Bring a copy of this full course information to
class on Friday, January 25.
Here is a fascinating chapter on the philosophy of
mathematical proof. For those who question what it really
Here's my single favourite
history of mathematics web site . Look there for more
information about the history of anything in geometry.
Here is our reading schedule for the course.
Ok, as asked for, here are solutions from today (4 February).
I will try to ask if you want this done again. Someone asked that I
post problem 12.24, so I did.
Someone else asked for some notes on indexed sets. Here
More things requested: solutions to XM2
samples, and solutions to Quiz 3.
Solutions to problem sets: Problem Set 1.
Problem Set 2. Problem
Set 3. Problem Set 4. Problem
Set 5. Problem Set 7.
(More will be added to this page as the semester progresses. Please
ask me if there is something you would like to see included.)
Here's something I was wisely asked for: here are your E-Primes
questions for PS7. I'll also distribute them in class.
Here's a place you may leave anonymous
comments about the course.
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