Carly Simmons
MATH 110
2/5/16
Chapter 2: Sudoku Homework
2. To accomplish a Sudoku puzzle, of any difficulty, there are a number of strategies
that can be applied to the act of filling the grid. Some, but not all include:
-Looking for squares that can onl
Carly Simmons
MATH 110
1/29/16
Pennies and Paperclips Write Up
Beginner Board (Figure 1)
4. Pennies always win when both pennies are placed on different squares of the
same color (either both white, or both gray).
5. Pennies win if placed on different squ
Carly Simmons
MATH 110
3.23.16
Homework 7
39) Move CR changed the position of cubies ulf, urf, and drf by one clockwise turn.
40)
41) The order of move CR is 3.
42) By completing one order of CS, the ubr and ufl switch locations.
43) The ubl and ufr cubie
Carly Simmons
MATH 110
3/8/16
Homework 5
21) Move M1 redirects the lower right corner cubie on the white face to the lower
left corner cubie on the front face.
22) After repeating M1, the cubie returns to the top layer, but on the right face
adjacent to i
Carly Simmons
MATH 110
3/30/16
Homework 8
50) When move ER is repeated, the ul, uf, and uf cubies rotate clockwise between
these positions.
51)
52) The order of ER is 3.
53)
54)
55) When move CO is repeated, cubies urf and dlb remain in the same spots but
Carly Simmons
Math 110
4/22/16
Homework 11
15) When a single cut is made to a folded piece of paper, the resulting number of
pieces may either be two or three. The cut produces two pieces when cut
perpendicular to the fold, and produces three pieces when
Carly Simmons
MATH 110
3.21.16
Homework 6
29) The repetition of M2 can be simplified if we double each move, cutting the amount
of moves needed to complete the top face in half. This new formula can be read as
M2=MR2 U2 MR2 U2
30) After completing M2, the
Carly Simmons
MATH 110
2/15/16
Homework 4
14a) After the white face is solved, there is a sequence of moves the player can make
to move the urf cubie to the drf position. First, the player must make an r-1 move, d1 move, a r move, and finally, a d move. A
Math 100
Homework Set 10
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw any
Math 100
Homework Set 5
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw your
Math 100
Homework Set 7
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw any
Math 100
Homework Set 11
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw any
Math 100
Homework Set 6
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw any
Math 100
Homework Set 1
Fall 2010
Directions: Homework exercises are meant to provide an opportunity to think about the deeper aspects of
precalculus instead of spending all our time working the more mechanical exercises. Some of these exercises
are simpl
Math 100
Homework Set 9
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw any
Math 100
Homework Set 8
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer. Draw any
Math 100
Homework Set 4
Fall 2010
Directions: In order to receive full credit for answers, you must explain the steps of your answers
in words as well as using the appropriate symbols. I want to see your reasons and work as well as a
nal answer.
1) Explai
Math 100
Homework Set 3
Fall 2010
Directions: Homework exercises are meant to provide an opportunity to think about the deeper aspects of
precalculus instead of spending all our time working the more mechanical exercises. You need to explain the
steps of
Math 100
Homework Set 2
Fall 2010
Directions: Homework exercises are meant to provide an opportunity to think about the deeper aspects of
precalculus instead of spending all our time working the more mechanical exercises. Some of these exercises
are simpl
Math 110
Homework 6
Spring 2011
Directions: There are two main parts to the homework due Tuesday. The purpose is to combine three
things we currently know about but are so obviously inter-connected that we should combine them. First,
we now know something
Math 110
Homework 1
Spring 2011
Directions: Your answers to this homework should be neatly written or typed AND proof read before you
submit it for grading. If you need to draw diagrams on any homework you can draw them by using your
drawing tools or use
Math 110
Exam I Topics
Spring 2011
Directions: Below is a list of topics I will use to make up the questions for our exam. Be sure you can
write a short paragraph explaining the context for each of our subjects we studied in addition to doing the
manipula
Math 110
Homework 7
Spring 2011
Directions: Today we are going to go over the method of constructing the regular pentagon and then you
will put all your knowledge of constructions together to create some regular polygons.
Read this instruction sheet throu
Math 110
Homework 5
Spring 2011
Directions: This homework is mostly preparation for our next class session and the homework assigned
then. No written part is due.
0. Read Section 3.1 in the text on Greek Geometric constructions. You will be doing construc
Math 110
Homework 2
Spring 2011
Directions: Your answers to this homework should be neatly written or typed AND proof read before you
submit it for grading. If you need to draw diagrams on any homework you can draw them by using your
drawing tools or use
Math 110
Homework 9
Spring 2011
Directions: This homework set is about creating some original M.C. Escher-style tessellations of the plane.
The textbook gives a very clear description of how to create irregular tilings by starting from a regular or
common
Math 110
Homework 3
Spring 2011
Directions: Your answers to this homework should be neatly written OR typed AND proof read before you
submit it for grading. Try to write complete sentences whenever possible in your answers. This homework
is due next class
Collected Homework Week 5
MATH 278: Number Theory
Due February 14, 2011 at 4:00pm
(Happy Valentines Day!)
Name (Print):
1. Write a proof of Theorem 1.39 from page 19 of our text.
2. Write a proof of Theorem 1.42 from page 19 of our text.
3. Hopefully, you
Collected Homework Week 9
MATH 278: Number Theory
Due: March 21, 2011 at 4:00pm
Name (Print):
Extension: March 23, 2011 at 10:00am
1. Prove the following statements:
(a) Any prime of the form 3n + 1 is also of the form 6m + 1.
(b) Each integer of the form
Collected Homework Week 13
MATH 278: Number Theory
Due: April 20, 2011 at 4:00pm
Name (Print):
Extension: April 27, 2011 at 4:00pm
1. Chinese Remainders
(a) Find three consecutive numbers such that the rst is divisible by 52 , the second is divisible by 3