To contact the instructor:j.rhodes@alaska.edu

Course syllabus: M660syl.pdf

**Course Notes:**

- 2016 Course Notes (complete, more or less, for this year...)

The dates below are when problems were assigned. Unless otherwise noted, problems are always due the following Wednesday.

- 1/15 none
- 1/20 read through section 2.2, Problems in section 2.7 #1-7; additional problems for Math students #8-10
- 1/22 read through end of Chapter 2, Problems in section 2.7 #13a,b, 16; additional problems for Math students #12,14,17,18
- 1/25 read through section 3.1
- 1/27 read through statement of Theorem 8 in section 3.2, and all of section 3.3, Problems in section 3.8 #1,2,4,6,9,10; additional for Math students #8,11,12,13
- 1/29 read through section 3.4; Problems in section 3.8 --none--; additional problems for Math students #7
- 2/1 read through 3.7, and start 4.1; Problems in section 3.8 #14, 21; additional problem for Math students #19
- 2/3 read through middle of page 50 in section 4.2; Problems in section 4.6 #1,3,9,10; additional problem for Math students #4,5,7,17
- 2/5 read through end of chapter 4; Problems in section 4.6 #12,14,15,18; additional problems for Math students #16
- 2/8 read through section 5.2
- 2/10 read through section 5.3; Section 5.7 #1,2,5,6,7,11; additional problems for Math students 9,12
- 2/12 read through end of chapter 5; Section 5.7 #13,21,22; additional problems for Math students #14,18,19; Optional problem for Math students who REALLY want to understand NJ: #24
- 2/15 read beginning of Chapter 6
- 2/17 read through 6.2; Section 6.5 #1-6,9; additional problems for Math students #7,10,16,17
- 2/19 read through 6.3; Section 6.5 #12,13,22; additional problems for Math students #18,19,24,25
- 2/22 read through 6.4
- 2/24 read through 7.1; section 6.5 #14,15,30a and section 7.4 #1,2,3; additional problems for Math students section 6.5 #27,29,30b
- 2/26 read through 7.3; section 7.4 #5,9; additional problems for Math students #4,10,13
- 2/29 read through section 8.1
- 3/2 read through section 8.3; section 8.5, #3,5,11; additional problems for Math students #1,7
- 3/4 read to end of chapter 8; Section 8.5, #12; additional problems for Math students #13
- 3/7 read in Chapter 9
- 3/9 read in Chapter 9
- 3/11 Midterm Exam (through Chapter 8)
- SPRING BREAK
- 3/21 read to end of Chapter 9; one-page project proposal due 3/28
- 3/23 read through Section 10.1; Section 9.7, #3,4,7; additional problems for Math students #8,11,12
- 3/25 read through Section 10.2
- 3/28 read through Section 10.3
- 3/30 read remainder of Chapter 10; Section 10.5, #1,3,4; additional problems for Math students #6,7,8
- 4/1 model selection -- not in notes
- 4/4 begin reading Chapter 11
- 4/6 read remainder of Chapter 11; Section 11.7 , #2,3; additional problem for Math students, #4,5
- 4/8 begin reading Chapter 12
- 4/11read through Section 12.2
- 4/13 read through Section 12.3; Section 12.5, #1(Bio students use example starting on page 175, Math students use example starting at bottom of 176), 2,3; additional problems for Math students #5,6
- 4/15 begin reading Chapter 13
- 4/18 continue reading Chapter 13
- 4/20 continue reading Chapter 13; Section 13.6, #3,8,9; additional problems for Math students #2,4,5,6,10 ( DUE FRIDAY 4/29 )
- 4/22 SPRING FEST --no class
- 4/25
- 4/27
- 4/29
- 5/2 last day of class
- 5/3 EXAM : 10:15am --12:15pm
- 5/5 Last day to turn in PROJECTS

- 4/25 begin Chapter 13; Chapter 13 Problems 7,8; additional problems for Math students Chapter 13, Problems 3,5,6,9 (Due 5/4)
- 4/27 no class --- Spring Fest
- 4/30
- 5/2
- 5/4