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Office: Mathematics Building, Room 114

Office Phone: (580) 745-2650

Fall 2019 Schedule and Office Hours

Office Hours:

     Monday: 11-12, 2-3

     Tuesday: 11-1

     Wednesday: 11-12

     Thursday: 11-12

     Friday: 11-12

You can also make an appointment with me outside my regular hours if needed.  I also have Abstract-Algebra specific hours (“tutorials”) T 8-10, 2-3, W 2-3, and Th 8-9.  As I am on many committees it is not unusual for me to have to miss on occasional office hour to go to a meeting.  If possible I will announce this in class and will typically have a note on my door during the missed time as well.

My Fall 2019 classes are:

MATH 2003.1 – Technology for Mathematics.  This meets MWF from 1:00-1:50 in MTH 104.

MATH 2013.1 – Discrete Mathematics. This meets MWF from 9:00-9:50 in MTH 206.  

MATH 22151 – Calculus 1.  This meets M-F from 10:00-10:50 in MTH 206.  

MATH 4233.1 -Abstract Algebra.  This meets MWF  from 12:00-12:50 in MTH 115

Discrete Mathematics at SE – new (free) textbook!

For the Fall 2019 semester I have written (yet another) free textbook, this time for our Discrete Mathematics course.  You can find the new text (which is a series of Mathematica notebooks) here.

Analytic Geometry with Mathematica -free textbook!

Dr. Layne Heitz and I have written a textbook for Analytic Geometry as a sequence of Mathematica notebooks.  This text is available as a free download – you can get the notebooks here.  Please note that some updates were made at the start of August 2019.  As of 1/21/2018, full solution manuals have posted for the homework.

The Technology for Mathematics textbook

To learn about my free textbook Technology for Mathematics, follow this link.  Please note that minor updates were made to the text between the Fall 17 and Spring 18 semesters.

Mathematica Notebooks

To see my Mathematica notebook library, follow this link.  These notebooks have lots of manipulations in them that illustrate various mathematical ideas.  They’re grouped by general topic (algebra, etc.) and you can download the files from Google Drive.

See Dr. Moretti’s “What is Mathematica?” talk