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Recent Submissions

  • Liz Milicevic (2018-09)
    This is the first semester of a two-semester sequence covering the fundamental structures of Abstract Algebra, which is the study of “algebraic” structures such as groups, rings, fields, and modules, as well as vector ...
  • Jeff Tecosky-Feldman (2018-09)
  • Rob Manning (2018-09)
    An introduction to complex analysis, featuring: • a calculus-like theory (including limits, series, derivatives, integrals) involving functions f : C → C that sometimes closely parallels calculus for f : R → R but in ...
  • Rebecca Everett (2018-09)
    An introduction to the theory of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) in- cluding algebraic techniques for solving a single ODE or a linear system of ODEs, numerical techniques for generating approximate solutions, ...
  • Charlie Cunningham (2018-09)
  • Tamar Friedmann; David Lippel; Jeff Tecosky-Feldman (2018-09)
    In Calculus I and II, the central objects of study are functions like g(x) = x5 +3x4, and g(t) = e−t2; these are single-variable functions. In those courses, you learned about visualization (i.e., graphing), differentiation, ...
  • David Lippel (2018-09)
  • Josh Sabloff (2018-09)
    When you first took calculus, there were probably many things that you under- stood at a mostly intuitive level — like limits or the fact that a function with a positive derivative is increasing — or believed because your ...
  • Charlie Cunningham (2018-09)
    Linear Algebra begins with a seemingly simple and familiar topic: the solution of a system of linear equa- tions, and proceeds to reveal how that topic is connected to profound notions such as vector spaces, linear ...