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= Rhea Section for MA 460 Professor Uli Walther, Fall 2009 =
 
= Rhea Section for MA 460 Professor Uli Walther, Fall 2009 =
 
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<B> <SPAN STYLE="text-decoration: blink;color:blue">Help us find a topic!</span> </B>
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Rhea is now on [http://www.facebook.com/pages/West-Lafayette-IN/Rhea/88771959948 Facebook]!
 
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The rhea team is organizing an essay contest with cash prizes. We would like to have a math topic for the contest. What should it be? Please write your suggestions [[Essay_contest_discussion| here]].
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==[http://www.math.purdue.edu/MA453 Course web page]==
 
==[http://www.math.purdue.edu/MA453 Course web page]==
 
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==12-8-09 <B> <SPAN STYLE="font size: 40px;text-decoration: ;color:red">Bring quiz 3 and quiz 5 to class on Thursday</span> </B>, the scores have disappeared.==
  
 
==<span style="color:#DAA520; background:#000000"> ANNOUNCEMENTS </span>==
 
==<span style="color:#DAA520; background:#000000"> ANNOUNCEMENTS </span>==
  
  
9/22/09
 
  
Tonight and last week we have met in REC 123, so we plan on doing the same for the following meetings.
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-9/15/09
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<B> <SPAN STYLE="text-decoration: ;color:brown">Study Group Meeting Tonight 7:30 p.m. REC 121!</span> </B>
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A study group session will be held tonight (Tuesday, September 15, 2009) at 7:30 p.m. in REC 121. We will continue to have these on the same day and time unless otherwise noted. The actual meeting is planned for REC 121, but if it is taken we will find another room. So meet at REC 121. We will try and get Uli to reserve this room for our time slot. Hope to see you there!
  
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-9/22/09
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<span style="color:brown"> Tonight and last week we have met in REC 123, so we plan on doing the same for the following meetings.</span>
  
9/15/09
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-9/29/09
 
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<span style="color:red"> Euclid groups have been defined, see the next big item below.</span>
<B> <SPAN STYLE="text-decoration: ;color:red">Study Group Meeting Tonight 7:30 p.m. REC 121!</span> </B>
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A study group session will be held tonight (Tuesday, September 15, 2009) at 7:30 p.m. in REC 121. We will continue to have these on the same day and time unless otherwise noted. The actual meeting is planned for REC 121, but if it is taken we will find another room. So meet at REC 121. We will try and get Uli to reserve this room for our time slot. Hope to see you there!
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-11/19/09 Euclid propositions for the final: 6, 7, 8, 11, 15, 18, 20, 32.
  
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==[[EuclidGroupsMA460Fall09|Euclid groups and propositions]]==
  
 
== Software requirement ==
 
== Software requirement ==
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* Click the "Help" button above and read what's there.
 
* Click the "Help" button above and read what's there.
 
* Remember: you need to log in (with your Purdue login) if you want to edit or create pages.
 
* Remember: you need to log in (with your Purdue login) if you want to edit or create pages.
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* Edit a page by clicking "edit" (under "Page" above). Don't forget to "save" (at bottom of "''Italic text''edit" page).
 
* Suppose you are on page A and want to create a new page B attached to page A: click "Create a child page" on the right side-bar and follow the instructions given there. NOTE: once you have finished editing the new page B, you must save it and then go back to page A and insert the text "[[B]]" (without quotes!) in page A. This will create the link to page B on page A.   
 
* Suppose you are on page A and want to create a new page B attached to page A: click "Create a child page" on the right side-bar and follow the instructions given there. NOTE: once you have finished editing the new page B, you must save it and then go back to page A and insert the text "[[B]]" (without quotes!) in page A. This will create the link to page B on page A.   
 
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* Suppose you are on page A and want to create page B but not use the child page link:  edit page A and insert a "B" enclosed by a pair of square brackets. (Note that "B" is like a web address for a webpage. Each page also has a title, which you can chose by writing "B|fancy_title" in double square brackets rather than just "B"). Then "save" and find the new red link on page A that appeared. Click it. 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! NOTE: if you do this, you should supply a category. (The child page link does that automatically).  
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=== Homework Related ===
 
=== Homework Related ===
 
* [[MA460_(Fall2009Walther)_Homework|Homework Discussion]]
 
* [[MA460_(Fall2009Walther)_Homework|Homework Discussion]]
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=== Euclid ===
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=== Exam Related ===
 
=== Exam Related ===

Latest revision as of 06:58, 8 December 2009

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Rhea Section for MA 460 Professor Uli Walther, Fall 2009

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12-8-09 Bring quiz 3 and quiz 5 to class on Thursday , the scores have disappeared.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

-9/15/09 Study Group Meeting Tonight 7:30 p.m. REC 121! A study group session will be held tonight (Tuesday, September 15, 2009) at 7:30 p.m. in REC 121. We will continue to have these on the same day and time unless otherwise noted. The actual meeting is planned for REC 121, but if it is taken we will find another room. So meet at REC 121. We will try and get Uli to reserve this room for our time slot. Hope to see you there!

-9/22/09 Tonight and last week we have met in REC 123, so we plan on doing the same for the following meetings.

-9/29/09 Euclid groups have been defined, see the next big item below.

-11/19/09 Euclid propositions for the final: 6, 7, 8, 11, 15, 18, 20, 32.

Euclid groups and propositions

Software requirement

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Final exam

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Euclid

Exam Related

  • The final is cumulative.

Miscellaneous

Discussions

Area to post questions, set up study groups, etc. Calculus Classes 1 and 2 Both of these classes have many options to them. For Calculus 2 you can take one of three options. 162 is the lowest level that you could take. This is going to be in a larger lecture hall and with little to no individual attention. Then you have 172 which is a higher level honors course. Its going to be a lot like 162 except more work, and you will have a few more projects to complete. Finally 181 is the highest version on could take. It is a lot of proofs and is typically for gifted students that want to challenge themselves.


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