
Problems are usually due at the beginning of class.

Late homework will not be accepted.

You are encouraged to work together on these problems.

They may be handed in jointly (unless I change my mind).

Present work neatly on
8.5 x 11″ paper.

Label each problem and page number.

Assemble them in correct order.

Write only on the front side of each piece of paper.

Papers must be stapled—not paperclipped,
etc.

At the top of page 1, clearly print your NAME(S).


Homework
2, due 1/29
 I.1: 1BGH, 2CD, 4
 I.2: 2BC

Homework
3, due 2/5
 I.2: 4, 6ABC (hints in back of book)
 I.4: 3ABC

Homework
4, due 2/12
 I.5: 1BE, 2AB, 3, 4
 I.6: 1BC, 2AC, 3, 4
 I.7: 1AB, 4, 5

Homework
5, due 2/19
 I.8: 2
 II.1: 2, 3, 8, 10BC
 II.2: 3, 5
 II.3: 3

Homework
6, due 2/26
 II.6: 1A, (not assigned, but worth looking at and thinking about: 6, 7, 9)
 II.7: the three "algebra" questions from class, 1ABDG, 2, 9

Homework 7, due 3/25
 Mooted, confuted, booted, disputed, refuted, and rebooted

Homework 8, due 4/1
 IV.1: 5 (use the ML theorem)
 IV.2: 2 (you'll need to use two different branches of the log)
 IV.4: 1H (where are the discontinuities? for which pieces of the function?)

Homework 9, due 4/8
 IV.5: 2
 V.2: 10 (Hint: This should be easy. Ask for a hint if it's giving trouble.)

Homework 10, due 4/15
 V.3: 6 (Hint: Use a convergence test. Not the one I hate.)
 V.4: 3 (Don't compute the power series. Explain the RoC.)
 V.5: 1C
 V.7: 1CFGI, 2B

Homework
11, due Friday 4/24

Homework
12, due Friday 5/1
 VI.2: 1CE, 6, 7, 8AB, 10
 VII.1: 1D, 3A
