If you're joining the class late, please print and fill this out and bring to class.
Year of study:
Many of these topics may be wholly new to you, but it's possible that some are so familiar that seeing them again will bore you to tears. If you don't have any check marks in the last two columns, this class might be too easy for you.
|Totally solid||Used it but could be better||Quite shaky on this||Never heard of it|
|"For all A there exists a B" vs. "There exists a B such that for all A"||.||.||.||.|
|"this function is one-to-one" and "this function is onto"||.||.||.||.|
|Proofs by contradiction||.||.||.||.|
|Proofs by induction||.||.||.||.|
|Rings and ideals||.||.||.||.|
|The quotient space, of a vector space by a subspace||.||.||.||.|
|"Generating functions", encoding a list of numbers using a power series||.||.||.||.|
Is right after class on Monday a good time for an office hour?
What times on Tuesday could you use an office hour (by me and/or Anna)?
What classes do you plan to take that you figure will use the stuff from this class?
Are you planning to take more math classes, and if so, which?
Anything else we should know about your mathematical background?