**Math 103B**
Spring
2008

**IMPORTANT
LINKS: ** **Schedule Homework** **Academic Integrity Old Exams**

Help with math: reading math definitions "if ... then" and negation proofs

**TEXT: Contemporary
Abstract Algebra (6 ^{th} ed.) **
by Joseph A. Gallian

**Lecture:**MWF 11 AM in**AP&M B412****Section:**Tues 4 PM in**WLH 2115**

**OFFICE HOURS:**

**Prof**: Ed Bender (AP&M 6111) ebender@ucsd.edu

Office Hours:**TA**: Andy Stout (AP&M 6414) astout@math.ucsd.edu

Office Hours: Tues 3-4

**GRADING AND EXAMS: Academic
Integrity Guidelines for homework and exams**

**
**Late homework is not accepted.

25% |
homework |
due at Wednesday lectures ( |

35% |
midterm |
11AM Wed. 4/23 in lecture room |

40% |
end term |
11AM Fri. 5/30 in lecture room |

**Q:** I did poorly on
one exam,
but I did well on everything else. Does this mess up my grade?

**A:** When I assign course grades, I try to
take into account the fact that someone may have had a bad day, so I will make
some allowances.**
Q:** Can I work with others on my homework?