Class

Here is the first day handout for Math 366.

Homework

Sect. 10.1:     (15, 18, 29)                2-14, 19-23, 26, 28, 30, 31   [19, 20, 21, 26, 28]
Sect. 10.2:     (18, 19, 29, 33)          1-17, 21, 24, 31-34, 37-40   [11, 13, 17, 24, 38, 40]
Sect. 10.3:     (16, 26, 30)                1-21, 24, 29, 31, 32    [8, 19, 24, 32]
Sect. 10.4:     (3, 13, 14, 22)            1-11, 16, 18-24   [2, 5, 9, 21, 24]
Sect. 11.1:     (7, 12, 24, 32)            1-17, 22-27, 32-34   [5, 11, 15, 16, 26]
Sect. 11.2:     (3, 8, 12, 17)              1-19, 23, 26, 27-40   [7, 10, 15, 26, 37]
Sect. 11.3:     (2, 9, 12, 19, 24, 26)  1-28, 34-36   [5, 6, 16, 17, 28]
Sect. 11.4:     (2, 3, 6, 7, 17)             2-14, 19-23, 26, 28, 30, 31 1-24, 31, 34-40    [9, 12, 15, 20, 36]

Sect. 12.1:     (10,12, 17,23,33)   1-19, 28-36, 42-45    [10,23,31]
Sect. 12.2:     (7,10,17,18)             1-14, 23,25,27-29,38,39 (Ignore any parts of these problems which are concerned with classifying border patterns.)    [2,3,5,27,38]

Sect. 12.3:     (4,6,9,16,26)             1-21, 24-26    [5,7,18, 25]
Sect. 13.1:     (5,7,12,21,29)             1-29,34-36    [2,8, 11,20,24 ]
Sect. 13.2:     (4,7,11,17,36)             8-17, 19,23-29,37,38    [14,24,37,38]
Sect. 13.3:     (7,13,10,1,20)             1-27,31-33    [6,8,15,27]

Sect. 14.1:    
Sect. 14.2:    
Sect. 14.3:    
Sect. 14.4:    

Exams

The first exam will cover chapters 10 and 11. This test is scheduled for Wednesday July 19. Here is a copy of this exam.

The second exam will be given on Monday, July 31 and will cover chapters 12 and 13. Here is a copy of that exam .

The final will be offered during the regularly scheduled class time on Monday August 7. There will be a review for the final on Sunday August 6. The review will be held in the regular classroom. If any student has a conflict with the scheduling of the final, contact me for rescheduling.

Projects

The first project of the semester is from chapter ten. It will be due Friday July 14 (or Monday July 17).
Here is the second project of the semester.

For the third project you must construct an Escher-like tiling. The finished product must be at least 11 by 14 and an individual tile may not be so large that 6 or 8 of them cover the entire project. For some hints on how to construct an individual tile see the section, Tilings of Escher Type, beginning on page 796 of the text. You must tell me which polygon you began with and you might want to include the template for the individual tiles with the work you hand in. Some part of the grade will be artistic in nature (probably 5 points or so) the rest will be from following directions.

Here is the fourth project of the semester. It is due on Thursday Aug. 10.


Alert!! Alert!!

There is a misprint in this project. In question 2, the point A should be (-2,1) instead of (-2,3). I apologize for the error.


Finally here is the fifth, and final, project of the semester. It will be due on Mon. Aug. 7.