Leonard M Lipshitz

MA 38500, Spring 2018

Book:
Mathematical Logic: Applications and Theory
Jean E. Rubin

The course will cover most of Chapters 1 -- 10, and a few topics from Chapters 11 -- 16.


For students who don't yet have the book:
Chapter 1 of the book
Chapter 2 of the book

Grading:
HW25%
2 midterms40% (20% + 20%)
Final35%

Lectures:
TuTh 10:30 - 11:45 UNIV 303


Office Hours (MATH 722):
Tuesday 12:00 - 12:45
Wednesday 3:00 - 4:30

Homework:
Assigned every day, usually due on Thursdays at the beginning of class

HW 1, due Thursday, January 11:
Exercises 1
A. 5 - 10
B. 5,6,7,9,10


HW 2, due Thursday, January 18:
Exercises 1
C. 4,5
D. 5
E. 5,6
F. 4
Exercises 2
A. 1,2,11
B. 1,2,10
C. 2,3


HW 3, due Thursday, January 25:
Exercises 2
D. 2,3,4
E. 1,5,7,8
F. 1,5,7,8
G. 4,6,9
H. 1,2,3


HW 4 due Thursday, February 1:
Exercises 3
A. 4,5,10
B. 4,9
C. 2,3
D. 1,2
E. 1(b),2(b)
Exercises 4
A. 1
Exercises 5
A. 1,2,10,14,20,24,31,40

HW 5, due Thursday, February 8:
Exercises 5
B. 4,5,6,12,13,14,17,22
C. 1 - 5, 16 - 20
D. 7 - 8
E. 13 - 15
F. 16 - 30
G. 9,10


Exam 1 in class, Thursday, February 15 (On everything through Chapter 5)


Academic adjustments for students with disabilities

If you have been certified by the Disabilities Resource Center (DRC) as eligible for academic adjustments on exams or quizzes see ADA procedures. for exam and quiz procedures. In the event that you are waiting to be certified by the Disability Resource Center you are encouraged to review the procedures prior to being certified. For in class accommodations please see me outside class hours, before or after class, or during office hours to share your Accommodation Memorandum for the current semester and discuss accommodations, as soon as possible.