## Mathematics 629, Fall, 2006

*Last updated Sat 18 Nov 06 *

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** Textbook:** Victor J. Katz, *A History of Mathematics*,
**Brief Edition**, Pearson Addison-Wesley, 2004,
ISBN 0-321-16193-9

#### ANNOUNCEMENTS

**11/6:** The homework assignment for next Monday got mangled.
It is now corrected.

**11/5:** I graded the optional homework on logarithms, allotting 8 points to the
data experiment and 8 points to the two formulas (since most people who did one of those
did both, as suggested). See my "Lecture 11/12" of 2003
for some comments that bear repeating here. I'll make a "Logarithms" folder where you can
put your papers for public consumption.

**9/30:** Instructions for the second
paper

**9/3:** Instructions for the book
review

**8/30:** Homework angst
._. Here are the exercises.

**8/27:** Updated announcements

**8/24:** The welcoming message

**8/24:** Formal course handout
#### LINKS

Some pertinent links

Old course pages:

Home pages:
Fulling ._._.
WebCT ._._.
NEO ._._.
Math Dept ._._.
University

e-mail: fulling@math.tamu.edu

Grader: vvega@math.tamu.edu

(Please send homework to both of us, but especially to Valentina
Vega.)

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