Archive for January, 2010

L2, L3, L4

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

Here are the annotated versions for L2, L3, and L4.


Friday, January 29th, 2010

Link to upload homework: here

HW1 pdf
Note, the = in problem 1 is used to denote modular congruency (often written with three-bars).
In problem 4, use “collection of random variables {z_s…}” in place of “set of random variables…”

How CLAS Students Enroll in this course

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

1. They stop by Thornton A122 to get the Undergraduate Request to take graduate courses
2. They get you to sign it.
3. They get the associate dean in Thornton A108 to sign it.
4. If they already need another instructor from CLAS to sign a 6000 form from Monroe Hall, then they need to staple the two forms together (which is true of the majority of the CLAS undergraduates in your class).
5. They take it to Mary Stegmaier in Cabell 437 to sign it.