My Thoughts on How to Read a Math Textbook
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When we have a "Homework Quiz", I will be posting the announced problems Here.
Here is a link to your first written homework assignment. It is due in class on February 2nd. I may update the assignment as late as 2300 hrs on January 26th. Here is a link to one possible set of answers.
Here is a link to your second written homework assignment. It is due in class on February 9th. I may update the assignment as late as 2300 hrs on January 26th. Here is a link to one possible set of answers.
Here is a link to your third written homework assignment. It is due in class on February 16th
Here is the link to the first quiz. I will be selecting one of these problems for you to do in class. You will be allowed to bring notes. I suggest you solve all of them at home, and bring your solutions with you. This will be on Tuesday the 13th.
Here's an NPR article that explains part of my luddite reaction to electronics in class.
Here's a nice article on the value of struggling. If you haven't given a problem a solid hour of continuous attention, you can probably try more before getting help.
Last updated on January 18th, 2019.