Math 220, Mathematical Proof

Section 201, Term II 2013-14, TuTh 11:00a.m.-12:30p.m., Math Annex, Room 1100

Instructor:   Dr. Jingyi Chen

Office Location: Math Annex 1212, Phone (604)822-6695, jychen@math.ubc.ca.

Course Outline:   Outline Math 220.

Office Hours: Wednesday: 1:00pm-3:00pm.

Problem Sets: Set1, Set2, Set3, Set4(Set 4 will not be collected),Set5, Set6, Set7, Set8(will not collect), Set9, Set10, Set11, Set12 (We will not collect Set12, but it is very important to finish it)

Homework Solutions: Solution1, Solution2, Solution3, Solution4, Solution5, Solution6, Solution7, Solution8, Solution9, Solution10, Solution11, Solution12

Lecture notes for limits/series/supremum: Notes

Workshop on April 10th Workshop questions (typos corrected) and solutions

Office hours during exam period: 11:00am-12:00pm April 23 (W), 10:00am-12:00pm April 25 (F)

  • Notes: Some people may want to learn and use LaTex to prepare assignments and other documents. Here is a link to Professor Andrew Rechnitzer's course webpage LaTex source

    Midterm Exam 2:

  • Midterm exam 2 will be on March 13 (Thursday) in class, closebook. Duration: 50 minutes.
  • Topics: 4.3, 4.6, Chapter 5, Chapter 8, 9.1-9.5
  • Homework Set 8 will not be collected. But it is very important to finish Set 4 for preparation of the exam and its solutions will be given before the exam.
  • Workshop on March 11 in class. Workshop and Practice Problems, Solutions
  • Midterm 2 solution

    Midterm Exam 1:

  • Midterm1 solutions: Solutions.
  • Midterm 1 will be on February 6 (Thursday) in class, closebook. Duration: 50 minutes.
  • Topics: the exam covers Chapters 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4.1, 4.2, 4.4, 4.5.
  • Homework Set 4 will not be collected. But it is very important to finish Set 4 for preparation of the exam and its solutions will be given before the exam.
  • Workshop on February 4 in class. Solutions
  • Practice midterm Practice. I make no claims that our exam will look like this one, but it should be a useful study aid.
  • University policy on Student Discipline, including policies on academic dishonesty and non-academic misconduct. The penalty for cheating is more severe than most people may think.



  • This page is http://www.math.ubc.ca/~jychen/math220/index.html.

    Here are Jingyi Chen's homepage and UBC Math Dept homepage.

    Last modified: January 2014.