*Dec 17:*The grades are now available in eCampus. Is there a curve? Yes! Add 20 points to the total you see in eCampus. If that doesn't agree with the letter grade, let me know. (The Hscaled column is (80/277) times the regular homework total.)*Dec 16:*announcement of teaching program in Dallas ._._. Results of the final exam will be posted tomorrow.*Dec 10:*I will be in my office today until 5:30 and tomorrow morning by around 10:00 until 3:00, with time out for lunch. Term papers are available now. I will bring them to the final exam, but my briefcase will be much lighter if you pick them up this week.*Dec 7:*Advance announcement of final exam essay question (Preparing for this takes the place of a take-home question.)*Dec 6:*My seminar has been cancelled, so tomorrow's office hour is back to 3:00 where it belongs!*Dec 4:*The Monday office hour on**December 7**will be at 1:50.*Nov 21:*The rewrite of the last W question (Gergonne) is due Monday,**November 30.***Nov 21:*The Monday office hour on**November 23**will be at 1:50.*Nov 16:*I just learned that I can't meet the Wednesday office hour**November 18**because I have to be at a graduate student's oral exam. There will be a 3:00 office hour on Thursday because my other class has a test on Friday.*Nov 13:*The Monday office hour on**November 16**will be at 1:50.*Nov 5:*Next Math Club meeting,**Tuesday, Nov. 10**. This meeting is about Summer 2016 study abroad programs led by A&M math faculty.*Oct 30:*The Monday office hour will go back to 3:00 for the next two weeks,**November 2 and 11**. After that it will move to either 1:50 or 4:10, depending on circumstances, so please keep checking these announcements each week. I am sorry for the uncertainty.*Oct 22:*The Monday office hour will stay at 1:50 next week,**October 26**.*Oct 14:*Next**Monday, Oct 19,**the office hour will start at 1:50, not 3:00. (In*future*weeks this hour is likely to move to the 4:10 period. Stay tuned.)*Sep 22:*Next Math Club meeting**Tuesday, Sep 29***Sep 4:*Henceforth the Tuesday office hour will be 1:50-2:40 (not 3:00-3:50). The Thursday office hour will still be 3:00-3:50, test weeks only.*Aug 18:*Please read this announcement about the first class meeting, Aug. 31.

- Course handout
- Please see my home page for up-to-date office hours.
- Track your grades on eCampus
- Summary of axioms, definitions, and theorems ._. misprints
- Review exercises for Chapter 2 (a correction to the textbook)
- Policies about term papers ._._. Guidelines for authors ._._. MAA Reference Guide
- Help from ITS about how to put math content into a wiki, or attach a file to it.
- Information from University Writing Center
- Proof of Proposition 3.13
- Preview of midterm exam.
- Excerpt from Halsted's report on Dehn's
models (G. B. Halsted, Science 14 (1901) 705-717).
The missing words at the beginning are
- Manning says, p. 27: "The three hypotheses give rise to three systems of geom-"

- Teams ._._. See Spring 2009's most enthusiastic team.

- Fall 2014
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**(Homework solutions will be visible here after the due date.)** - Spring 2009 ._. Note that the point value of the final exam was larger that time.

[These links start out pointing to previous semesters' notes. They will be replaced as I make revisions.]

- Chapter 1
- Chapter 2
- Chapter 3
- Chapter 4
- Chapters 5 and 6
- Interlude: Arc Length and Riemannian Metric Geometry
- Chapter 7

- Week 1 (Introduction and Chapter 1)
- Weeks 2 and 3 (Chapter 2)
- Weeks 4 and 5 (Chapter 3, betweenness part (and Chapter 8))
- Weeks 6 and 7 (Chapter 3, remainder)
- Weeks 8 and 9 (Chapter 4)
- Weeks 10 and 11 (Chapters 5 and 6)
- Weeks 12 and 13 (Chapter 7)
- Week 14 (Appendix A (and Chapter 8))

- MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive (University of St. Andrews)
- Evans Library mathematics course guide
- University Writing Center
- David Borthwick's lecture on hyperbolic surfaces

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e-mail: fulling@math.tamu.edu