
HW I due October 14 (in class) is as follows:
page 9, exercise 33
page 22, exercise 45
page 42, exercise 36
page 65, exercises 1718
page 79, exercises 9899
link to the pdf file
I got the email announing the homework after I had assigned other
problems. If you do those I assigned, I will count it as extracredit.
In any case I think that solving 7 problems in more than three
weeks is nowhere near enough. Learning mathematics requires
solving many problems.
 A few problems for your entertainment.

HW II due November 11 (in class) is as follows:
page 123, exercise 43 (just compute the limit; no graphing)
page 133, exercise 37 (hint: you will need intermediate value theorem)
page 144, exercise 12 (epsilondelta; don't let me down)
page 178, exercise 24 (straight forward)
page 179, exercise 30 (trivial)
link to the
pdf file

HW III due November 18 (in class) is as follows:
page 185, exercise 42
page 195, exercise 38
page 196, exercise 51
page 204, exercise 36
page 206, exercise 57

HW IV due Dec 01 (day before class; please put your homework
into the "HW Box" in front of Suleyman Tek's office (SA140).)
page 215, exercise 27
page 215, exercise 34
page 221, exercise 104
page 222, exercise 5
page 235, exercise 42
pdf file

HW V due Dec 16 in class:
page 255, exercise 31
page 255, exercise 32
page 257, exercise 61
page 310, exercise 14
page 310, exercise 16
pdf file
Comments on the solution of some
of the problems.

HW VI due Dec 23 in class:
page 293, exercise 10
page 329, exercises 2932
pdf file
 MEETING Saturday, Dec. 20, 11:00 at my Office FEN 116. I'll
leave a note to those who cannot make it on time. Feel free to
bring tea or coffee. Here are a few
problems from the book with solutions and comments. If
there's anything else I can do, let me know.