Assignment | .tex | Due Date | |
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Week 1 | PS1 | PS1 | Jan. 31 |
I removed some of the problems, but they will appear on a later problem set. | |||
Week 2 | PS2 | PS2 | Feb. 7 |
Week 3 | PS3 | PS3 | Feb. 14 |
Week 4 | Cancelled due to midterm. | ||
Week 5 | PS5 | PS5 | Feb. 28 |
Week 6 | PS6 | PS6 | March 9 |
Since the following week is Spring Break, there are some changes to this assignment: due on a Friday, no Doc Brown problems, and includes material from the week it's due in | |||
Week 7 | PS7 | PS7 | March 28 |
Week 8 | PS8 | PS8 | April 4 |
Week 9 | Cancelled due to midterm. | ||
Week 10 | PS10 | PS10 | April 18 |
Week 11 | PS11 | PS11 | April 25 |
Week | Reading from Marsden and Hoffman |
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Week 0 | Introduction ("On the History of Set Theory" and "The Axioms" are not necessary) |
Week 1 | 1.1-1.3 |
I would like you review the Week 0 reading before the first day of class; it covers some basic concepts and logic. Then complete the rest of the Week 1 reading as we progress through the week. Remember that many theorem proofs are delayed until the end of the chapter! | |
Week 2 | 1.3-1.4, (1.5, 1.6, 1.7) |
We won't be covering the later chapter this week, but you should still take a brief look at them to do the Doc Brown problems on the HW. As a hint, two of them just requiring plugging things into a formula! | |
Week 3 | 1.5-1.6, 2.1-2.3 |
In reading Chapter 2 and beyond, don't worry about thinking about general metric spaces. It's enough to think of R^n | |
Week 4 | 2.1-2.8 |
Week 5 | 2.9-3.3 |
Week 6 | Happy Spring Break |
Week 7 | 4.1-4.5 |