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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Publication list
Teaching
Teaching Statement
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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Teaching
Math Methods for Social Science
Math Methods for Social Science
Summer 2009
I taught Math 195 at the University of Chicago, during the Summer of 2009.
Exams
Midterm 1
Midterm 1: Frequently Asked Questions
Midterm 2: Frequently Asked Questions
Final Exam: Frequently Asked Questions
Oral Exam Rubric
Quizzes
Homework and Quiz 1
Homework and Quiz 2
Homework and Quiz 3
Homework and Quiz 4
Homework and Quiz 5
Homework and Quiz 6
Homework and Quiz 7
Homework and Quiz 8
Homework and Quiz 9
Homework and Quiz 10
Homework and Quiz 11
Homework and Quiz 12
Handouts
Properties of Limits
Student Survey
Syllabus
Math195 Syllabus