You have a midterm next week, and it's not going to be a cakewalk.
As requested, I'm uploading the last five weeks' worth of worksheets, with (my) solutions. A comment on the solutions: not everything is presented in full detail, but most things are presented with most detail (except for the occasional one that is far far beyond what we actually expect you to be able to do). If you have any questions about anything, let me know. Even better, ask it here - maybe others have the same questions too.
Without further ado -
- Week 6 worksheet with solutions
- Week 7 worksheet with solutions
- Week 8 worksheet with solutions
- Week 9 worksheet with solutions
- Week 10 worksheet with solutions
And since we were unable to go over the quiz in my afternoon recitation today, I'm attaching a worked solution to the quiz as well.
Again, let me know if you have any questions. I will still have my office hours on Tuesday from 2:30-4:30pm in my office (I'm aware that this happens to be immediately before the exam - status not by design).
Study study study!
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