Due | Problems |

9/1 | Homework 1 |

9/6 | Read the rest of Chapter 1. Read Habits of highly mathematical people |

9/8 | Homework 2 |

9/13 | Read the next two parts of Chapter 2, p. 31-39 (Compound Statements and Elementary Proof Techniques) |

9/15 | Homework 3 LaTeX template and information (this is a text file, but you might have to take some steps to get your computer to recognize it because it's a .tex file; if you really have trouble, this version should work). |

9/20 | Read the first part of Chapter 3, p. 50-57 |

9/22 | Homework 4 By this time, visit Prof. Towsner in office hours and introduce yourself |

9/27 | Read the last part of Chapter 3, p. 63-71 |

9/29 | Homework 5 |

10/4 | No reading |

10/11 | Read "Composition of Functions" in Chapter 4 (p. 85-87) |

10/13 | Homework 6 Read the first 5 chapters of The Parrot's Theorem (p. 1-64) and write between one and two pages (handwritten or typed) with your reaction to those five chapters and any questions or observations you have about the material contained therein. If you wish, you may look up the work of one of the mathematicians mentioned and write that page on some result/theorem of his/hers that you did not know before. |

10/18 | First midterm |

10/20 | Read the rest of Chapter 4 (p. 92-94) |

10/25 | Read Appendix A (p. 371-382) |

10/27 | Homework 7 |

11/1 | No reading |

11/3 | Homework 8 |

11/8 | Read the first part of Chapter 13 (p. 256-258) |

11/10 | Homework 9 |

11/15 | Read the next two parts of Chapter 13 (p. 259-267) |

11/17 | Homework 10 |

11/22 | No reading |

11/29 | Second midterm |

12/1 | First part of Writing assignment |

12/8 | Homework 11 |