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1. Syllabus

2. Problems

Chapter 2 problems due 10/22/99

Chapter 3 problems due Monday 11/15/99

Chapter 1 | pg3 [3c, 4(a, d, f, i)] | pg9 [ 6(a, b, c), 7] | pg 18 [7] | pg 31 [2(d), 3(b), 6(a, b, c)] | |

Chapter 2 | 1.7 (8, 9) | 2.8 (3, 6, 8, 11) | 3.12 (4, 10) | 4.10 (2b, 2c) | 5.8 (2, 6a, 6b, 6c) |

Chapter 3 | pg100 [3, 9(b), 13(a,b)] | pg 108 [8, 11, 13] | pg 118 [1(b), 5, 11(a)] | pg 128 [2] | pg 139 [1(b, c, e, f), 3, 11] |

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Chapter 5 |

3. GRADES

**A. WE WILL BE USING MY CLASS NOTES **instead of a text. The notes can be purchased at the
main department office for a "small" fee.

**B.** Determination
of course grade: performance on the problem assignments. I will
give you approximately 40 problems to solve this term.

Rules for problem solutions: Some of the problems
are difficult and you are encouraged to work together **with
restrictions:** You can show other people your solution on a
blackboard; however, they may not copy it. AGAIN, you are not
allowed to take notes of anyone elses solution. If you are using
another source - book or person for help on a problem, I expect
you to document it with the book and page numbers or the person's
name.

**C.** Help

a. I am available for an hour or more after each class.

b. OFFICE: 331 Diefendorf: My office hours there are by appointment
ONLY - I am rarely in that room.

contact Dr. Williams

In this place I will place links to various classroom-useful material on Topology

COMPACT, my experimental web-tutorial on compactness.

metric spaces are paracompact - a short proof

Topology Atlas - tries to be an encyclopedia on topology and has a place to submit questions.