Success in Mathematics (link)

Common errors (link)

Classic fallacies (link)

12:30--1:20 MWF 336 JB

List of recommended
exercises.

List of assignments..

**Final Exam Period
Wednesday 13 December
11:00 pm 336 JB**

This link is a little too advanced for Calc tests

and a little too elementary for grad work,

but you should all look at it anyway ---

every student who has to write math, be it exams or proofs,

will find something you should keep in mind.

And this is a simple, basic,

American Standard English grammar.

If you can't say it with precision,

you don't understand it.

---Jim Green (physics prof)

Imprecise language is the mark of

a master of persuasion and a novice of mathematics.

---Rebecca Weber (math student)

2:20--3:10 MWF 336 JB

View the syllabus.

List of recommended exercises.

List of assignments..

Some of the links above and below may also help with writing proofs.

**Final Exam Period
Wednesday 13 December
1:00 pm in 336
JB**

1:30--2:20 MWF 336 JB

View the syllabus.

List of recommended exercises.

List of assignments..

**Final Exam Period
Monday 8 May
3:00 pm in 336
JB**

Some of the links above and below may also help with writing proofs.

This link is a little too advanced for Calc tests

and a little too elementary for grad work,

but you should all look at it anyway --

every student who has to write math, be it exams or proofs,

will find something you should keep in mind.

And this is a simple, basic,

American Standard English grammar.

If you can't say it with precision,

you don't understand it.

---Jim Green (physics prof)

Imprecise language is the mark of

a master of persuasion and a novice of mathematics.

---Rebecca Weber (math student)

11:30--12:20 MWF 336 JB

View the syllabus.

List of recommended exercises.

**Final Exam
Monday 8 May
11:00 am in 336
JB**

- Nets and Filters [725]
- Semidirect Products [813,828]
- Tor, Ext, and universal completions [713]

Charles Wells's

has been extensively revised, is now officially published,

and can be purchased here.

The old, shorter, preliminary version

in hypertext
form as a PDF file

is still available to my students

*by special arrangement with the author.*

If you do not have the *free*

Acrobat
or GSview/Ghostscript
reader

for PDFs, you will have to download and install it.

A brief Chronology of geometry [PDF].

Links page

With brief reviews of some

by my Math History classes.

HOMSIGMAA

History of Mathematics Special Interest Group

of the Mathematical Association of America

SMURCHOM

Smoky Mountain Undergraduate Conference

on the History of Mathematics

Beastly humor (PDF)

Piled Higher & Deeper: a grad student comic

Student musings at St. Cloud State U. (link)

Kasman's database of mathematical fiction (link)

An animated kaleidoscope (move cursor
slowly).

[original source]