Welcome to the course website for MATH 5200/7200!

Here is the course syllabus.

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## Office Hours

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

## Assignments

Homework 1 - Due Friday, January 19 Monday, January 22 (due to snow day)

Homework 2 - Due Friday, February 2

Homework 3 - Problems 9, 15, 25, 27 from Chapter 3, 7200 problem is #17; due Wednesday, February 21

Homework 4 - Chapter 4 Part 1: Problems 4, 7 from Chapter 4, 7200 problem is 18; due Monday, March 26

Homework 5 - Chapter 4 Part 2: Problems 10, 19, 20 from Chapter 4, 7200 problem is 22; due Monday, April 2

Homework 6 - Chapter 5: Problems 3, 13 and 7200 problem is 8; due Monday, April 9

(On 13, assume the Euclidean Parallel Postulate; use the proof method suggested in the book, even though there are many ways to prove the Pythagorean Theorem.)

## Tentative Schedule

Archived Schedule: /jroyal/content/math-52007200-schedule-archive

#### Week 10: Chapter 4

Monday, March 5:

• In class: Ch 4 Review Exercises (1)-(12)
• For Wednesday, March 7: Read (or re-read) Ch 4, Presentation problems - Review Exercises (13)-(17), (18)-(22), Problem 2 on p. 193

Wednesday, March 7:

• In class: finish review exercise and problem 2 on p. 193
• For Friday, March 9: catch up on presentations, also 1a, 1b, 1c

Friday, March 9:

• In class: catch up and do 1a, 1b, 1c
• For Monday, March 19: go back over 1a, do 1b, 1c, and 2 (old problems), and do 1d if time permits

#### Week 12: Chapter 4

Monday, March 19

• in class: catch up on presentations, do 1d if time
• for Wednesday, March 21: Review Ch 4, Presentation problems 3, 6a, 6b from Ch 4

Wednesday, March 21

• in class: Problems 3, 6a, 6b from Ch 4
• for Friday, March 23: Review Ch 4, Presentation problems 8, 11, 12 from Ch 4

Friday, March 23

• in class: Problems 8, 11, 12 from Ch 4
• for Monday, March 26: Read Ch 5, Presentation problems 13, 17, 27 from Ch 4

#### Week 13: Chapter 4 and Chapter 5

Monday, March 26

• in class: problem 12 from Ch 4 (old) and problems 13, 17, 27
• For Wednesday, March 28: Review Ch 5, Presentation problems 31, 32, 23

Wednesday, March 28

• in class: Review Ch 5, Presentation problems 31, 32, 23
• For Friday, March 30: Ch 5 Exercises 1, 4, 5 starting on p. 228

Friday, March 30

• in class: Ch 5 Exercises 1, 4, 5 starting on p. 228
• For Monday, April 2: Ch 5 problem 12, Ch 5 Review Exercise {2, 3, 4, 7}, {9, 10, 11, 12}

#### Week 14: Chapter 5 and Chapter 6

Monday, April 2

• in class: Ch 5 problem 12, Ch 5 Review Exercise {2, 3, 4, 7}, {9, 10, 11, 12}
• For Wednesday, April 4: Chapter 6 problems 3, 4, 5 on p. 271

Wednesday, April 4

• in class:  Chapter 6 problems 3, 4, 5 on p. 271
• For Friday, April 6: Chapter 6 problems 6, 8, 12 and read Chapter 7

Friday, April 6

• in class: Chapter 6 problems 6, 8, 12
• For Monday, April 9: Finish reading Chapter 7; presentations on Chapter 7 Review Exercises: (1)-(4); (5)-(8); (9), (10), (16), (17)

#### Week 15: Chapter 7

Monday, April 9

• in class: Chapter  7 Review Exercises: (1)-(4); (5)-(8); (9), (10), (16), (17)
• For Wednesday, April 11: Chapter 7 Problems K2 (a), K2 (b), K2 (c)

#### Week 16: Chapter 7

Monday, April 16:

• in class:
• For Wednesday, April 18: Prepare for Exam 2
• Presentation problems for Friday, April 20: Final Review 1, 2, 3

Wednesday, April 18: Exam 2

Friday, April 20:

• in class: Review for the final exam
• For Monday, April 23: Final Review 4, 5, 6

#### Week 17: Chapter 7

Monday, April 23:

• in class: Review for the final exam
• For Wednesday, April 25: Final Review 7, 8, 9

Wednesday, April 25:

• in class: Review for the final exam
• Get ready for the final exam!

Final exam: Wednesday May 2, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.