Date 
Work is always due at the BEGINNING
of class. Additional hw TBA. 
21 Jun  Fri 
Final Research Sessions
Test 3 corrections

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20 Jun  Thur 
Final Research Sessions

19 Jun  Wed 
Test 3 study guide.
The test will be from 10:2011:35, and I will have office hours that
begin at 11:35.
The class time after test 3 is free for you to
ask me questions and/or work elsewhere on the final research sessions.
Begin working on the final research session components.

18 Jun  Tues 
Study for Test 3 via the
study guide
and access any ASULearn solutions that you have not
already read through.
Write down (to turn in) any questions related to test 3. After some new
material on Tuesday, I will take time to answer your questions,
so be sure to prepare some! (If there aren't any questions then we will go
on to additional new material).
Read through the Final Research Sessions
and write down any questions

17 Jun  Mon 
Problem Set 4
Guidelines
Test 2 corrections due

14 Jun  Fri 
Read p. 146150 and p. 265269
Exercises 2.8 #11, 13, 17, 21c and d
Exercises 5.1 #2, 31
Continue working on Problem Set 4 (you have material for
#1,2,3 and some of 4)
and begin working on Test 2 corrections, both due on Monday

13 Jun  Thur 
Read through p. 163167 in 3.1, p. 169172 in 3.2 and p. 180181 in 3.3
Exercises 3.1 1, 15, 21, 25, 39b,
Exercises 3.2 37, 42
Exercises 3.3 19, 25
Begin working on Problem Set 4 (Problems 1 and 2) under Monday's due date

12 Jun  Wed 
Test 2 study guide.
Test 2 from 10:2011:35 and then we resume class. If you finish early you
may leave and come back at 11:35.

11 Jun  Tues 
Read through 1.9 and 2.7 solutions and
Problem Set 3 solutions and write down any questions
Read through the study guide (including
the sample questions at the end).
Write down (to turn in) any questions related to test 2. After some new material
on Tuesday, I will take time to answer your questions, so be sure to
prepare some! (If there aren't any questions then we
will go on to additional new material).

10 Jun  Mon 
Test 1 Corrections Due
Read through 1.8, 1.9 and 2.7 and write down any questions. To turn in:
1.9 exercises #24 a) and e)
2.7 exercises # 1, 3, 5, 7, 9

7 Jun  Fri 
Problem Set 3
Problem Set Guidelines

6 Jun  Thur 
Continue working on Problem Set 3
If you haven't been keeping up with ASULearn solutions for the exercises,
then read through any that you have missed. Write down any questions.
Work on Test 1 Corrections

5 Jun  Wed 
Read through 2.2 and 2.3 and write down any questions
2.2 Exercises 1, 5, 9 c), 13, 17, 21, and 23
2.3 Exercises 3, 5, 11 c) and d), 19, 21, 23

4 Jun  Tues 
Read through 2.1 and write down any questions
2.1 Exercises #5, 9, 10, 15 b) and e), 21, 23 and 27
Begin working on the 2.1 questions in Problem Set 3 that is due on Friday

3 Jun  Mon 
Test 1 study guide.
Test 1 from 10:2011:35 and then we resume class.
If you finish early you may leave and come back at 11:35.

31 May  Fri 
Read through Problem Set 2 Solutions on ASULearn
Study for test 1 [solutions on ASULearn,
clicker questions on the class highlights page,
as well as class notes and the study guide]
To turn in: create one true/false question related to class material,
write it down, and answer it [with a counterexample if false and a page
number and explanation if true]. Also write down any questions you have
related to test 1.

30 May  Thur 
Problem Set 2
Problem Set Guidelines

29 May  Wed 
Read through any solutions on ASUlearn that you haven't already accessed
and write down any questions.
Continue working on Problem Set 2.

28 May  Tues 
Read through 1.5 and 1.7 and write down any questions. Exercises to
turn in:
1.4 31, 33
1.5 9, 13, 19, 21, 23 a and d
1.7 1, 9, 21 b
Begin working on Problem Set 2.

27 May  Mon 
Read through 1.3 and 1.4 and write down any questions.
Exercises to turn in:
1.3 1, 5, 9, [15 you can use Gaussian in Maple and reason from there], 23 b,c,e, 27 a,b
1.4 3, 9, 13, 15, 23 b,f,
Problem Set 2 is now available  at this point
you could work on Problems 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 ad.

24 May  Fri 
Go to ASULearn and read through the exercise solutions.
While you are there, click on Profile, click on Edit Profile,
and add a picture of yourself so that it is easier to get to know each
other. Note: To
contact anyone in class, click on Participants, click on their
picture, and
click on Send message. This is the best way to contact me outside of
class.
Problem Set 1 Problem Set Guidelines

23 May  Thur 
Read through the ASULearn solutions.
A similar style of explanation is necessary for problem set 1 but not
for exercises [where you show work but do not need to fully explain].
Note that I often do much more than what the question asked you to do in
order to help you make connections by understanding
the biggerpicture and/or diverse methods and
perspectives, so reading these count as participation.
Exercises to turn in  do these using byhand row operations
since you need to get efficient at the byhand methods.
1.2 3, 11, and 19
1.5 3
Webworks Practice1b. Note: I have fixed the permissions issue.
Your username AND password will be your ASUlogin, like greenwaldsj or
greenwaldsj1 or similar. If you have any problems, message me on ASULearn.
Carefully read through Problem Set Guidelines
and write down any questions you have
Begin working on Problem Set 1 under Friday's due date.

22 May  Wed 
Read through the online syllabus carefully.
Search google for Dr. Sarah, click on my page, and click on the MAT 2240
link and then the Syllabus link. Prepare to share something you read there
and write down any questions you
have  the university considers this a binding contract between us.
Obtain the textbook and iclicker
available for rental at the bookstore. Bring the iclicker to all
classes.
Read p. 121 and p. 43 and write down any questions you have.
Exercises to turn in 
the answers to odd problems are in the back of the book  it is your job to
show work. Do these using byhand row operations since you need to get
efficient at the byhand methods:
1.1 3, 19, 24 part b
1.2 7, 21 part e), 31
1.5 5
Do not worry about getting the correct answer  instead concentrate
on the ideas and the methods. This will count as participation and will
not receive a specific grade, although I will mark whether you attemped
the problems. For true/false questions, if a part is false, provide a specific
counterexample, if it is true, quote a phrase and page number from the text.

21 May  Tues 
First Class
