Spring 2017
syllabus (important dates included)
Text work  Problems to do  Problems to Collect 
1.7  13,10,11,12,17,21,23,24  10,24 
end Ch 2  ALL  
Back of Book  Ch 2 sets and proofs: 10,29,34,14,16,31
Ch 2 logic and proofs: 5,16,31,40,66,89,103,114,139,147 

Ch 3  3,5,7,11,12
and also… 8,9,15,21 (8 and 21 will be collected) 
11 and Onto Problems
IS1: Prove that the function f:ℝ→ℝ given by IS2: Prove that the function f:ℝ×ℝ→ℝ×ℝ given IM1: Let f:A→B be a function. Let X be a subset of A. 
Ch 4  All problems fair game  8,11,20,23 
Ch 5  from 5.9: 1,4,6,7,10,14,17,18,19,20,23  
CM1: Prove that a perfect square cannot be congruent to 3 mod 4.
CM2: Create a theorem that fully describes what a perfect square is congruent to mod 4. Prove it. 

Ch 6  6.13: 1,5,6,8,22
end of book: 97,102,135,160 
Schedule: See below for what readings/problems are due each day:
Monday 
Wednesday 
Friday 
Jan 30:  Feb 1: Read Sections 1.31.5 and do check yourself problems  Feb 3: Read sections 2.12.2.3 and write up proof from class on pigeonhole principle 
Feb 6: work on SC1 from handout. Probably due Wed. Work on some problems from end of Ch2. Try some of the problems in the back of the book too!  Feb 8: SC1 due AND read rest of Chapter 2 AND work on some Ch 2 problems and back of book problems  Feb 10: 
Feb 13: nothing due… but be working on the SC problems on the handwritten sheet (due Thursday by noon) and the problems due Wednesday  Feb 15: Due today: problems
Ch 2: 10,16,18 back of book: 20,66,103,129,190 Due Thur by 1 pm: SCU and SCI 
Feb 17: Work on rewrites and, though not all collected, all the Ch 2 problems – fair game for the test next week 
Feb 20: negation worksheet collected, keep working on problems  Feb 22: test 1 day  Feb 24: reading due 3.1&3.2 and check yourself problems
rewrite of the following proofs deadline: Pigeonhole, SC1, SCU 
Feb 27: rewrite of SCI deadline  Mar 1: skeleton packet due, work on Ch 3 problems  Mar 3: IS1 and IS2 above due 
Spring Break  
Mar 13: Read 3.43.7 for today Note: 3.6 is the important section here… I want us to get isomorphisms down graphs are an easy way to help us understand, but the main focus is on isoms!  Mar 15: worksheet from before spring break due (function problems)  Mar 17: read 4.1 and 4.2 and do check yourself problems
IM1 above due as well as problems 8 and 21 from Ch 3 
Mar 20: skeleton packet and IS1/IS2 deadline
work on the Induction chapter HW 
Mar 22: collect problems 11,20 from Ch 4 as redo problems  Mar 24: Read rest of Ch 4… someone will present/discuss flaw in the every duck is gray proof… work on Ch4 problems 
Mar 27: Ch 4 problems 8,23 due not for redos  Mar 29: deadline for IM problem  Mar 31: TEST 2 date 
Apr 3: for class, read 5.15.3
Tuesday: deadline for induction redos 
Apr 5: for class, work on the equiv relation worksheet emailed out

Apr 7:
Redo problem ER1 first attempt due today

Apr 10: QUIZ on bookwork Ch 5 and equiv relations in general  Apr 12: collect Equiv Rel worksheet emailed out

Easter Break 
Easter Break  Apr 19: Read 6.1 and 6.2
Presentation due: The Axiom of Choice start working on CM problems above 
Apr 21: first attempt of CM problems due

Apr 24:
Essay due: The Axiom of Choice ER1 redo deadline 
Apr 26: work on Ch 6 problems listed above  Apr 28: Test 3 day 
May 1:
CM redo deadline 
May 3: work on Ch 15 problems  May 5: work on Ch 15 problems 
May 9: LAST DAY  
From an old book… for my reference….
Homework  you do…  collected… 
1.1  17(do 3ish parts, you pick), 8  8 
1.2  3,4,5,6,8,11a,12a,13c,16b  D1,D4 
1.3  4,5,10,15,16,17  
1.4  5,6,811  17,18,20a,D4 
2.1  14(do at least a couple parts),5,9,12,14,16,20bce,21  D1,14,16 
2.2  16(do at least a couple parts of each),15,22a,23,26,27  23 
2.3  17,12,14,16 a or b,17b,18,20,22,26  16,22 
3.2  14,616,20,21  
3.1  1,2,3(a couple parts),4ab,6,7,10,12,1517,18(a couple parts),21,22  10,16, maybe more… 
3.3  1,2,7,10  7 (do the part we did not do in class) 
4.2  110,13,16,18  10a,18 
5.2  14,10,23,24,39,40,42  
6.1  1,4,6acfg,11,16 