In class tests

1. October 17
Here are two practice exams, in the second pair of files there are solutions to the first.
The test will cover all material to the end of this week, so including the lectures on October 8 and 10. Since no homework problems will be assigned for this until after the test, I suggest you work Rudin, Chapter 4, problems 2, 3, 4, 6 to prepare.
Following a request from Yamima Eadan I have added solutions to these four problems
Rudin 4 2-3-4-6 -- postscript
Rudin 4 2-3-4-6 -- acrobat
Test 1 practice -- postscript
Test 1 practice -- acrobat
Test 1 practice with solutions -- postscript
Test 1 practice with solutions -- acrobat
Test 1 with solutions
Test 1 with solutions -- postscript
Test 1 with solutions -- acrobat
2. November 12: Second Test in class.
Here is a practice exam. I will come up with a second one later today
The material covered includes everything up to the end of this week although the emphasis will be on Rudin Chapters 4, 5, and 6, excepting the last three sections of Chapter 4, L'Hôpital's rule and the last section of Chapter 5. I will also not get to the last two sections of Chapter 6. Test 2 practice -- postscript
Test 2 practice -- acrobat
Test 2 practice with solutions -- postscript
Test 2 practice with solutions -- acrobat
Test 2 with solutions -- postscript
Test 2 with solutions -- acrobat
3. December 16: Final Exam -- 1:30PM, duPont.
Conflict exam is on December 18, 9AM.
Here is a description of the sections, in Rudin, covered in the course:
Material covered -- postscript
Material covered -- acrobat
Here is a practice final exam.
Practice-Final -- postscript
Practice-Final -- acrobat
Practice-Final with hints -- postscript
Practice-Final with hints -- acrobat
Here is the final exam with solutions.
Final -- postscript
Final -- acrobat

Homework 10: Originally due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday December 3, now Thursday December 5.

Rudin:
1. Chapter 7, Problem 14
2. Chapter 7, Problem 18
3. Chapter 7, Problem 24
4. Chapter 5, Problem 26
5. Chapter 5, Problem 27
Postscript
Acrobat
Postscript -- solutions
Acrobat -- solutions

Homework 9: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday November 26.

Rudin:
1. Chapter 6, Problem 12
2. Chapter 6, Problem 15
3. Chapter 7, Problem 2
4. Chapter 7, Problem 6
5. Chapter 7, Problem 8
Postscript
Acrobat
Postscript -- solutions
Acrobat -- solutions

Homework 8: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday November 19.

Rudin: Chapter 6.
1. Chapter 6, Problem 5
2. Chapter 6, Problem 7
3. Chapter 6, Problem 10 (a), (b) and (c)
4. Chapter 6, Problem 11
Postscript
Acrobat
Postscript -- solutions
Acrobat -- solutions

Homework 7: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday November 5.

Rudin: Chapters 5 and 6.
1. Chapter 5, Problem 12
2. Chapter 5, Problem 14
3. Chapter 5, Problem 15
4. Chapter 6, Problem 2
5. Chapter 6, Problem 4
Postscript
Acrobat
Postscript -- solutions
Acrobat -- solutions

Homework 6: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday October 29.

Rudin: Chapter 4 and 5.
1. Chapter 4, Problem 20
2. Chapter 4, Problem 23
3. Chapter 4, Problem 26
4. Chapter 5, Problem 1
5. Chapter 5, Problem 2
Postscript
Acrobat
Solutions: Postscript
Solutions: Acrobat

Homework 5: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday October 8.

Rudin: Chapter 3.
1. Problem 1.
2. Problem 20.
3. Problem 21. Note that the sets should be assumed to be non-empty.
4. Problem 22.
Postscript
Acrobat
Solutions - Postscript
Solutions - Acrobat

Homework 4: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday October 1.

Rudin: Chapter 2.
1. Problem 22.
2. Problem 23.
3. Problem 24.
4. Problem 26.
Postscript
Acrobat
Solutions: Postscript
Solutions: Acrobat

Homework 3: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday September 24.

Rudin: Chapter 2.
1. Problem 6.
2. Problem 8.
3. Problem 9.
4. Problem 11.
Postscript
Acrobat
Solutions: Postscript
Solutions: Acrobat

Homework 2: Due at Noon, in 2-251 on Tuesday September 17 (Bianca Santoro is grading this course).

Rudin: Chapter 2.
1. Problem 2.
2. Problem 3.
3. Problem 4.
Postscript
Acrobat
Solutions: Postscript
Solutions: Acrobat
This is the first homework that counts towards your grade. Please try to do it on your own. In any case you must write (or type) it yourself and NOT copy it from some other source. If you need to get help from someone else, in telling you HOW to proceed, that is okay.
Note: You may use the `easy' direction of the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, that a polynomial of exactly order n has at most n roots.

Homework 1: Due at Noon, in 2-108 on Tuesday September 10.

Rudin: Chapter 1.
1. Problem 1.
2. Problem 3.
3. Problem 5.
Postscript
Acrobat
For those of you who were not listening in class, I said that the first problem set would not count towards grades and that, to show you how I would like it done, I would post solutions before the due time. Here they are -- you would be better off trying them yourself first. Even if you do not do this problem set, hand in a piece of paper with your name and e-mail address on it.
Solutions Postscript
Solutions Acrobat