Math 350 - Elementary Number Theory
- Office: DRL 4C3
- Office hours: M 3-3:30; W 3-3:30; Th 2-3, or by
- Telephone: (215) 898-5974
- Email address: email@example.com
- Lectures: M W F 2-3PM in DRL A5
Sep. 8 We will not have textbook until the week after the next week, I will copy the part of book to you. Also I have reserve
the bookbook in Math-Physics/Astronomy-Library.
Oct. 16 For the midterm exam, a 3 X 5 card is allowed. No caculators.
Elementary Number Theory, Addison Wesley, 5th edition, 2005.
- Homework will be mostly taken out of this book,
and it will serve as the main reference for the lectures.
- Homework is an extremely important part of this
course. Homework problems will be posted on
this page every Monday. They should be turned in in the Beginning of the class
on Monday of the following week. Extra credit problems will
be available sometimes.
You may work together in small groups of your own choosing on these
problems, although each student's write-up should be his/her own. On
each assignment you hand in, write down the names of anyone you
- Group projects to be presented to the class near the
end of the semester, with written versions to be handed in by the group.
- There will be a midterm exam and a final exam, the latter will
be cumulative. The Midterm Exam is scheduled in class for Friday, October 20th, 2006.
- Filnal Exam:
- Approximate Grading Weights:
- 35% -- Homework
- 25% -- Group projects
- 15% -- Midterm exam
- 25% -- Final exam
- Participating in class and working on extra credit problems will help improve your grade.
Late work will NOT be accepted. Exception: illness
serious and verifiable reasons.
You can check your homework grades here:
Here are some number
A terrific link about the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci numbers!
The Prime Page
Sep. 3rd, 2006