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* Rhea assignments:  
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** [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Week_1|Week 1]]
** [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Week_1|Week 1]]
** [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Week_1|Week 2]]
** [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Week_2|Week 2]]
* [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Course_Notes|Course Notes]]
* [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Course_Notes|Course Notes]]
* [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Definitions|Definitions]]
* [[MA_375_Spring_2009_Walther_Definitions|Definitions]]

Revision as of 18:38, 5 February 2009

Rhea Section for MA 375 Professor Walther, Spring 2009

If you create a page that belong to this course, please write


at the top of the page.


Course Page

Software requirement

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The callout for the Math Club for spring 2009 will be this Thursday evening, February 5 at 6 PM in REC 103.

Pizza and drinks will be provided.

The Math Club provides opportunities for students interested in mathematics to participate in talks of general scientific/mathematical interest, enter competitions, work with other student groups, and get to know some of their colleague and faculty in a more informal setting.

Instructor's corner/How to get started

Getting started

  • To start, click the "Help" button above and read what's there.
  • To edit pages, first log in (with your purdue account to create pages. Then click "edit" (under "Page" above) and remember to click "Save Page" after you are done editting.).
  • To get a quick idea what works how, click "edit" on this page to see how to do the things visible on this page.
  • Note that the "edit" mode has a spell-checking feature: look for red-underlined stuff.

Creating pages

  • To create a new page named "B" from a page A, go to edit page A and insert the text [[B]]. (Note that "B" is like a web address for a webpage. Each page also has a name, but you can call the link anything (like fancy_title) by typing [[B|fancy_title]] rather than just B. After saving, find the new red link on page A that appeared. When you click it, you'll note you are now on page B (which of course is empty at this point).
  • NOTE: if the "new" link comes out blue, instead of red, you chose a title of an existing page and did not create a new one. The blue link gets you simply to the already existing one. Use distinctive names for your new creations!
  • If you place "Category:MA375Spring2009Walther" enclosed by square brackets on top of a new page it will be parsed by the system as belonging to this course. It can then be searched (for) in a meaningful way.

Advanced Rhea techniques

  • You can look at other Rhea pages by clicking "main page" and then "course pages". Especially the ECE pages will get you an idea where one can take Rhea...
  • Do you want to display pages in other pages?

Course Related Material

Homework Related

(Note: Please use class specific names when making pages that apply only to this class. See Uniqueness of pages for more info on what this means and why to do this.)

Exam Related

  • put a link here when relevant



Area to post questions, set up study groups, etc.

Alumni Liaison

Abstract algebra continues the conceptual developments of linear algebra, on an even grander scale.

Dr. Paul Garrett