Autumn 2017

Fax: (206) 543-0397

Office: Padelford Hall, Room C-341

Email: zqchen@uw.edu

Office hours: Mondays 1:30-2:20 pm. and Wednesday 2:30-3:20 pm. at Padelford C-341.

There will be biweekly homework assignments
throughout the quarter for your own practice. The most important
function of homework is that it helps you to internalize concepts
and to develop problem solving skills. There will be two in class
exams given on Friday November 3, 2017 and
Friday December 8, 2017.

The home work will count for 20% and the two exams will count for 40% each towards
your course grade.

**Prerequisite**:
Students are assumed to be familiar with measure theory
and Lebesgue integration,
such as covered in Real Analysis courses
Math 524,
or Math 426.
Chapter 1 and the appendix of the textbook provides a good review of
the results from measure theory we needed. You are encouraged to read
it for a quick review.
You are also supposed to have learned, or learn on your own, some
basic combinatorics covered in Math/Stat 394.