# Math 4303 Fundamentals of Math from an Advanced Standpoint Homework

## Dr. Duval

The week of November 3-5, we will discuss Section 3.3.3 (we will come back to 3.3.2 later).

On Tuesday, November 10, is our second exam, covering up through Section 3.3.3. On Thursday, November 12, we will discuss Section 3.3.2.

### In-class homework presentations

2.1.1: 4ab, 9a, 12a.
2.1.2: 2, 4, 6.
2.1.3: 1, 5, 6, 8.
2.1.4: 1, 3, 4, 5ab, 8a.
2.2.1: 1.
2.2.2: 1abc, 2.
3.1.1: 2abc, 3ab.
3.1.2: 1, 3.
3.1.3: 1ab, 2b.
3.1.3: 6, 8.
3.2.1: 1, 3ab.
3.2.1: 5, 9, 12a.
3.2.2: 1.
3.2.2: 8.
3.2.3: 1, 2, 3, 11.
3.2.4: 1bdfgh.
3.2.4: 6, 7.
3.3.1: 6.
3.3.3: (a) graph equation (1), pointing out interesting features of the graph, including those that are interesting for the box problem; (b) solve the box problem for a 13'' by 21'' sheet of paper.
3.3.3: 1, 2, to be discussed Thursday, November 5.

### Written homework assignments

2.1.1: 4c, 6, 8, 9bc, due Thursday, September 3.
2.1.2: Find the first three decimal places of the cube root of 5, using only multiplication, and then use your calculations to describe the first three intervals I_k in the construction of the decimal for the cube root of 5, due Thursday, September 10.
2.1.3: 4, 7, 9, due Thursday, September 10.
2.1.4: 2, 5cd, 8a, 9, due Thursday, September 17.
2.2.1: 3, due Thursday, September 17.
2.2.2: 4, 9, 12 (typo: 1 + sqrt(3)i), due Thursday, September 24.
3.1.1: 6, 7, due Thursday, September 24.
3.1.2: 6, 7, due Thursday, October 1.
3.1.3: 2a (using 2b), 3, 9, 13ab, due Thursday, October 8.
3.2.1: 2, 3c, 4, 11, 12c, due Thursday, October 15.
3.2.2: 2, 7, due Thursday, October 22.
3.2.3: 4, 5, 7a, due Thursday, October 22.
3.2.4: 2, 5, 8, 10, 12, due Thursday, October 29.
3.3.1: 3, 7, 9, due Thursday, November 5.
3.3.3: 3, 6, due Thursday, November 12.