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Honors Analysis II

Math 20800, Section 31

Winter Quarter 2010

John Boller

### Course Information

Math 20800 is the second course in a three-course sequence of Honors
Analysis.

The pre-requisite for Math 20700
is outstanding performance in Math 16100-200-300 or
on the Calculus Placement Test.

The pre-requisite for Math 20800 is successful completion of
Math 20700.

Here is a rough
syllabus.
The final exam took place on Friday, March 19.

The second midterm took place on Friday, February 26.
It has now been graded and returned in class.

The first midterm took place on Friday, January 29.
It has now been graded and returned in class.

Here is
homework 1 (final version),
which was due Monday, January 11.

Here is
homework 2 (final version),
which was due Wednesday, January 20.

Here is
homework 3 (final version),
which was due Monday, January 25.

Here is
homework 5 (final version),
which is due Monday, February 8.

Here is
homework 6 (final version),
which is due Monday, February 15.

Here is
homework 7 (final version),
which is due Monday, February 22.

Here is
homework 9 (version 3),
which is due WEDNESDAY, March 10.

Here are the old problem sets from Math 20700, for the record:

Here is
homework 1,
which was due Monday, October 5.

Here is
homework 2,
which was due Monday, October 12.

Here is
homework 3,
which was due Monday, October 19.

Here is
homework 5,
which was due Monday, November 2.

Blair has sketched some solutions to problems
4.5.35 and 4.5.39.

Here is
homework 6,
which was due Monday, November 9.

Here is
homework 7,
which was due Monday, November 16.

Here is
homework 9,
which was due Wednesday, December 2.

Blair Davey is the College Fellow for the course.

She will hold a weekly review session on Thursdays from 5-6 in Eckhart 308.

She will also have office hours in her office, Jones 222B,
on Wednesdays from 3-4 and Thursdays from 2-4.

Her e-mail is:
bdavey@math.uchicago.edu

My office is Ryerson 354, and
you can also e-mail me at:
boller@math.uchicago.edu

Office Hours: Mon. 12-1 and 4-5, Tues. 3-5, and Fri. 3-5.