**Monday January 18 :**Martin Luther King Day, no classes

**Math 187:**no class

**Tuesday January 19 :****Math 187:**2

2.1,2.2,2.4,2.6,2.7,2.8 (2.8 will require thought; there is a trick; this looks forward to things we will work on later). This assignment is due Monday, since we are still talking about section 2 tomorrow.

**Wednesday January 20 :****Math 187:**2

**Thursday January 21 :****EdTech 597:**Introductions

**Friday January 22 :****Math 187:**3

3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.6, 3.9 (this was accidentally not posted, so you get another day)

**Monday January 25 :****Math 187:**truth tables, logical notation

assignment is a worksheet, due Friday

Section 2 assignment due

**Tuesday January 26 :****Math 187:**4

4.1, 4.3, 4.5, 4.7, 4.10, 4.13: due Wednesday

nothing due

**Wednesday January 27 :****Math 187:**formal proof, computer demonstration

Section 3 assignment due

**Thursday January 28 :****EdTech 597:****Friday January 29 :****Math 187:**computer lab

**Monday February 1 :**add deadline

**Math 187:**more computer lab, actually

truth tables worksheet due

**Tuesday February 2 :****Math 187:**more logic...

5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 (there is a clever way to do this and a methodical way), 5.7, 5.9. This is due Friday. I may put up a worksheet on valid and invalid arguments (with a later due date).

**Wednesday February 3 :****Math 187:**10

10.1, 10.2, 10.4, 10.5 due Monday. Here is the promised worksheet on arguments. It is mostly a reference on how proofs are put together, but there are some exercises at the end, due Tuesday. I will do related examples Monday.

Section 4 assignment due

**Thursday February 4 :****EdTech 597:****Friday February 5 :****Math 187:**more discussion of section 10, possible computer demo

Section 5 due.

**Monday February 8 :****Math 187:**7

7.2,7.4,7.5,7.6,7.7,7.9,7.12,7.14

Section 10 due

**Tuesday February 9 :****Math 187:**7,8

arguments worksheet due

**Wednesday February 10 :****Math 187:**Test I

**Thursday February 11 :****EdTech 597:****Friday February 12 :****Math 187:**possible computer lab

**Monday February 15 :**President's Day, no classes

**Math 187:**no class

**Tuesday February 16 :****Math 187:**9

8.1, 8.4, 8.7, 8.8, 8.9; 9.1, 9.2, 9.3,9.7, 9.8

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

11.1 a-e, 11.3, 11.12, 11.16 (there will be another section 11 assignment)

**Thursday February 18 :****EdTech 597:****Friday February 19 :****Math 187:**11

11.1fg, 11.5, 11.6, 11.7, 11.13*, 11.23, 11.25a –sorry about posting this late, you get extra time

Section 8 and 9 problems due

**Monday February 22 :****Math 187:**13

13.1, 13.2, 13.6, 13.9, 13.10*, 13.12, 13.13

first section 11 assignment due

**Tuesday February 23 :****Math 187:**computer demonstration

**Wednesday February 24 :****Math 187:**computer lab

second section 11 assignment due

**Thursday February 25 :****EdTech 597:****Friday February 26 :****Math 187:**Test II will be postponed 1 week: 14 covered

14.1, 14.5, 14.8, 14.11, 14.12, 14.13.

Section 13 due

**Monday March 1 :**drop deadline

**Math 187:**14

**Tuesday March 2 :****Math 187:**15

15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.9, 15.11, 15.13

**Wednesday March 3 :****Math 187:**53-55

Section 14 due

**Thursday March 4 :****EdTech 597:****Friday March 5 :****Math 187:**Test II, up to section 15

**Monday March 8 :****Math 187:**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)

Section 15 due

**Tuesday March 9 :****Math 187:**17

17.1, 17.2, 17.4, 17.5, 17.6. The stars and bars notation is just like the bagels and partitions notation I did in class, except they are talking about multisets of numbers; look at the section. The notation ((n k)) means (n+k-1 k), it is notation for how many ways to make k choices from n alternatives, repetitions allowed, order doesnt matter. Ill do examples of their notation tomorrow.

**Wednesday March 10 :****Math 187:**18

Section 16 due

**Thursday March 11 :****EdTech 597:****Friday March 12 :****Math 187:**poker hands

counting problem worksheet distributed – due Wednesday

Section 17 due

**Monday March 15 :****Math 187:**extra counting

**Tuesday March 16 :****Math 187:**20/21

20.3, 20.4 (do these by math induction, not by least counterexample); 21: 21.3, 21.4 (all parts) – there will be another induction assignment.

**Wednesday March 17 :****Math 187:**20/21

19.1ace, 19.3, 19.4 abde, 19.11b, 20.5 (you may use math induction to prove your result), 20.6, 21.9 [hint: 21.9 involves thinking like that involved with Fibonacci numbers].

counting problem worksheet due

**Thursday March 18 :****EdTech 597:****Friday March 19 :****Math 187:**computer demo

**Monday March 22 :****Math 187:**22

first section 21 assignment due

**Tuesday March 23 :****Math 187:**23

second induction assignment due

**Wednesday March 24 :****Math 187:**25

**Thursday March 25 :****EdTech 597:****Friday March 26 :****Math 187:**Test III

**Monday March 29 :**Spring Break, no classes

**Math 187:**no class

**Tuesday March 30 :**Spring Break, no classes

**Math 187:**no class

**Wednesday March 31 :**Spring Break, no classes

**Math 187:**no class

**Thursday April 1 :**Spring Break, no classes

**EdTech 597:**no class

**Friday April 2 :**Spring Break, no classes

**Math 187:**no class

**Monday April 5 :****Math 187:**started section 22

**Tuesday April 6 :****Math 187:**Continuing 22, maybe starting 23

22.1ace, 22.2aefjk, 22.3ab

**Wednesday April 7 :****Math 187:**23

23.1acegi, 23.2, 23.3, 23.5abd,23.6. There will be another section 23 assignment.

**Thursday April 8 :****EdTech 597:****Friday April 9 :****Math 187:**25

23.9, 25.1acegi,25.9a,25.10,25.11 (first think about finite sets; then think about the set of natural numbers, for which you will get a different answer);25.12a (it is: prove it is 1-to-1 then prove it is onto).

Section 22 due

**Monday April 12 :****Math 187:**26

26.1, 26.2abcd, 26.3, 26.5, 26.12, 26.16

Section 23 due

**Tuesday April 13 :****Math 187:**24

23.9 and section 25 due

**Wednesday April 14 :****Math 187:**34

34.1, 34.2, 34.4 (in 34.4 the statements they give are usually true – think about very exceptional cases)

**Thursday April 15 :****EdTech 597:****Friday April 16 :****Math 187:**35

26 due

**Monday April 19 :****Math 187:**36

35.1, 35.2 (I will show you how to do this tomorrow), 35.4 (I do not know the answer to this: experiment and see if you can find an answer – I will too), 35.11, 35.19, 36.1 bdfhjlnp (their notation is mysterious: the point is to do the indicated calculations in mod 10 arithmetic. They have put circles around the operation symbols to indicate that the operations are not quite the usual ones. The meaning of mod 10 division might take a little thought –I will do an example tomorrow). This assignment is due Friday, not Wednesday; there is no way to write an assignment based on where we were at the end of the day Monday. But you can and should do 35.1 at least.

34 due

**Tuesday April 20 :****Math 187:**36

**Wednesday April 21 :****Math 187:**37

36.2, 3, 4, 14. I will have something to say about 14 on Friday, but do try it.

**Thursday April 22 :****EdTech 597:****Friday April 23 :****Math 187:**38

35 due

**Monday April 26 :****Math 187:**39

36 due

**Tuesday April 27 :****Math 187:**39/40

37.1, 37.3, 45.1, 45.2, 45.3 (I will give full answers to 37.3 on request tomorrow)

worksheet due

**Wednesday April 28 :****Math 187:**41

**Thursday April 29 :****EdTech 597:****Friday April 30 :****Math 187:**Test IV

**Monday May 3 :****Math 187:**46

46.1, 46.2, 46.3, 46.5.

**Tuesday May 4 :****Math 187:**miscellaneous topics in graph theory

52.2, 52.11 (use Euler's formula!), chapter 9 self test problem 2, spring 07 test 4 problem 6, summer 06 final problem 8.

**Wednesday May 5 :****Math 187:**52

46.12, 46.13 (these are proofs we did in class; write your own versions, it is good practice for the final); 46.16, 46.17 (this is just a counting problem), 52.4, problem 21 p. 447. Show that K_6 and K[3,4] are not planar using the formulas in the section.

**Thursday May 6 :****EdTech 597:****Friday May 7 :****Math 187:**review/overflow

**Monday May 10 :****Math 187:**Final exam, 3:30-5:30 PM