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  • In this course we will study some methods for solving partial differential equations in the first half of the semester and theories of function in complex variables in the second half.
  • This is the Moodle page for MAS 202, Applied Mathematical Analysis, section C (9:00-10:15 Tue/Thu) with Professor Drake.

  • This course is an introduction to some of the major topics of graph theory. They include graph connectivity, matchings, planar graphs, graph coloring, and nowhere-zero flows.
    Basic notions and theorems covered in Discrete Mathematics (MAS275) will be assumed; but we will review them in the first week.
    • Lecture: 9:00AM-10:15AM, Tue/Thu
    • Classroom: Room#2413, Bldg. E6-1 (자연과학동)
  • Writing and speaking are fundamental activities of mathematical
    scientists. They write research papers, expository articles, notes, emails; they give talks, lectures, and work with colleagues. In today's globalized society, much of that writing and speaking is done in English, and it is therefore vital for graduate students in mathematics and related disciplines to be able to write and speak well in English. This is true for students who will work in academia as well as those who
    aim for industry.

    In this course, students will learn about mathematical writing and speaking. It is intended for graduate students and in mathematics and related disciplines who already have a good basic competence with writing and speaking English. Some advanced undergraduates may also find this course
    useful.

    Topics will include: writing proofs, structuring papers, particulars of grammar and English usage for mathematics; voice usage in presentations and lectures, best practices for slides, chalkboard usage, and more! (Or perhaps less, if we run out of time.)
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