Welcome to the course website for Dr. Royal's MATH 3200 class! 

Here is a PDF of the syllabus

This section of MATH 3200 is part of the Franklin College Writing Intensive Program, and this course counts towards completion of the Writing Certificate.

Click here to sign up for presentations.

***Announcement 3/14/2018 - Estimated Course Grade at Midterm***

Exam 2 grades and your current estimated grade are posted to eLC. You will have to use ArchPass Duo to log into eLC due to a system change on 3/12/2018. If you have trouble getting ArchPass Duo to work, the EITS Helpdesk is your best resource. (See the EITS website.)

***Announcement 3/6/2018 - Presentations***

So far, we have had 33 presentations. Everyone needs 3 presentations, and we have 29 students. By the end of the semester, as a class you will need to do 87 presentations total so that you each get the 5% for presentations for your class grade. We have tomorrow (3/7) and 16 additional class meetings after spring break (excluding exam days). There will be 3 presentations for each of those 16 meetings, which is 48 presentations remaining (52 including tomorrow). That means about 35 presentations already can’t get done, so please sign up soon!

Course Materials:

How to Think Like a Mathematician: A Companion to Undergraduate Mathematics, Kevin Houston, ISBN 978-0-521-71978-0

Introduction to Proof, Ron Taylor, published by the Journal of Inquiry-Based Learning in Mathematics

Office Hours

M 2:15-3:15, W 3:30-4:30, F 1:15-2:15

Assignments

Homework 1 due Wednesday, January 17 Friday, January 19 *due to snow day

Quiz 1 Monday, January 22 on Chapter 1 of Taylor (definitions, theorems, etc.)

Homework 2 due Wednesday, Jan 31

Quiz 2 Wednesday, Jan 31 on Chapter 2 of Taylor (definitions, theorems, etc.)

EXAM 1 has been moved to Monday, February 5 due to the power outage in Boyd.

Homework 3 due Friday, February 16 Monday, February 19

"Quiz" 3 Monday February 19: problem 3.10 from Taylor (Be careful with your inequalities!)

Homework 4 due ***Wednesday, February 28***

Quiz 4 Friday, March 2

Quiz 5 (Relations) - Wednesday, March 28

Homework 5 (Relations) - Taylor 5.11, 5.20, 5.23 due Monday, April 2

Quiz 6 (Functions) - Wednesday, April 4

Homework 6 (Functions) - Taylor 5.35, 5.38, 5.47, 5.58 due Monday, April 9

Weekly Schedule (Tentative):

Week 1:

Course Introduction

Friday, January 5 <--- This is a link.

Week 2: 

Statements and Compound Statements, Implications 

Monday, January 8 (class canceled)

Wednesday, January 10 <-- This is the material originally planned for Monday.

Friday, January 12

Week 3:

Implications, Quantifiers

Wednesday, January 17 - snow day

Friday, January 19

Week 4:

Proof Methods. 

Monday, January 22

Wednesday, January 24

Friday, January 26

Week 5:

Monday, January 29 Class cancelled due to power outage in Boyd.

Wednesday, January 31

Friday, February 2 

Week 6:

Monday, February 5: Exam 1 on Taylor Ch 1 and Ch 2

Wednesday, February 7

Friday, February 9

Week 7:

Monday, February 12

Wednesday, February 14

Friday, February 16 

Week 8

Monday, February 19

Wednesday, February 21

Friday, February 23

Week 9

Monday, February 26

Wednesday, February 28

Friday, March 2

Week 10

Monday, March 5

Wednesday, March 7 - Wrap-up and Review

Friday, March 9 - Exam on Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 of Taylor (Induction and Sets)

Week 11 - Spring Break

Week 12

Monday, March 19

Wednesday, March 21

Friday, March 23

Week 13

Monday, March 26

Wednesday, March 28

Friday, March 30

Week 14

Monday, April 2

Wednesday, April 4

Friday, April 6

Week 15

Monday, April 9

Wednesday, April 11  

Friday, April 13 - Exam on Taylor Ch 5 (Relations and Functions); see Ch 30-31 of Houston for supplemental reading

Week 16

Monday, April 16

Wednesday, April 18

Friday, April 20

Week 17

Monday, April 23

Wednesday, April 25 - last day of classes prior to final exams

Final Exam - Monday April 30, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in our regular classroom

Links:

UGA Office of Student Care and Outreach: http://sco.uga.edu/about/about-us