You are allowed and encouraged to work together on homework. Yet, each student is expected to turn in their own work. In general, late homework will not be accepted. However, you are allowed to turn in **up to two late homework assignments**. Reviewing material from previous courses and looking up definitions and theorems you may have forgotten is fair game. However, when it comes to completing assignments for this course, you should *not* look to resources outside the context of this course for help. That is, you should not be consulting the web, other texts, other faculty, or students outside of our course in an attempt to find solutions to the problems you are assigned. This includes Chegg and Course Hero. On the other hand, you may use each other, the textbook, me, and your own intuition. **If you feel you need additional resources, please come talk to me and we will come up with an appropriate plan of action.** Please read NAU’s Academic Integrity Policy.

There are many resources available to assist you with doing your homework (e.g., office hours, Discord discussion group, free tutoring at numerous places across campus). You are strongly encouraged to ask questions in our Discord discussion group, as I (and hopefully other members of the class) will post comments there for all to benefit from. You are also encouraged to stop by during my office hours and you can always email me. Lastly, *free* tutoring is available through the Math Achievement Program.

Unless a student has a documented excused absence, late homework will not be accepted.

Most of the Daily Homework assignments are to be completed via WeBWorK, which is an online homework system. You should log in with your NAU credentials.

**Daily Homework 1:**Read the syllabus and write down 5 items that you think are important.*Note:*All of the exam dates only count as a single item. (Due Wednesday, August 31)**Daily Homework 2:**Create a free Discord account, accept the invite to our Discord server, and post something about yourself in the #introductions channel. (Due Wednesday, August 31 by 9pm)**Daily Homework 3:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, August 31 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 4:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Thursday, September 1 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 5:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, September 2 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 6:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Thursday, September 8 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 7:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, September 9 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 8:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Tuesday, September 13 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 9:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, September 14 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 10:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Monday, September 19 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 11:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Tuesday, September 20 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 12:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, September 21 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 13:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, September 28 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 14:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, September 30 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 15:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Tuesday, October 4 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 16:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, October 5 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 17:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, October 7 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 18:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Monday, October 10 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 19:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, October 12 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 20:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Thursday, October 13 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 21:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, October 19 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 22:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, October 21 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 23:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Monday, October 24 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 24:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, October 26 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 25:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, October 28 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 26:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Monday, October 31 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 27:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, November 2 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 28:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, November 9 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 29:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Thursday, November 10 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 30:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, November 16 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 31:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Friday, November 18 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 32:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, November 23 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 33:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, November 30 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 34:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Thursday, December 1 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 35:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Wednesday, December 7 by 10:00pm)**Daily Homework 36:**Complete the corresponding problems on WeBWorK. (Due Thursday, December 8 by 10:00pm)

For each of the Weekly Homework assignments, answer each of the indicated questions. To receive full credit on a problem, you must show sufficient work for each of your answers (unless stated otherwise). How you reach your answer is more important than the answer itself. I expect your solutions to be *well-written*, *neat*, and *organized*. Do not turn in rough drafts. What you turn in should be the polished version of potentially several drafts.

**Weekly Homework 1:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Thursday, September 8 at class time)**Weekly Homework 2:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Thursday, September 15 at class time)**Weekly Homework 3:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Friday, September 30 at class time)**Weekly Homework 4:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Thursday, October 6 at class time)**Weekly Homework 5:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Thursday, October 27 at class time)**Weekly Homework 6:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Friday, November 4 before exam)**Weekly Homework 7:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Thursday, November 17 by 5pm)**Weekly Homework 8:**Complete the problems posted here. (Due Wednesday, November 23 at class time)

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