SUNY at Stony Brook MAT 322: Analysis in Several Dimensions
Spring 2018

Schedule and Homework Assignments for MAT 322

You are welcome to work with others or in a team on the homework problems. However, your final write-up must be completely your own and must be based on your own understanding. It is against university policy, and you will be penalized, if you copy answers from other students or from another resource (such as a webpage). solution solutions should be legible and provide convincing, logically clear arguments (in the case of proofs).

You should first contact the grader if you have questions about the grading of of your homework. If that is not resolved satisfactorily, then see the instructor.

Late homework will not be accepted
unless first cleared with the grader.

Legend: Blue colored homework problems test important new material and you should defintely do them. Red colored homework will not be collected, but make sure that you are able to do these problems, which give you an extra practice.


Dates Sections covered
(reading assignments)
Homework
Jan 23 & Jan 25 Ch.1, §§1-4
HW 1; due: Jan 30

pp. 9-10: 1,4; p. 24: 4,6; pp. 30-31: 2,4,6,8;
Prove the following inequality on p. 4:
p. 10: 2; p. 24: 3,5; pp. 30-31: 1,5,9; pp.39-40, 1,2,4.
Jan 30 & Feb 2 Ch.2, §§5-6
HW 2; due: Feb 6

pp. 48-49: 1,2,4; pp.54-55: 1, 5, 7. p. 49: 3,5; pp.54-55: 4, 8
Feb 6 & Feb 8 Ch.2, §§6-8
HW 3; due: Feb 13

pp. 54-55: 6, 9; p. 63: 1,3; pp. 70-71: 2,3,5;
pp. 54-55: 2,8; p. 63: 2,4; pp. 70-71: 1,4
Feb 13 & Feb 15 Ch.2, §8,9, Ch.3 §10
HW 4; due: Feb 20

pp. 78-79: 2, 5, 6. pp. 90: 1, 2, 3, 5.
pp. 78-79: 1,3
Feb 20 & Feb 22 Ch.3 §11-15
No HW, due to Midterm.

Midterm 1, Feb. 27, 11:30 - 12:50,
in class; covers § 3-14.