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| ## HomeworkStarred* problems should be completed if you are enrolled in the course as 6143.I recommend (but do not require) that Mathematics majors who have taken Foundations read and attempt these problems. If you make some significant progress, you should turn it in. ## Homework 11, due Apr 30 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p195: 2c, 3, 5, 6*Matoušek-Nešetřil p204: 1, 3 ## Homework 10, due Apr 23 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p175: 4Matoušek-Nešetřil p189: 1a, 2ab Matoušek-Nešetřil p195: 1, 2ab Remarks ## Homework 9, due Apr 9 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p175: 2, 3 ## Homework 8, due Apr 2 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p124: 9bMatoušek-Nešetřil p152: 2 Matoušek-Nešetřil p158: 3*, 4, 5, 9 Matoušek-Nešetřil p165: 1a ## Homework 7, due Mar 26 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p136: 8Matoušek-Nešetřil p148: 1, 2ab, 5* Matoušek-Nešetřil p152: 1 Matoušek-Nešetřil p158: 1 ## Homework 6, due Mar 7 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p117: 6Matoušek-Nešetřil p123: 4 Matoušek-Nešetřil p136: 7, 10ab, 10c* ## Homework 5, due Feb 26 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p107: 5a (don't use the formula forD(n))Matoušek-Nešetřil p117: 5 Matoušek-Nešetřil p123: 2, 5, 10 Matoušek-Nešetřil p129: 1, 5*, 7 Hint on p107 5a: What happens when you remove ## Homework 4, due Feb 14 (due to Snow Day) at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p103: 6Matoušek-Nešetřil p106: 1, 2a, 3, 4 Matoušek-Nešetřil p117: 2, 3 ## Homework 3, due Feb 5 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p73: 9, 13, 15b, 24b*, 25abMatoušek-Nešetřil p103: 1 Hint on 9: {1, 3, 6, 8} are no-two-consecutive because {1, 2, 4, 5} are distinct! ## Homework 2, due Jan 29 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p64: 2Matoušek-Nešetřil p67: 6ab *, 7aMatoušek-Nešetřil p73: 2, 3a, 11, 19 ## Homework 1, due Jan 22 at 11amMatoušek-Nešetřil p15: 6Matoušek-Nešetřil p23: 1, 2, 3a Matoušek-Nešetřil p64: 4, 5 * (esp. part b)Hint: on 1.2.6, it may be helpful to show that each side is contained in the other. |