Jim
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Projects
Projective planes
Aspherical manifolds that cannot be triangulated
The no-three-in-line problem on a torus
Finiteness properties
L-class computations
Bounded homotopy theory
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Courses
Accelerated Calculus II for Honors Engineers
General Topology and Knot Theory
Accelerated Calculus II for Honors Engineers
M2O2C2: Massively multivariable open online calculus course
Sequences and Series
Linear Algebra
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Calculus III
Calculus III
Fall 2008
I taught Math 153 at the University of Chicago, during the Fall Quarter of 2008–2009.
Exams
Frequently Asked Questions about and on Final Exams
Midterm 1 Results
Midterm 2
Midterm 2 Results
Midterm 1 Review Sheet
Midterm 2 Review Sheet
Virtual Review Session for Midterm 2
Handouts
Almost Trigonometic Functions
Differential Equation Vocabulary
Calculus of Finite Differences
End of the World
Infinite Bridge Kit
Facts about Limits.
Some interesting sequences
Facts about Limits
The 10-adic numbers
Quartersquares: an old-fashioned way to multiply
Recitation Sessions
Point nine repeating
Practice Proof Problems
Facts about series
Solution Set 1
Solution Set 2
Solution Set 2
A cool trick for limits of sequences
Student Survey
Taylor Series You Should Know
How to remember all trigonometric formulas
What now? What do I do next?
Problem sets
Homework 1
Homework 2
Homework 3
Homework 4
Homework 5
Homework 6
Homework 7
Homework 8
Homework 9
Homework 10
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Homework 15
Homework 16
Homework 3
Syllabus
Math153 Syllabus