MAT 3100: Homework 5 (Corrected Version)
Prof. P.J. Scott, Fall, 2013
Due: Monday, Nov. 25, by 4:30 pm at my oce.
Instructions: (i) See my Notes on the Virtual Campus Website. Also, see the links on the course
webpage for various relevant material (e.g. c
MAT 3100: Homework 2
Prof. P.J. Scott, Oct. 2, 2013
Due: Thursday, Oct. 10, by 4:00
( in the submission box for MAT3100, at the entrance of the Math Building)
1. (Study problem: not to hand in)
(i) Verify that 1184 and 1210 are amicable numbers. ( This ne
MAT 3100: Homework 3
Prof. P.J. Scott, Fall, 2013
Due: Wednesday, Nov. 6. by 16:00, in the homework box (or under my door).
Instructions: (i) See my Notes on the Virtual Campus Website on the classical Greek Problems.
See also Lambek-Anglin, Sections 14-1
MAT 3100: Homework 1
Prof. P.J. Scott, Sept. 15, 2011
Due: Wed. Sept. 25 in class
No late assignments accepted.
Instructions: Study material is on the main website and various notes and worked out problems
will be on Virtual Campus. I will be rearranging
MAT 3100: Homework 4
Prof. P.J. Scott, Fall, 2013
Due: Thurs, Nov. 14, 2013.
(a) Study my notes on Eudoxus, and on continued fractions, and gcd algorithms. In particular,
you must know the gcd algorithm (the original Euclidean algorithm) and the min-max
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MAT3100: Study Material I
Some Ancient Mathematics through to the Babylonians
P. Scott
Fall, 2013
1. This material is roughly what was covered in class, weeks 1-2. Please read your notes from
class, and the other notes and readings assigned. Consider this