Homework quizzes cannot be made up. If you hand in your homework paper in advance of a class you are going to miss, I can use it to compute a quiz grade. A certain number of homework quizzes will be dropped at the end of the term.
In Math 314, an assignment is to be turned in one week after it is assigned, if no explicit due date is given on the schedule. Late homework papers are accepted, possibly for less value.
Homework I is up on my main web page (I put it up Sunday but didnt put a note here; my bad).
Homework I due at class
Homework II posted; computer lab 2 "due"
Test I Part I propositional logic
drafts of one or more proofs from Homework II due
final version of Homework II due
Test I Part II formal arithmetic
Homework III: chapter 1 problem 1 all parts (v you might sketch); 2, 3 parts i-iii, 5 parts i, ii, vi-ix, 8* (I will do some or all of this in class, but try to do your own writeup). Chapter 2: 1, 3*, 5, 8, 12. Its due next Monday.
Homework IV: chapter 1 20, 21* (both of these will get answered in the course of our treatment of limit theorems, but they are worth writing out); chapter 4 problem 2 (this is a good exercise in proof strategy and properties of inequalities); chapter 5 problem 1 all parts; problem 3 ii iii iv viii; problem 8 all parts; 12, 13, 17. Due a week from this coming Monday.
Homework IV due – boo!
Homework 5: chapter 6 problems 3,4,7,10 (here you need to think),12 (this is like something I did in class but not exactly like it),14^* (14 is a challenge and I will give some guidance). The questions on the exam re chapter 6 will be easier, and this set will be due sometime after the exam (probably shortly after we come back from break).
What happened on the 11th day of the 11th hour in the 11th month? Of what year? Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it.
Test II on Spivak up to ch 6
Homework 6: ch 7 problem 1 i-vii; 5, 11. I like #18 (its not assigned but interesting to do and not as hard as the star indicates); ch 8 problems 1, 5, 12. I like #17(not assigned, just liked; I may talk about it); ch 22 problems 4b, 11, 19, 31a (31b might be done in class). I might write some additional exercises, especially on limits of sequences. I strongly encourage you to bring these problems to office hours to talk to me about... Some of these problems may be "given away" partly or completely during lectures...
Homework 5 due
Homework 6 is due at the final; bringing drafts of your work by me is strongly encouraged (points are awarded for doing this).