The course is over! Final grades have been submitted to MySlice. Thanks to everyone for a great semester, and enjoy your summer.
- Prof. Graham Leuschke
- Time & Place
- MW 12:45–2:05 in Carn 124
- Textbook (optional)
- H. Matsumura, Commutative Ring Theory
- Office Hours
- MW 11–12, TR 2–3; by appointment; and any time my door is open (317G Carnegie)
- Important documents
- Here’s a link to the translation of Emmy Noether’s paper, Idealtheorie in Ringbereichen
- I suggest Googling around for an English translation of Serre’s “GAGA” paper.
- Teacher: So y = r cubed over 3. And if you determine the rate of change in this curve correctly, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
[The class laughs except for Bart who appears confused.]
Teacher: Don’t you get it, Bart? Derivative dy = 3 r squared dr over 3, or r squared dr, or r dr r.
- MAT733-spring2014-hw04 (updated 14 April — problem 6 was wrong)