Math 17
An Introduction to Mathematics Beyond Calculus: Hilbert's Tenth Problem
Last updated February 24, 2015 10:58:16 EST

Announcements:

• Written exercises due Friday, February 27, are now on the Documents page.
• The complete list of final project due dates is still on the Documents page.

Below are links to various documents for the course.

#### Documents

This document contains the written exercises due on Friday, February 27.

This document describes the final project assignment, and gives all the relevant due dates.

This document contains the written exercises due on Friday, February 20.

Here, here, and here are some notes distributed in class.

This document contains the written exercises due on Monday, February 9.

This document describes the final project assignment, and gives the first two preliminary due dates.

These notes and exercises were distributed in class on Wednesday, January 21. This version corrects a couple of typos.

This document includes the complete assignment, and timeline of due dates for your first project.

These notes are the ones distributed in class on Wednesday, January 14, slightly revised. I'm not sure I've found all the typos, so it's possible that a further revised version will appear. If so, that will be duly noted in the announcements.

These written exercises, assigned on Tuesday, January 13, are due at the beginning of class on Friday, January 16. The document also includes some solutions to in-class exercises. These will be the last written exercises assigned this week.

These notes are from Monday, January 12. You should also read section 1.6 of the textbook.

These notes are the ones distributed in class on Friday, January 9.

These written exercises, assigned on Friday, January 9, are due at the beginning of class on Friday, January 16. The document also includes some solutions to in-class exercises.

In these notes from Wednesday, January 7, is written up the proof that the set of composite numbers is Diophantine.

These written exercises, assigned on Wednesday, January 7, are due at the beginning of class on Friday, January 9.

Please fill out this questionnaire and return it to Professor Groszek by the beginning of class on Wednesday, January 7.

These written exercises on decision problems and reducing one decision problem to another are due at the beginning of class on Friday, January 9. We will add another problem or two after class on Wednesday, which will also be due on Friday.

These notes from Monday, January 5, also contain an example illustrating the sort of detail I expect on written exercises.

This preliminary assignment for your first project is due at the beginning of class on Monday, January 12.

This paper, Limits of Polynomials at Infinity, is an example of the style and format expected in a mathematics paper. It also contains some useful content, so you should read it.

Marcia Groszek
Last updated February 24, 2015 10:58:16 EST