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Assigned Tuesday October 26; due Friday November 5, 2PM,
at SS 1071

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**Required reading. ** All of Spivak's Chapter 7.

**To be handed in. **
From Spivak Chapter 7: 1 (even), 2 (even), 10, 17.

**Recommended for extra practice. **
From Spivak Chapter 7: 1 (odd), 2 (odd), 5, 11, 14.

**Just for fun. **

- Can you ``add new numbers'' to the usual set
of real numbers
so as to get a set which satisfies through yet in which
is bounded?
- Player and player both have an unlimited supply of , , , and Lego blocks. They alternate assembling them on a Lego base board, but only allowing for single layer construction -- so a player cannot place a block on top of a block that's already there. The first player that can't make a move loses. Whom would you rather be, player or player ?

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