Problem set 1, due in class Thursday, January 12
Section 1.1. Problems 10, 20, 30, 32
Section 1.2. Problems 8, 14, 16
Section 1.3 Problems 4, 12
Answer key to Problem Set 1 is posted on Connect.
Problem set 2, due in class Thursday, January 19
Section 1.4. Problems 4, 12
Section 1.5. Problems 16, 18
Section 2.1 Problems 4, 6
Section 2.2 Problem 14
Answer key to Problem Set 2 is posted on Connect.
Problem set 3, due in class Thursday, January 26
Section 2.3. Problems 4, 10, 14
Section 2.4. Problems 2, 6, 12
Section 2.5 Problems 2, 6, 12, 14
Answer key to Problem Set 3 is posted on Connect.
Problem set 4, due in class Tuesday, February 7
Section 3.1 Problems 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 18, 22
Answer key to Problem Set 4 is posted on Connect.
Problem set 5, due in class Thursday, March 2
Section 3.2 Problems 6, 12, 18, 20
Section 3.3 Problems 2, 6, 16
Section 3.5 Problems 2, 4, 9
Answer key to Problem Set 5 is posted on Connect.
Problem set 6, due in class Tuesday, March 14
Section 4.1 Problems 4, 8
Section 4.2 Problems 6, 10, 14
Section 4.3 Problems 4, 12
Section 4.4 Problems 10, 12, 16
Section 4.5 Problems 4, 6, 15
Section 4.6 Problems 4, 8, 14
Answer key to Problem Set 6 is posted on Connect.
Problem set 7, due in class Tuesday, March 28
Section 5.1 Problems 8, 20
Section 5.2 Problems 4, 14, 15, 16, 18
Section 5.3 Problems 2, 4, 6, 12
Midterm 1 will cover sections 1.1 - 1.6, 2.1 - 2.5 and 3.1 from the text.
Practice problems for Midterm 1. This is an actual midterm given in Math 300 in 2015 by my colleague Malabika Pramanik.
Solution for Practice problems for Midterm 1.
More practice problems for Midterm 1. This is another actual midterm given in Math 300 in 2015, this one by my colleague Kalle Karu. Solutions posted on connect.
Midterm 1 problems and solutions
Midterm 2 will cover sections 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, and 4.1-4.6 from the text. The main focus of Chapter 3 is on exponential, trigonometric, hyperbolic, logarithmic, power and inverse trig. functions. Chapter 4 covers complex integration, culminating in the Cauchy Integral formula and its numerous corollaries. You should also review the material covered prior to Midterm 1 (e.g., the Cauchy-Riemann equations or partial fractions, etc.) This material is foundational and may be needed to solve some of the Midterm 2 problems.
Practice problems for Midterm 2.
Solutions to practice problems for Midterm 2.
Midterm 2 problems and solutions.
Total 1 := Homework (20%) + Midterm 1 (20%) + Midterm 2 (20%) + Final exam (40%), and
Total 2 := Homework (20%) + Best midterm (20%) + Final exam (60%),
and use the higher of these two numbers.