Math 1102 -Introduction to Mathematical Thinking, Section 2

Fretwell 128, Tuesday and Thursday 9:30-10:45; Office 345A Fretwell; hours, 1-3 Tuesdays and Thursdays;

Email: Harold Reiter,      

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Information (office hours, policies, grading system, etc.) READ THIS FIRST

The textbook for the course is The Heart of Mathematics.   Click here for The Heart of Mathematics Resource Center.

List of assignments: This list will be updated regularly during the semester. I want you to read the book. We'll cover several sections of each of the first four chapters and part of chapter 7 as well.

Here's a list of items discussed on the first day. Here’s a list of topics for test 1. In case you did not understand lecture 5 on Sept 5, I’ve typed it out, including the problem I’d planned to ask you about for homework…the possibility of not getting a 3 number sector with sum of 19 or more.

Study guides for the tests I’ll update this before the test.

Tests The tests and solutions will go here after they are graded.

Homework Problems and Solutions

Access to Grades

Nim and other Puzzles/Games/Algorithms

Here's a paper Harold Reiter wrote in August 2000 about teaching and learning. It’s mainly intended for Math 1100 students, but also applies to other classes. His philosophy of teaching, part 1 and
Philosophy of teaching, part 2 and be found here.