We’ll use this page to keep track of what has happened each day in class. It won’t contain any of the nitty-gritty details, but will instead serve to summarize what has transpired each day.

Week 1

  • Monday, January 11: First day! We spent the majority of the time discussing logistics. In particular, we did took a brief tour of the course webpage, BbLearn, and Discord. We spent a few minutes discussing the first few homework problems.
  • Wednesday, January 13: After reviewing some nuts and bolts about the course, we quickly went over solutions to a few of the homework problems, and then we jumped into student presentations. We had ZM, AG/MH, and MW present 2.4, 2.5, and 2.13(a), respectively. Great first day of presentations!
  • Friday, January 15: Busy day. We didn't quite get through everything, but we had great discussions. After reviewing some brief solutions to some select problems, we had HG, DR, JH, and BT presented Problems 2.14, 2.18, 2.22(a), and 2.22(b), respectively.

Week 2

  • Monday, January 18: No classes. MLK Day!
  • Wednesday, January 20: Another busy day. We more or less got caught up. We had SA, KB, HG, MH, AR, MS, JL, ML, and EB present Problems 2.32(a), 2.32(b), 2.32(c), 2.32(d), 2.33, 2.34, 2.35, 2.42(a), and 2.42(c), respectively. Along the way, I presented Problems 2.24, 2.25, 2.30, 2.32(e), 2.37, 2.38, and 2.42(b).
  • Friday, January 22: Coming soon.


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