# mhf-3202-problems-19fall

MHF-3202 Homework

 Section 14.4. 1,2,3,5. (18 Nov) Section 14.3. 3,5,7. (18 Nov) Section 14.2. 3,5,7,9,11,13,15 (will be done in class). (14 Nov) Section 14.1. 1,3,5,9,13. (13 Nov) Section 12.6. 1,3,5,7 (done in class), 9, 11. (8 Nov) Section 12.5. 1,7,9. (6 Nov) Section 12.4. 1,3,7,9. (6 Nov) Section 12.2. 1,5,9,11,13,15. (4 Nov) Section 12.1. 3,5,9,11. (4 Nov) Section 11.5. 3,5,7. (30 Oct) Section 11.4. 5. (28 Oct) Section 11.3. 1,5,9,11,13,15. (28 Oct) Section 11.2. 1,3,5,9,13,15. (25 Oct) Section 11.1. 1,5,11,13,15. (25 Oct) Chapter 10. 15,17,19,25. (16 Oct) Chapter 10. 3,7,11,23. (14 Oct) Chapter 9. 7,19,27. (11 Oct) Chapter 8. 5,9,11,13,15,17,19,21,23.25,31.(11 Oct) Chapter 7. 1,3,5,7,9,13,17,21,25,27,29,30,31,33,35. (9 Oct) Chapter 6. 3,5,7,9,13,15,17. (2 Oct) Chapter 5. 19,21,25,29. (30 Sep) Chapter 5. 5,7,9,13,15,17. (27 Sep) Chapter 4. 13,15,17,27. (27 Sep) Chapter 4. 3,5,9,11. (23 Sep) Read Section 5.3 in Book of Proof. (23 Sep) Read Section 3.1 in the book of Dumas and McCarthy. (20 Sep) Supplemental Problems 2.10.1, 2.10.2, 2.10.3. (16 Sep) Section 2.10. 1,3,5. (16 Sep) Section 2.7. 3,5,7,9. (16 Sep) Supplemental Problem 2.6.1. (11 Sep) Section 2.6. 9,11,13. (11 Sep) Section 2.6. 3,7,9,11,13. (9 Sep) Section 2.5. 1,3,7,11. (9 Sep) Section 2.4. 1,3. (9 Sep) Section 2.3. 1-9 odd. (9 Sep) Section 2.2. 1-11 odd. (6 Sep) Supplementary problem 2.1.1. (6 Sep) Section 2.1. 1-13 odd. Change the instructions for these problems to: For each sentence below, determine if it is a statement, an open sentence or neither. If it is a statement, determine if it is true or false? If an open sentence, give an example (choice of variable(s)) where it is true and an example where it is false. (6 Sep) Section 1.6. Supplementary problem 1.6.1(a,b,c). (30 Aug) Section 1.5. Supplementary problems 1.5.1,1.5.2. (30 Aug) Section 1.8. 1-13 odd; supplementary problems 1.8.1, 1.8.3,1.8.5. (28 Aug) Section 1.6. 1,3,5. (26 Aug) Section 1.5. 1,3,5,7,9. (26 Aug) Section 1.4. 1,5,9,11,13,15,17,19; supplementary problems 1.4.1 and 1.4.2. (26 Aug) Section 1.3. 1,9,13,15. (23 Aug) Section 1.2. 1 (a),(b),(c),(e),(h); 7,11,13. (23 Aug) Section 1.1. 39, 41, 45,47. (23 Aug) Section 1.1. 4n+1, n=0,1,…,9; 31. (21 Aug) Before Wednesday’s first class, read the (one page) introduction (page viii) in the Book of Proof, and Chapter 0 in the book of Dumas and McCarthy. (20 Aug)