# Homework

Homework reinforces concepts and skills while challenging students to extend what they have learned to other types of problems. Because it is important for students to have this experience, instructors will not solve assigned homework problems during office hours before the due date. We will of course answer questions you may have in approaching problems that give you difficulty. It is therefore essential to begin homework sets early so that you may get help if difficulties do arise.

Homework is typically due each Tuesday before midnight (East coast time). We will be using webwork, which you will access through Canvas . As all homework is posted well in advance, no late homework will be accepted.

Cooperation on homework is both permitted and encouraged, but your final solutions should be your own. Since webwork does not always align with the course material, below we have list textbook problems that you should do. They are not to be turned in or graded, but the techniques used in solving these problems will be important to know for exams, and will be useful in ensuring that you are following the material.

Week Suggested Book Problems
Week 1 (V2) §1.2: #65, 68
§1.3: #148, 152, 154, 193
§1.5: #275, 281, 297
§3.1: #10, 15, 30, 43
§5.2: #109
§5.3: #146, 150, 161, 164,173
Week 2 (V2) §5.4: #198, 203, 207, 210, 212, 218
§5.5: #260, 263, 282,292,293
§6.1: #14, 16, 35
§6.2: #65, 95, 98, 114
Week 3 (V2) §6.3: #124, 132,152, 156,162
§6.4: #175, 200, 202, 208
Week 4 (no supplemental work)
Week 5 (V3) §2.3: # 177
§2.4: # 197, 215, 230
§2.5: # 265
Week 6 (V3) §2.5: # 280, 283, 286
§3.2: # 59, 50, 101
§4.2: # 65,75,82,88,89,91,95
Week 7 (V3) §4.3: # 130, 139, 149
§4.4: # 191, 208
Week 8 (V3) §4.6: # 294, 301
§4.7: # 318, 340
Week 9 (no supplemental work)