### Organizational Information

- 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.