Summer Session 2, 2004

Homework assignments, sample exams and other course details will be posted on this website.

If you are interested in doing an extra-credit assignment, please ask me to come up with something. If
there is some particular area you are interested in, I will try to come up with something related to that
field.

Several people have asked when the final exam will be. It is on at 1pm, Friday, August 6th. It will be based upon all material covered in the course, although of course there will be a greater emphasis on material covered since Hour exam 2. It will be two hours long.

Remember FINAL EXAM THIS FRIDAY - AT 1PM AND NOT AT THE REGULAR CLASS TIME. Thursday's class will be a review session.

Here is a copy of the Syllabus .

You can email me at tcooney@math.uiuc.edu

If you want to look at this for revision purposes, here is
Hour Exam 1 and here is the sample exam .

Here is the revision sheet / list of terms for Hour Exam 2.

You can also look at Hour Exam 2 for revision purposes.

Here is a copy of the Sample Final Exam .

Here are some more revision questions.

Textbook: Skills Check, p. 20, Q1,8,11

Exercises, p.22, Q1,2,3,5,10(a),20

p.26 Q.30,31,32

Chapter 2. p.60 4,16,29 (parts a,b,c,d),30,34.

Due Friday 18th June.

Exercises 20,22,24,25(a) on p.65.

p.66 29(e,f),34(a),35,36,38,39

p.68 40,41,43,46

p.73, Q68,72

p.161 Q2.

I will postpone any more homework assignments on Chapter 4 until next week.

Due Friday 25th June.

p.159 Skills Check 3,4,5,6

p.161 Exercises 8,10,12,14,16. Do 7,9 and 15 if you feel you need the practice.

You should be able to do all the above exercises after the second class on Monday.

Skills Check p.159 10,11. Do 1 and 2 if you feel you need the practice.

Exercises p.161 Q4,13,28,34,40,42. Do 6 and 26 if you feel you need the practice.

Exercises p.165 Q48,50,58. Due Friday 2nd of July.

If you did not already do p.165 Q48,50,58, do them for this Friday.

p. 241 Q1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12.

Due Friday 9th of July.

Skills Check, p.239, Q.1,4,5,8,9,10.

Exercises, p.243, Q.15,18,19,20,21.

Skills Check, p.239, Q.6,7.

Exercises, p.246, Q.27,28,31.

p.247, Q35,36,37,41,42.

Skills Check , p.287, Q1,2,6.

Exercises, p.288, Q.5,6,10.

Due Friday 16th of July.

Exercises p.289 Q.12,16,20,22,24,28,30,34,36,38,40.

Exercises Q.42,43,44,49,51,52,53,58.

Skills Check p.287 Q.3,4,5,8,9,11.

Due Friday 23rd of July.

Skills Check p.314 Q.1,2,4,5,7,8,9,10,11,12

Exercises p.315 Q.2,3,4,5,9,10,11,12,16,17,19,25,26,27,33,34,37,42,46

Skills Check p.431 Q1,2

Exercises p.433 Q1,2,3,4,5

Due Friday 30th of July.

Skills Check p.431 Q3,4,5,8,9,10,12,13,14,16

Exercises p.433 Q6,7,8,9,12,13,14,19,21

Due Thursday 5th of August.

The very first graph theory problem ever, the bridges of Konigsberg.

The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) has a website with information on operations research, management science, etc.

The movie activity on scatterplots was taken from Finding a Friend using scatterplots .

Also, an interesting note on the importance of outliers .

More on linear regression and correlation here .