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Math 311: Homework 2 This is the second (o cial) homework assignment for Math 311. It is due at the beginning of class on Friday, February 21st. As always, please come and see me early if you get stuck. More importantly, have fun! Exercise 1. Please do Exercise 4 in the course notes. Exercise 2. Please do Exercise 5 in the course notes. Exercise 3. Please do Exercise 6 in the course notes.
Math 311: Homework 4 This is the forth (o cial) homework assignment for Math 311. It is due at the beginning of class on Friday, March 6th. As always, please come and see me early if you get stuck. More importantly, have fun! Exercise 1. Please do Exercise 13 in the course notes. Exercise 2. Please do Exercise 14 in the course notes. Exercise 3. Please do Exercise 15 in the course notes.
Grading homework for number theory (356), abstract algebra (351), mathematical reasoning (300), advanced calculus (311); Teaching recitations and summer lectures for differential equation for.
Topics in Applied Math I Math 311 Section 501--Fall 2017 TTr: 12:45 - 2:00 BLOC 149 Instructor:. Prerequisites Math 221, 251 or 253; Math 308 or concurrent enrollment, or junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Credit will not be given for more than one of Math 304, 309, 311 or 323. Evaluation. Quizzes (based on assigned homework problems) 25%; Class Exam I 25%; Class.
The applied mathematics major is offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Rutgers University-Newark and the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). The program is designed to provide students with preparation for employment in technology-based industries or graduate study in a number of scientific fields, including.