The material on Modular Dynamics is absolutely crucial for the rest of the course, so I reviewed it today in class. Please take some time now to revisit and understand it in conjunction with the worksheet and the textbook. Read pages 153-159.
We have lately had several incidents of students breaking the honor code. First, I want to thank those of you who hold this code in high esteem. It is for those of you who care about bettering yourselves and embracing learning, that I teach this course. I also hope you will forgive those who err. Secondly, I want students who cheat to recognize that they are not only harming themselves, but disrespecting and harming their peers, teachers, community and university. Cheating will not be tolerated.
The CU undergraduate Math Club (QED: quest-explore-discover) will have its next talk for Spring 2019 by Professor Jeanne Clelland, this Wednesday, April 3 from 5 – 6pm in MATH 350. Title: The Will of the People: How we vote and why it matters.
Don’t forget TASK B is due today and we have homework due Friday. Your 4th and final quiz is already friday after this coming one (Apr 12).
LATE ADDITION: Check the homework page, a typo was discovered in one problem.