- The Course Description (also in PDF which prints better).
- The course meets Mondays and Fridays at 12:50pm in Math 4-130.
- Grader: Jaepil Lee, email: jefflee at math.sunysb.edu.
- My Office hours: Tu 11-1 in Math P-143, Th 10-12 in Math 5-112
However, I am around a lot. Call (632-7306) or email scott at math.sunysb.edu first if you want to be sure, but I don't mind if you just come by.
Schedule and Homeworks
- The schedule can be found here, including homework assignments. (last updated Tuesday, 8 December 2009 at 04:36 PM.) Homeworks are generally due every friday.
Midterms, Final, and annoying stuff like that
- Midterm: Monday, 10/26.
Here is last spring's midterm, and the solutions.
- Final: Wednesday Dec 16, 2:15pm-4:45pm, Old Chemistry 144.
The final is open book (and notes, within reason). It covers everything we've done in Chapters 2-7. If you want it, here is last spring's final. Also, see the suggested problems on the homework schedule.
Other things you may find entertaining or useful( indicates the page needs java to function properly.)
- Computer-based constructions can be done using software such as Geometer's Sketchpad or Cinderella.
- A java-enhanced version of Euclid's Elements. Or, if you are impatient, you might prefer a quick trip through the Elements.
- A brief history of non-Euclidean geometry.
- Many proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem (81 last time I looked) from Cut-The-Knot, which has a lot of nice stuff on geometry.
- An interactive page with the four classical "centers" of a triangle (as well as the excenter and the Euler line). A much longer list of triangle centers can be found on Clark Kimberling's Triangle Centers page. He also has a number of nice animations.
- The nine-point circle.
- The Theorems of Menelaus and Ceva.