**Announcements****Dec. 16:**Grades are posted! The median on the final was 131 (and some scores were VERY low). Curve: Add 20 points. (Also add another 5 points to Test C, as previously hinted.) Final stats: 7 A. 7 B, 7 C, 3 D, 2 F, 1 Q.**Dec. 15:**The final exam key is now available at the proper place below. The homework "total" now entered in WebCT is based on your best 10 assignments out of 12; median = 89. This number will be multiplied by 1.5 to get a homework grade on the scale of 150. The class participation score in WebCT is based on my class records plus half a point for each time you signed the attendance sheet; median = 24. I will add 16 to this number to get a grade on the scale of 50.**Dec. 4:**Free math! Free food! Most recent Math Club announcement (movie)**Nov. 29:**Supercomputing Internship announcement**Nov. 22:**The homework assignment page is now complete!**Nov. 20:**No office hour next Tuesday (Nov. 23).**Oct. 31:**Tuesday (Nov. 2) office hour will start late (4:00 p.m. or slightly later).**Oct. 24:**Test Key B is now available at the proper place below.**Oct. 18:**I have your graded homework from last week. If you want to see it before the test, you can get it during my office hour (Tuesday 3-4) or any other time I'm in the office (likely Tues 1-11:30, Tues 1:30-3, Wed 10:20-11:10).**Oct. 18:**Please bring your textbook to the test on Wednesday! There will be an open-book problem.**Oct. 4:**I will miss the 3:00 office hour tomorrow (Tuesday). I expect to be in my office from 4:00 (or a bit later) to 5:00.**Sept. 17:**Information on how to get a minor in mathematics, or even a double major. Most engineering and science majors can qualify easily.**Sept. 13:**The test on Wednesday, Sept. 22, will cover Sections 1.1 through 1.7. On the tests from previous semesters, relevant questions may appear on either Test A or Test B (or the final exam).

- Instructions for using WebCT Vista to check your homework and test grades.
- Homework assignments
- Course handout
- Please see my home page for up-to-date office hours.
- Fall 2002 course page
including exams with solutions (and link to an even older page).

- Lecture notes (fragmentary and sometimes obsolescent)
- Logic (Part 1) (Part 2)
**revised January 2003** - Set theory
**new Fall 2004** - Synopsis of elementary number theory
- Four basic counting problems
- Combinatorics of multivariable polynomials
- Matrices and graphs of relations
- Master theorem
- Chinese remainder theorem

- Logic (Part 1) (Part 2)
- Test solutions
- Test A (revised and extended)
- Test B (corrected)
- Test C
- Final Exam

Go to home pages: Fulling ._._. Calclab ._._. Math Dept ._._. University

e-mail: fulling@math.tamu.edu

*Last updated Thu 16 Dec 04*