# Written Homework

Written homework is due once a week, on Thursdays, at the
**start of your recitation section**, and must be **stapled**
with your **name**, **section number**, and **homework
number** on it to receive credit. **Late**
homework will **not** be **accepted**.

There is also WebAssign (EWA) homework, which is separate from the written homework described on this page.

You will be graded on the **clarity of your exposition**.
Your homework should be written using complete sentences
to explain your steps. Here is some information
about how to do a good job writing up your homework.

Please **read the suggested texts before class**, and
then after class make sure to attempt the homework for the
sections we covered that day.

You may find it useful to use a computer algebra system
to check your work. The program Mathematica,
for instance, is available free to students via
the
University of Colorado. Another popular
resource is Desmos.

The **Mathematics
Academic Resource Center** ("MARC" MATH 175) is
a great place to get help, and discuss homework with your
classmates. The MARC is **free** and open Monday-Thursday from 9am to 9pm and on Fridays from 9am to 4pm.

### Written Homework Assignments - Fall 2019:

(Note: You may need to refresh this page to see new assignments.)Homework 1 - Due Thursday, Aug 29

Homework 2 - Due Thursday, Sep 5

Homework 3 - Due Thursday, Sep 12

Homework 4 - Due Thursday, Sep 19

Homework 5 - Due Thursday, Sep 26

Homework 6 - Due Thursday, Oct 3

Homework 7 - Due Thursday, Oct 10

Homework 8 - Due Thursday, Oct 17

Homework 9 - Due Thursday, Oct 24