Written homework is due once a week, on Thursdays, at the start of your recitation section. In these problems you should show all of your work in complete mathematical "sentences", writing complete English sentences when you explain your logic. You should expect some homework problems to be more challenging than what you might see in WebAssign or on exams. Here are guidelines for how to write your homework. Please always staple your homework and label it with your section number. Late homework will not be accepted.

The expectation for your homework is that a level of professionalism is maintained. Below is a checklist to follow when writing and turning in your homework:

- On the first page be sure to include:

- Write full name in upper right corner (write "Jane Doe" instead of "Jane D")
- Write section number under full name
- Staple papers in upper left corner
- Write name of assignment (e.g. "Homework 5")

- Other requirements:

- Do not submit a rough draft of your homework.
- Write legibly and avoid submitting work that has scratched out work.
- Cut off messy paper edges from spiral notebooks
- Do problems in the order listed on the website
- Do problems in pencil or black ink
- Leave space between problems for feedback

- HW 1 (due Wednesday, June 5):

Homework 1

- HW 2 (due Monday, June 10)

Homework 2

- HW 3 (due Thursday, June 13)

Homework 3

- HW 4 (due Wednesday, June 19)

Homework 4

- HW 5 (due Monday, June 24)

Homework 5

- HW 6 (due Friday, June 28)

Homework 6

- HW 7 (due Wednesday, July 3)

Homework 7

- HW 8 (due Wednesday, July 10)

Homework 8

- HW 9 (due Monday, July 15)

Homework 9

- HW 10 (due Thursday, July 18)

Homework 10

- HW 11 (due Tuesday, July 23)

Homework 11

- HW 12 (due Friday, July 26)

Homework 12

- HW 13 (due Thursday, August 1)

Homework 13

- HW 14 (due Monday, August 5)

Homework 14

- HW 15 (due Thursday, August 8)

Homework 15