Dr. R. Rosebrugh
Dunn 203
The course meeting time is 8:30-9:20MWF in Dunn 406. Help with assignments or projects is available other times by appointment; contact the instructor by email. For official detail see the University Calendar. The prerequisites for this course are Math 2211, Math 2221.
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Note: In order to pass the course:
Questions from the textbook:
Ch 0: 28, 62
Ch 1: 6, 10, 16
Ch 2: 4, 10,16
Always attempt the other problems. Answers to odd-numbered problems are sketched in the
text.
Due Wednesday, September 17
Questions from the textbook:
Ch 2: 52
Ch 3: 16, 24, 40 b,c,d, 54, 74
Ch 4: 14, 28
Due Wednesday, October 1
Always attempt the other problems.
From the text:
Ch 4: 36, 52, 70;
Ch 5: 18, 24, 50, 66, 70
Due Wednesday, October 15
Always attempt the other problems.
Questions from the textbook:
Ch 6: 10, 20, 28, 36, 60
Ch 7: 10, 18, 26
Due Friday, October 31
Responding to your feedback, the last two assignments will be slightly shorter, and additional recommended problems will be listed.
Questions from the textbook:
Ch 8: 72, 86
Ch 9: 8, 32, 58, 62
Due Friday, November 14
Additonal recommended problems: Ch 8: 44, 48, 58, 68, 84
Ch 9: 6, 10, 30, 46, 56, 78
**Problems with solutions in the text are fair game for the exam.**
Questions from the textbook:
Ch 9: 64, 76
Ch 10: 30, 58
Ch 11: 12, 36
Due Friday, November 28
Additonal recommended problems: Ch 10: 6, 10, 16, 28, 42, 50, 66 Ch 11: 8, 10, 16, 28, 30
Always attempt the other problems.