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Here is the optional writing assignment. First deadline: Friday, March 20.
Here is the course syllabus.
My office hours are Wednesdays 23pm and Thursdays 121pm.

Item 
Date 
Information 
Homework 1
Solutions

Fri, Jan 31

The Quadratic Formula
Long Division of Polynomials
Descartes' Factor Theorem
Unique Factorization

Homework 2
Solutions

Fri, Feb 14

Intermediate Value Theorem
Newton's Method
Cardano's Formula
Complex Numbers

Exam 1
Review Notes
Solutions

Fri, Feb 21

Approximate Grade Ranges:
A = 2024
B = 1620
C = 1316

Homework 3
Solutions

Fri, Mar 6

Trigonometry
De Moivre's and Euler's Formulas
The Complex Plane
Roots of Unity

Coronavirus Happened Here 
Homework 4
Solutions

Fri, Apr 10

Preview of GaussWantzel
Vector Spaces
Complex Numbers as Real Matrices
FTA and Partial Fractions
Euclidean Domains
Partial Fractions Theorem
Leibniz' Mistake, nth Roots of Any Number
HW4 Discussion

Homework 5
Solutions

Fri, May 1

Euler's Attempt at the FTA
Equivalent Statements of FTA, Laplace's Proof
Symmetric Polynomials
Fundamental Theorem of Symmetric Polynomials
Conclusion of Laplace's Proof

Epilogue


Modular Arithmetic in Z and F[x]
Kronecker's Theorem
Algebraic Translation of "Constructibility"
HW5 Discussion, Quadratic Field Extensions
Three Impossible Constructions
GaussWantzel and Beyond
Who Was Evariste Galois?

Cheat Sheet for a Fictional Exam: Due Wed, May 6 