- Course syllabus
- Email T.A.
- Email instructor (for questions you think your TA won't be able to handle)
- A summarized, undetailed account of the lectures (version of November 30; will be periodically updated with new material)

- Assignment #1. Solutions.
- Assignment #2. Solutions.
- Assignment #3. Solutions.
- Assignment #4. Solutions. (this homework will not be collected; you are strongly recommended to try to solve it yourself before looking at the solutions)
- Assignment #5. Solutions.
- Assignment #6. Solutions.
- Assignment #7. Solutions.
- Assignment #8. Solutions.
- Assignment #9. Solutions.

- (12/11/11) Have a great winter break!

- (12/11/11) Final grades have been uploaded to the system and should
be visible soon on SmartSite/SIS. Here is an explanation of how the grades
were computed: a total score (in the range 0-100) was
computed as a weighted average of the midterms, final, and
homework assignments, as described in the syllabus (this total
score can be seen on the course SmartSite grades, under "Final numerical score"). The letter grades were then
computed from the total score according to the following cutoff
ranges:
A+ top 2 students A 80-100 A- 70-79.999 B+ 67-69.999 B 63-66.999 B- 60-62.999 C+ 58-59.999 C 55-57.999 C- 50-54.999 D 48-49.999 D- 45-47.999 F 0-44.999

The mean total score (among students who took the final exam) was 62.8, and the highest total score was 92.13. The following table shows the distribution of the letter grades, computed from among students who took the final exam:

A range (A+, A, A-) 30 students (42.2%) B range (B+, B, B-) 17 students (23.9%) C range (C+, C, C-) 11 students (15.4%) D range (D+, D, D-) 5 students (7%) F 13 students (18.3%)

- (12/6/11) Click here for solutions to the practice exam (note: it is highly recommended to try solving the exam yourself before looking at the solutions.)
- (12/4/11) Yvonne Kemper will hold a review session on Wednesday, December 7 at 6-8pm in Young 184. You are encouraged to attend and prepare any questions you would like answered.
- (12/2/11) Click here for a practice exam with some notes to help you study for the final exam. Solutions will be posted next week.
- (10/28/11) The grades for the midterm exam have been posted on SmartSite. The average grade was 51, the median grade was 52, and the standard deviation of the grades was 19. Here is a chart showing the distribution of the grades:

- (10/25/11) Click here for solutions to the midterm exam.
- (10/21/11) Yvonne Kemper will hold a review session for the midterm exam today at 4-5:30 in 119 Wellman Hall.
- (10/11/11) The Student Disability Center asks that students interested in serving as paid notetakers for this course please contact Russ Zochowski. Notetakers are paid a stipend of $25 per unit. Students are asked to put notetaker, the course title and number, and instructorâ€™s name in the subject lines of their emails.
- (9/30/11) On the "Quick Links" section above there is a new link to a pdf file with summaries of the content of my lectures so far (including a small amount of material not yet covered). I will periodically update this file with more material.
- (9/26/11) The textbook has been updated by the authors with changes to Appendix A. If you have previously saved the file, please redownload it.
- Download the textbook
- The math department's syllabus for this class (we will follow it, with possible minor variations).
- Math 98 optional Proofs Workshop for Math 67 (see syllabus for description)

Instructor details: |
Dan Romik |

Mathematical Sciences Building 2218 | |

tel: 530-554-1498 | |

email: | |

For more information go to my home page | |

Lectures: |
MWF 11:00-11:50 at Wellman 216 |

Discussions: |
• Section A01: T 11:00-11:50 at Haring 2016 • Section A02: T 3:10-4:00 at Hutch 115 |

Office hours: |
T 9:30-10:30 at my office (MSB 2218) |

T.A.: |
Yvonne Kemper (MSB 3125, office hours: M 12-1, F 9:30-10:30) |

The course syllabus contains a detailed description of the course as well as information on the textbook, course policies, exams and grading.