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Department of Mathematics
Problem Set
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University of Toronto
Deadline: Thursday September 30, 6:10 p.m.
MAT137Y, 20102011 Winter Session
Assignment Posted/Revised: September 16, 2010
Read the following instructions carefully! In contains guidelines on handing in assignments
for this course.
For solutions to all problem sets, please remember that when you are asked to ﬁnd or calculate something
you must justify that what you have found is correct and complete. You may use results from your lecture to
help in your justiﬁcation. You are learning to present your results in a clear and convincing manner. Thus,
you will be graded on your presentation and justiﬁcation; we are not simply verifying whether you know the
answer.
Present your solutions with complete sentences. Pretend the marker does
not
know how to solve the
question. Before you start on your ﬁrst assignment, read the handouts called “How to Solve Problems” and
“Writing Up Solutions” from our course website.
Calculators Prohibited
.
Unless otherwise speciﬁed, do not use calculators in the problem sets. The
questions are designed so that you can do all problems without a calculator; furthermore, this provides
practice for your quizzes, term tests, and ﬁnal exam, where calculators are prohibited.
Required Information
.
The front page must include your name, student number, your tutorial code (which
will be assigned to you when tutorial rooms are announced), and the name of your teaching assistant.
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