Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2014
InternshipWeek2Response
SonnyDesai
1) Describe what are the major challenges that your office or industry currently faces and
just how widespread is this problem? Provide concrete evidence to support your argument.
The Law Offices of Jonathan Ricasa mainl
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Department of Mathematics,
University of California San Diego
*
Special Colloquium
Tianyi Zheng
Stanford University
Random walk parameters and the geometry
of groups
Abstract:
The first characterization of groups by an asymptotic description of random wal
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Math 295 Department of Mathematics Colloquium
Distinguished Speaker
Professor Martin Hairer, Fields Medalist
University of Warwick
Date: October 29, 2015
Time: 4:00 5:00
Location: AP&M 6402
Taming
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Department of Mathematics,
University of California San Diego
*
Math 288  Probability Seminar
Eviatar Procaccia
Texas A&M University
The boy who cried Wulff.
Abstract:
We consider a Gibbs distribution over random walk paths on the square lattice, proport
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Math 18D
February 1, 2017
Midterm Exam 1 ver. A Name:
(Total Points: 25 )
PID:
Instructions
1. No calculators, tablets, phones, or other electronic devices are allowed during this exam.
2. You may use one handwritten page of notes, but no books or other a
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Bruno de Finetti
Supposons quun individu soit oblige devaluer le prix p pour lequel
il serait dispose dechanger la possession dune somme quelconque S
(positive ou negative) subordonee `a larrivee dun evenement donne,
E, avec la possession de la somme pS;
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Math 109: Mathematical Reasoning
Ch. 1~9, 11.1, 12~19, 22.3, 23
Math 140A: Foundations of Real Analysis (1)
Ch. 1~4
Math 140B: Foundations of Real Analysis (2)
Ch. 5~8
Math 100A: Abstract Algebra (1)
Math 100B: Abstract Algebra (2)
Calculus 1,2
1.1, 1.2,
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Math 20F
February 24, 2015
Midterm Exam 2
Version A
Name:
PID:
Instructions
1. Write your Name, PID, Section, and Exam Version on the front of your Blue Book.
2. No calculators or other electronic devices are allowed during this exam.
3. You may use one p
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Definitions, Vocabulary, and Theorems for Midterm One
Knowing and understanding a definition means being able to write the mathematical statement of the definition and also being able to explain the definition in your own words. For
example, the mathemati
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2014
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 100SL:
Perspectives on Civic Engagement
4 units, Graded
Spring 2017
Thursdays, 35:50 p.m. (Dodd Hall 178)
https:/moodle2.sscnet.ucla.edu/course/view/17SCIVIC100SL1
Instructor:
Dr. Douglas Barrera
Associate Director for Engaged Research
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Homework 1 Math 180A Winter 2017
Due Thursday 6pm Jan 19.
Read in the textbook: Ross 2.12.5, 1.11.5.
Justify your answers to get full credit.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Problem
Problem
Problem
Problem
1, Page 48 Ross
8, Page 48 Ross
25, Page 50 Ross
18, Page 53 Ross
5
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Homework 2 Math180A Winter 2017
Due Thursday Jan 26, 6pm.
Relevant sections in the textbook: 1.3,1.4,1.5 and 3.2, 3.4.
1. Problem 26 Page 16 Ross.
2. Problem 5 (theoretical exercises) Page 17 Ross
The following three problems are in selftest problems and
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Homework 3 Math180A Winter 2017
Due Thursday Feb 2, 6pm.
Reminder: the first midterm is in class on Friday Feb 3, 3pm3:50pm. As written in
the syllabus, you will be allowed to use one 8 21 11 page of notes on the exam, and you
may write on both sides of
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Levkoffs Recommended D
ata Science
Open Courseware Curriculum
(A continuous work in progress and attempt to replicate a MIDS program track  please be kind)
Background: I am an academic (Ph.D.) and have been conducting research and teaching a wide variet
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Notes for Math 18: Linear Algebra
prepared by Guoce Xin
This note is a supplement for the textbook. I hope to give more examples for the most fundamental concepts, algorithms, etc.
1. Solving a linear system
Many problems can be reduced to solving a linea
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Math 20F
March 17, 2015
Final Examination
Version A
Name:
PID:
Instructions
1. Write your Name, PID, Section, and Exam Version on the front of your Blue Book.
2. No calculators or other electronic devices are allowed during this exam.
3. You may use one p
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Matchbox problem:
Suppose we have two match boxes A and B, each containing 10 matches.
Assume that we pick matches one at a time, each time choosing at random the
box from which we take the match. What is the probability that there are 3
matches left when
Political Science Civic Engagement Internship Course
POL SCI 195CE

Spring 2016
Solutions to HW1
MATH 180A, Winter 2017, UCSD
Book: A First Course in Probability, Ninth Edition, Sheldon Ross
1
Problem 1, Page 48
Let the red marble be represented by R, green by G and blue by B.
Experiment 1: Second draw is made after replacing the ma