 187:**35

Section 24 due

**Math 301:**4.8

**Tuesday November 4 :**be sure to vote!

**Math 187:**36

Sections 34 due.

**Math 301:**4.9

**Wednesday November 5 :**remember, remember (why?)

**Math 187:**Test III (no one complained; do NOT stay up late watching the election!) up to sections 24 and 25

**Math 301:**Test III (no one complained; don't stay up too late watching the election!) up to section 4.6

**Friday November 7 :****Math 187:**36

Section 34 due

**Math 301:**extra chapter 4 day or lab

**Monday November 10 :****Math 187:**37 Note I put in Chinese Remainder

Section 36: 36.2, 36.3, 36.4 (in 36.3 and 36.4 you should find answers by searching; in 36.2 you could find them algebraically), 36.12ac, 36.13, 36.14b (you may use a dumb calculator); section 37: 37.1, 37.3, 37.7 (you can use the method of 37.6 in 37.7 if you like but you dont have to)

Section 35 due

**Math 301:**5.1

**Tuesday November 11 :**Armistice Day: what happened on November 11, and when?

**Math 187:**38

**Math 301:**5.2

**Wednesday November 12 :****Math 187:**39

Section 38: 38.1, 38.2, 38.7 (look at the discussion of how many divisions are needed for the Euclidean algorithm in section 35; I'll discuss this on request); 38.13 (list the factors and use the formula for the sum of a geometric series); 38.14; 38.20 (believe it or not, this is easy: start with log_2(3) = a/b and use facts about logs and exponents to get to a statement about integers which is impossible because of unique prime factorizations) This assignment is a whole selection of “thinking” questions. Don't hesitate to ask me about them – after you have tried thinking about them!

**Math 301:**5.3

Assignment VIII: 5.1: 3-14, 19 (it is not quite *no* calculation: but there is an obvious eigenvector),21,22,23,25,27,31,32,35,36; 5.2: 5-12, 15,16 (in 15 and 16 it is easy to find the eigenvalues; go ahead and find the eigenspaces for each eigenvalue too), 19, 21,22,24,25,27;5.3: 1,4,5,6,11-16; 5.4: 2-5,11-14,19-22,30,31 (the last two are definitely calculator work); 5.5: 1-4, 7-10, 13-16,23-24.26

Assignment VII due

**Friday November 14 :****Math 187:**39

Sections 36 and 37 due

**Math 301:**5.4

**Monday November 17 :****Math 187:**40

Section 39: 39.1, 39.2, 39.3, 39.4, 39.13, 39.16, 39.17 due two class sections after we finish this section...

**Math 301:**5.5

**Tuesday November 18 :****Math 187:**41

Section 38 due

**Math 301:**extra chapter 5 day or lab

**Wednesday November 19 :****Math 187:**41

**Math 301:**6.1

**Friday November 21 :****Math 187:**42

Section 26: 26.2abcd, 26.5 (in 26.5, write all permutations, including the original two, in both forms), 26.12 (this is relevant to group theory!); 40.1, 40.2, 40.3, 40.8 (hint: you just need a single example of something happening in S_4 that cannot happen in Z_24; there is no need to construct group tables!); 40.11, 40.13 (just verify a couple of these); section 41: 41.1, 41.2, 41.3, 41.8, 41.9

**Math 301:**6.1

Assignment IX: 5.8: 1,4,6,7-10,15,16,17,19,20; 6.1: 1,2,9,10,13,14,15-18 (in 15-18, if they arent orthogonal, compute angles between them),24; 6.2: 7-15; 6.3: 1-12.

Assignment VIII due

**Monday November 24 :**Thanksgiving break

**Math 187:**

**Math 301:****Tuesday November 25 :**Thanksgiving break

**Math 187:**

**Math 301:****Wednesday November 26 :**Thanksgiving break

**Math 187:**

**Math 301:****Friday November 28 :**Thanksgiving break

**Math 187:**

**Math 301:****Monday December 1 :****Math 187:**42,45

**Math 301:**6.2

**Tuesday December 2 :****Math 187:**45 I actually do a little RSA here

**Math 301:**6.2

**Wednesday December 3 :****Math 187:**46

Sections 26,40,41 due (notice I delayed this a day)

**Math 301:**6.3

**Friday December 5 :****Math 187:**Test IV

**Math 301:**Test IV (the fact that this originally showed on Wed was a typo, pure and simple...)

**Monday December 8 :****Math 187:**48/50 Eulerian path topic

Section 46 (a related problem from 50 as well): 46.1, 46.2, 46.3, 46.5 (read about the map coloring problem in the section); 46.7, 46.12, 46.13 (I proved both of the last two in class: see if you can write out your own arguments), 50.6 (refer back to 46 for the picture of the bridges).

**Math 301:**6.4

Assignment X: 6.4: 1-6, 9-12. 6.5, 1-4. Due at final exam.

**Tuesday December 9 :****Math 187:**48/50

you have received a link to the last homework assignment in e-mail. May be turned in Friday or at the final.

**Math 301:**6.5

**Wednesday December 10 :****Math 187:**51/52 Five coloring topic

Section 46 may be turned in Friday

**Math 301:**6.7

Assignment IX due.

**Friday December 12 :****Math 187:**51/52

**Math 301:**6.8