MWF 1:30, C-36 PDL

**Instructors**

Lecturer:
Prof. Judith M. Arms,
arms@math.washington.edu

Office: PDL C-338, (206)543-9458, messages at (206)543-1150

TA: Stephen McKeown
smckeown@math.washington.edu

Office: PDL C-8H

**Office hours:**
**JMA:** After class (unless there's a colloquium), whenever you
can find me in my office or at tea, and by appointment.

**SMcK:** **Change** for 5/19 & 5/26: Th 1-3;
on 6/2, back to regular Th 2:30-4:30;
and by appointment in C-8H.

**Text:** *Introduction to Smooth Manifolds*, 2nd ed., by John
(Jack) M. Lee. Winter quarter we will study Chapters 1 through 10 or 11.

In Spring, we will continue through Chapter 14, then study Chapters 19-21,
and end with Chapters 15-17.

Note that the text is available as an e-book from the Math Library, but
you must be logged in with your UWNetID to see it (with no charge).

Also note that on the SpringerLink page for the book, the
"MyCopy Soft Cover Edition" link lets you order a hard copy for $24.99!

I will assume you have entered all important
corrections in your copy of the text.

*Please report any additional errors you suspect to me or directly
to Professor Lee.*

Click on the links below for more useful information.

- Prerequisites and Challenges of the 544/5/6 sequence.
- General information about homework and grades. (Same as for 544, so link goes to that site.)
- Homework assignments.
- GradeBook for 545.
- GradeBook for 546.
- Catalyst workspace: tests, some solutions.
- Other interesting geometry/topology sites:

ACME Klein Bottle Company;

How to make models of the hyperbolic plane by crocheting and other methods, and some crocheted models of hyperbolic surfaces in nature, the "Coral Reef Project."

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