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Assigned Tuesday October 14; not to be submitted

This document in PDF: HW.pdf

**Required reading. ** All of Spivak Chapter 6.

**Recommended for extra practice. ** From Spivak
Chapter 6: 1, 3, 4, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16 parts (a) through (c).

**Just for fun. ** Can you cover an
chessboard with rectangles of size and one little
square of size ? Can you stuff boxes of size
inside a cube of size
?

**On Term Exam 1. ** It will take place, as
scheduled, during the tutorials on Monday October 20th. You will have an hour
and 50 minutes to solve around 5 questions, with no choice questions. The
material is everything covered in class until Tuesday October 14th (though
not including Thursday October 16th), including everything in the relevant
chapters (1-5) of Spivak's book (though not including the appendices to
these chapters). Calculators will be allowed but will not be useful beyond
emotional support; no devices that can display text will be allowed.
Good luck!

**Preparing for Term Exam 1. **

- Re-read your notes and make sure that you understand
*everything*. - Re-read Spivak's chapters 1-5 and make sure that you understand
*everything*(excluding appendices). - Make sure that you can solve every homework problem assigned or recommended.
- Take a good look at last year's sample term exam 1, at last year's term exam 1 and its solution and at the 2001 term exam 1. All of these are available from last year's Math 157 web site, http://www.math.toronto.edu/~drorbn/classes/0203/157AnalysisI/.
- It is much more fun to work in a group!

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Dror Bar-Natan 2003-10-14