Homework #7: 2.5 #12,15,16,17,18 #24,26,27 2.6 #3,4,5,6 Homework #6: 2.5 #1,6,7,14,22 This is the complete homework assignment for Monday, March 3. Solutions to Test #2. Homework #5: 2.3 #12,14,26,27 (last two are "hard" but think about them before I discuss them in class) 2.4 #5,9,10,11 This is the complete homework for Monday, February 24. Homework #4: 2.2 #1,2 2.3 #1,2,4,5,6,7,19 2.3 #3 This is the complete homework for Monday, February 17. Here is the final detail for the proof that the rule given in #1(d) on page 46 is indeed a group operation. Solutions to Test #1. Homework #3: 2.1 #14,15,16,17,25 This is the complete homework to turn in on Monday, February 10. Homework #2: 1.3 6,7,9,24,28 (this is the quesion I mentioned in class),30 (this is fun but not easy) 1.4 2,5,8,9,15 2.1 1,8,9,26 This is the complete homework for Monday, February 3. Related to the project announced in class, here is a link to the number of groups of order N. Also, I want to announce the first test that will be in class on Friday, February 7. Homework assignments start here. This is for week 1. These problems are due in class on Monday, January 27. 1.2 Make sure you are familiar with the material in 1.2 before the definition of the Cartesian product of sets on page 5. Do problems ## 14,15,20 on page 7. Also do the problem I suggested in class: verify at least 4 different places in the multiplication table for the symmetries of the square. What you really need to do is see what the composition you are looking at does, then check what it does to the corners, then match that action with the action of one of the 8 symmetries. 1.3 3,8,16,17,18 on pages 13-14 This is it for this week.