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Math 151/O’Neill

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Homework Assignments

Assignment 1, Due Mon., Sept. 15

From the=
Schaum’s outline:

1.71, 1.72,1.73,1.75,1.76,1.78,1.7=
9,1.80,1.81,1.82

From {BT}: chapter 1,

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1,2,6,14,49

Assignment 2, Due Mon. Sept. 22.

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From the Schaum’s outline:

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2.54, 2.55, 2.56, 2.57, 2.58

From [BT]: chapter 1, 58,59,61

From supplementary problems to chapter 1 of [BT] (a li=
nk to
these is on the handouts page of this web site): 31,32,36

Assignment 3, Due Mon. Sept. 29

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From the Schaum’s outline: 2.60,2.61,2.62,2.63,2.68,2.72,2.73,2.74,2.75

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From[BT]: chapter2, 21

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From the supplementary problems to chapter 2 of [BT](see
the handouts link): 1,2

Assignment 4, Due Wed. Oct. 8

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From the Schaum’s outline: 3.55,3.57,4.74,4.86,4.87

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From [BT]: chapter 2,
32, 39, 44, 45

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From the supplementary problems to chapter 2 of [BT]: 11, 16, 21

Assignment 5, Due Mon. Oct 13

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Sample midterm: chapte=
r 1 supplementary
problems 14, 15, 34

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Chapter 2 supplementary problems 6, 19

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The assignment is optional. I will replace your lowest score on a si=
ngle
midterm question with the proportional score from

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your practice exam. You can not get a lower score on your midterm=
by
turning in the sample test.

Assignment 6, Due Friday Oct. 24~~ ~~(by 6pm)

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From [BT]: chapter 3: 5,6,11,13,=
19,20

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From
[BT] supplementary problems to chapter 3: 4, 9, 11

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From Schaum’s outline: 3.60, 3.63,=
3.66,
3.67

Assignment 7, Due Wed. Nov.5

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From[BT]: chapter 4: 2,3,7

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From [BT] supplementary problems to chapter 3: 17,18,19,20

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From Schaum’s outline: 2.71,2.77,3.58,3.61,3.63,3.64,4.71,4.72

Assignment 8, Due Mon. Nov 24. (also
the date of the second midterm)

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From[BT]: chapter 4: 12, 14, 17, 19, 22, 23, 28, 30, 31, 36, 41

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From [BT] supplementary problems to chapter 4: 2, 3, 6, 7, 15=
,21,
23

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From Schaum’s outline: As study problems for the midterm,=
I
suggest the supplementary problems in

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as
well as the solved problems). You need not turn these in.

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Extra Credit: I will give extra credit toward the midterm portion of
your grade for well-written solutions of the example sheet problems

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that I have posted on my web page from a
Probability course given by Tim Gowers. You may work together on these but=
the

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write ups of the solutions must be your o=
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work. You don’t have to solve all of them to get some extra credit. <=
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They may be turned in at any time up until the Final Exam.

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