
MAT 311  Information about Project 2

Project 2 should be handed in by 04/29. Please select one of the topics
listed below. You need to make your selection and also inform me of it by
4/15. All programming projects and Computing and Programming Exercises (CPE) are taken from the 4th edition of Rosen's textbook.
 Programming project 6.1.2.
 Programming project 6.2.2.
 Computational and Programming Exercise 7.1.6
 Computational and Programming Exercise 7.2.4
 Programming project 7.4.1.
 Programming project 8.1.4.
 Programming project 8.2.1.
 Programming project 9.3.2.
 A short (2 to 4 typed pages) paper on the mathematical contributions of a
number theorist. Note: This is not a biography  you will
need to describe mathematical results, their proofs, etc.
For any of the programming projects, please email me
at sorin@math.sunysb.edu the program
source code (in readable form  indented and commented), and hand in the program outline
and a reasonable amount of program output. You can use any programming language
you like (within reasonable limits  i.e., a language for which there exist easily
available compilers). Preferred ones are Maple,
Mathematica (yes, they are programming languages), C,
OCAML and Java, but you can also use C++, Pascal,
Python, Fortran, Lisp, Turing machine...
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