classes begin
 1.1/2 p. 8, problems 3,4,5 and p. 15, problems 1,5,9,10,12,14,25bd.

 1.3 p. 21, problems 110.

 1.3

 1.4 p. 28, problems 18. 1.1/2 due 
Martin Luther King holiday


 1.4
1.3 due 
 1.5 p. 32, problems 15, 8,9.

 2.1 p. 41, problems 1,2,3,5,7,8,9,12,13,14. 1.4 due 
add deadline
 2.2 p. 49, problems 3,5,6,7,9,11,18,22,24,26,27. 1.5 due 
 2.3 p. 54, problems 3,4,5bcd,6,9,10. 2.1 due 
 2.4 p. 61, problems 2,5,7,9,12,13,14,15. 2.2 due 
 2.4
2.3 due 
 2.5 p. 67, problems 1cef, 2,3cde, 4 (same parts as in 3), 5,6,9, 12,14.

 3.1 p. 77, problems 1,3,4,7,10,14,16,19,21,23,25 (very hard!),28. 2.4 due 
Test I moved to Friday
 3.1
2.5 due 
Test I (both classes) (rescheduled)


Giles class 8:10 am
 3.2 p. 85, problems 2,3,7,9,13,17,18,20,24.

 3.2
3.1 due 
 3.3 p. 94, problems 3,4,7,8,9,10,12,17,18,26

 3.3
3.2 due 
 4.1 p. 103, problems 1,2,3,5,6,10

 4.1

 4.2 p. 112, problems 3,4,7,8,9,10,11acegi,16,17,26 bases worksheet (use link on my top page) 3.3 due (delayed one day due to update snafu) 
 4.2
4.1 due 
President's Day holiday


last day to drop
 4.2
bases worksheet due 
 4.3 p. 123, problems 1, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12a, 16, 18 (ask me in class for a factoring rule that will help), 21, 33, 35 (perhaps hard).

Test II (both classes)


Giles class 8:10 am
 4.3
4.2 due 
 4.4 p. 134, problems 2, 3,4,6,9bdfhjl, 10,16,20

 4.4
4.3 due 
 4.5 p. 144, problems 5, 6, 7, 9bd, 10bd,17be,20bc,22,23.

 4.5

 5.1
4.4 due (delayed) 
 5.1

 5.1 p. 159, problems 1def, 3,4bd,5,6e,9c,10,18,37 4.5 due 
 5.2

 5.2 p. 169: problems 1,5,7,8,13,15,21,22,25,28,38,41.

 5.3 p. 177: problems 2,4,6,11,14,17,19,20.

 5.4
5.1 due 
spring break


spring break


spring break


spring break
spring break


 6.1 p. 194: problems 3,4,6,8,10,15. 5.2 due 
 6.2

Test III (both classes) is delayed to Friday.
 6.2 p. 202, problems 4,5,8,12,14,15,16,20,21,22. 5.3 due 
New Test III date.


Giles class 8:10 am
 6.3 p. 207: 2,7,8,11,15,17,19,23,[26 (extra credit)] 6.1 due (5.4 skipped) 
 7.1 p. 215, problems 2,7,8,11,14,15, 17cg. Sorry about posting this late; the due date is extended a day.

 7.2 p. 221, problems 2,4,7,9,12,15,16,19,24,25. In problems 24 and 25, when they ask for an appeal to the definition they are talking about calculation with the formula, and when they ask you to solve the problem without using the definition they are calling for reasoning about sets. 6.2 due. 
 7.3
6.3 due 
 7.3 p. 226, problems 2,5,7,9,10,15,17,18.

 7.4? p. 230, problems 4,6,7,11 (the last problem involves calculations with factorials and maye math induction). 7.1 (extended) and 7.2 due. 
 7.5 p. 236: problems 3,6,7,14c,15 (hard),10,21.

 9.1 p. 285, problems 3,5,7,8; page 291 problems 2,6,9,17defg.

 9.2
7.3 and 7.4 due (delayed) 
 9.2 p. 292, problems 7,8,11,14,18,20,26,33. 7.5 due (delayed) 
 9.3 p. 298, problems 2,4,5b,7,9. 9.1/9.2a due. 
 10.1 p. 308, problems 1,4,8,12,19,20,22 (hint: count!).

Giles class 8:10 am
 10.1/2 p. 316: problems 3,7,11,19. 9.2b due 
 10.2
9.3 due 
 14.1/2 p. 419, problems 2,4,5,6,18 (perhaps hard, but maybe not). P. 427, problems 4,8,9,13 (hint: this is false and there is an easy class of counterexamples). 10.1 and 10.2 due. 
Test IV (both classes)


"dead week" begins
 8.1

 8.2

 8.3 p. 270, problems 4,6,7,9: most of these have answers in the back, and they are exactly similar to the kind of thing I will ask on the final. Due at the final. 14.1/2 due (accepted later as well). 
last day of classes
 review
