All homeworks are dueWednesdayThursdayat10am Chicago Time. We will post each week's homework at least one full week before the due date; we will post solutions at most a day after the due date. (Links for future homeworks and solutions are placeholders.) Don't forget to read the homework policies!A LaTeX template is available for typsetting homework solutions.

- Homework 0, due Feb 3 – LaTeX source – Solutions
- Homework 1, due Feb 10 – Solutions
- Homework 2, due Feb
~~17~~18– Solutions- Homework 3, due Feb
~~24~~25– Solutions- No homework due Mar 3 – Week of Midterm 1
- Homework 4, due Mar 11 – Solutions
- Homework 5, due Mar 18 – Solutions
- Homework 6, due Mar
~~25~~26– Solutions- Homework 7, due Apr
~~1~~2 – Solutions- Homework 8, due Apr
~~8~~9 – Solutions- No homework due April 15 – Week of Midterm 2
- Homework 9, due April 22 – Solutions
- Homework 10, due April 29 – Solutions
- Homework 11 (practice),
~~due May 6~~– Solutions

Links for future exams and solutions are placeholders. Only the most common version is posted here; we do not expect to post the conflicts this semester. Don't forget to read the exam policies!

- Midterm 1 Monday, March 1 Solutions
- Midterm 2 Monday, April 12 Solutions
- Final exam Monday, May 10

The problem is that we attempt to solve the simplest questions cleverly, thereby rendering them unusually complex. One should seek the simple solution. |

â€” Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (c. 1890) |

Thus you see, most noble Sir, how this type of solution bears little relationship to mathematics, and I do not understand why you expect a mathematician to produce it, rather than anyone else, for the solution is based on reason alone, and its discovery does not depend on any mathematical principle. Because of this, I do not know why even questions which bear so little relationship to mathematics are solved more quickly by mathematicians than by others. |

â€” Leonhard Euler, describing the KÃ¶nigsburg bridge problem in a letter to Carl Leonhard Gottlieb Ehler, April 3, 1736 |