The syllabus is here, the first exam is here, and the second exam is here. The schedule below is a record of what we have actually done as well as an approximate projection of what we will do. Assignments and course materials will be posted as needed.
 9/1
 9/8
 Presentations of problems 19.
 Problems 1020 assigned for next week.
 9/15
 Presentations of problems 1020.
 Problems 1130 assigned for next week.
 9/22
 Presentations of problems 2130.
 Problems 3136 assigned for next week (take a little extra time to prepare).
 9/29
 Presentations of problems 2636.
 3:10 section: 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45, 47, 48 assigned for next week.
 4:10 section: 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45, 47, 48, 50, 51 assigned for next week.
 10/6
 Presentations of problems (you may volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem).
 3:10 section: 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58 assigned for next week.
 4:10 section: 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 61, 63 assigned for next week.
 10/13
 Presentations of problems. Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 3:10 section: 61, 63 from the old exam and 18 of the new exam assigned for next class(10/27).
 4:10 section: 112 of the new exam assigned for next class (10/27).
 10/20
 No Class
 10/27
 Presentations of problems starting with 51 in the 3:10 class and 55 in the 4:10 class. Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 3:10 section: 918, 20, 21 of the of the new exam assigned
 4:10 section: 1318, 20, 21 of the of the new exam assigned
 11/3
 Presentations of problems starting with 57 in the 3:10 class and 63 in the 4:10 class. Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 Both sections: 2332 for next week
 11/10
 Presentations of problems starting with 10 in the 3:10 class and 6 in the 4:10 class. Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 Both sections: 3340 for next week
 11/17
 Presentations of problems starting with 19 in the 3:10 class and 16 in the 4:10 class. Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 Both sections: 4145, 4750 for next week
 11/24
 Practice exam in the 3:10 class (20 multiple choice questions). Presentations of problems starting with 24 in the 4:10 class. Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 Thanksgiving problems:
 12/1
 Presentations in the 3:10 class starting with 27. Practice exam in the 4:10 class (20 multiple choice questions). Send an email before class to volunteer to give a mini lesson based on a skipped problem.
 Problems for the final presentations must be preapproved. Send an email with a proposed set of 5 problems.
 12/8
 3:104:00 Presentations to the faculty
 4:106:00 Presentations to the faculty

 3:304:30 Presentations to the faculty in Herak 237
 12/13
 MFT 9:3012:00 in Rosauer 101 (computer lab). 50 Questions in 120 minutes, plus startup and break time. More info at the ETS site.
Links
 Proofs from the Book (pdf)
 SageMathCloud
 WolframAlpha
 Up to Logan Axon's home page
Office hours
 MWF 910, Th 34, in the Math Lab F 12, or by appointment.