Announcements: (Dec 19) I have finished grading the final exam and calculating the final course grades. The average on the final exam was 93/150. I have submitted the grades online, so you should be able to see your final course grade online. You can also email me to get your final exam score and your grade. Thanks for your hard work this semester! I enjoyed teaching the class. Enjoy the holiday break!  
 
Course Materials: Course outline and course log recording topics covered in each lecture. Textbook: Introduction to Graph Theory by D. B. West, Prentice Hall, 2nd ed, 2001. Requirements for students registered for 4 credits: All 6 problems must be completed in the usual weekly homeworks. The grades for these will be rescaled to be out of 15 points. Tests and the final exam will be the same as the 3credit section. There will also be three or four additional homeworks (roughly 20 points each) that will require outside reading. Each student will be required to type at least one solution from each additional homework to distribute to the other students. The additional homeworks will increase the point total of the course. Handouts:
 
 
Instructor: Stephen Hartke, hartke @ math . No . Spam . uíuc . edu (appropriately changed) Office: Illini Hall Room 227A, Phone: 2172656760 Office Hours: Mon, Wed, and Fri, 1:00pm1:50pm, or by appointment.  
Meeting Times: Mon, Wed, and Fri, 12:00pm12:50pm, Altgeld Hall Room 443 Study Sessions: Mon 7:00pm9:00pm, Altgeld Hall Room 141 Tests: There will be 3 tests in the evening 7:009:00pm on Wednesdays Sept 27, Oct 25, and Nov 29 in 341 Altgeld Hall. The tests are 2 hours long. Final Exam: Tue, Dec 12, 7:00pm10:00pm, Altgeld Hall Room 443 

 
Links: Doug West has good advice for students.  
 
Old Announcements: (Dec 11) Homework 14 has been graded and can be picked up at my office. I should be in my office today (Monday) between 4 and 5pm, and tomorrow (Tuesday) in the afternoon. (Dec 6) By popular vote, you will be required to do 6 problems from each of Part I and II. Also, you may bring a "formula sheet" to the exam: you may write (or type) anything on one side of an 8.5x11 piece of paper; the other side must be blank. The minimum font size is 8 point. You should individually prepare your formula sheet, and you will be required to turn in the formula sheet with your exam. Listed below are also some suggested problems from sections 7.2 and 7.3. (Dec 4) The final exam is Tue, Dec 12, 7:00pm10:00pm, Altgeld Hall Room 443. The final exam is cumulative, with slight emphasis on the topics not covered on the last test. The format will be similar to the previous tests. (Nov 15) Test #3 is Wednesday, Nov 29, from 79pm in 341 Altgeld. The test will cover material up through and including the lecture on Fri Nov 17. We will also have lecture as normal on Wed Nov 29. (Oct 18) Test #2 is Wednesday, Oct 25, from 79pm in 341 Altgeld. The test will cover material up through and including the lecture on Fri Oct 20. We will also have lecture as normal on Wed Oct 25. (Oct 9) Homework #7 is now due on Fri Oct 13. On Wed Oct 11, I will not have office hours from 11:50pm. Instead, I will have office hours from 22:50pm. (Oct 4) No lecture or office hours on Fri Oct 6. Homework #6 is due on Fri by 1pm; please put it in my mailbox in 250 Altgeld. (Sep 25) The collaborative study session will be held as normal today from 79pm in 141 Altgeld. (Sep 22) The first test is Wed Sep 27 from 79pm in 341 Altgeld. We will have lecture as normal on Wednesday, but, since I will be traveling, there will be no lecture on Fri Sep 29. Homework #5 is due on Fri Sep 29 in my mailbox in 250 Altgeld by 1pm. The first test will cover up through the lecture on Fri Sep 22. (Sep 18) The first extra homework for students registered for 4 credits is now due on Wed Sep 27 in class. (Sep 1) There will be no class on Labor Day, but the study session will be held. (Aug 10) Assignment of instructor to class. 
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