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− | This Wiki is maintained by the [https://mathdept.ucr.edu/ourgrads/tas.html Teaching Assistants] of the [https://mathdept.ucr.edu/ UCR Mathematics Department] and is intended to be a repository of resources for students and TAs pertaining to the math classes offered there. If you are a student, please help yourself to the information here. If you are a TA, use these resources in your own discussion section, and please contribute to this Wiki to help future students and TAs. For any questions pertaining to the UCR Math Wiki, or to request login access as a TA, email [mailto: | + | This Wiki is maintained by the [https://mathdept.ucr.edu/ourgrads/tas.html Teaching Assistants] of the [https://mathdept.ucr.edu/ UCR Mathematics Department] and is intended to be a repository of resources for students and TAs pertaining to the math classes offered there. If you are a student, please help yourself to the information here. If you are a TA, use these resources in your own discussion section, and please contribute to this Wiki to help future students and TAs. For any questions pertaining to the UCR Math Wiki, or to request login access as a TA, email [mailto:mover002@ucr.edu mover002@ucr.edu]. |

== Lower Division Math Courses == | == Lower Division Math Courses == |

## Latest revision as of 10:30, 5 April 2021

This Wiki is maintained by the Teaching Assistants of the UCR Mathematics Department and is intended to be a repository of resources for students and TAs pertaining to the math classes offered there. If you are a student, please help yourself to the information here. If you are a TA, use these resources in your own discussion section, and please contribute to this Wiki to help future students and TAs. For any questions pertaining to the UCR Math Wiki, or to request login access as a TA, email mover002@ucr.edu.

## Lower Division Math Courses

**Math4** – Intro to College Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences

**Math5** – Precalculus

**Math6A** – Introduction to College Mathematics for Sciences

**Math6B** – Introduction to College Mathematics for Sciences

**Math7A** – Differential Calculus for Life Sciences

**Math7B** – Integral Calculus for Life Sciences

**Math9A** – Integral Calculus

**Math9B** – Differential Calculus

**Math9C** – Calculus, Sequences and Series

**Math10A** – Calculus of Several Variables

**Math10B** – Calculus of Several Variables

**Math11** – Introduction to Discrete Structures

**Math22** – Calculus for Business

**Math31** – Applied Linear Algebra

**Math46** – Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations

## Upper Division Math Courses

**Math120** – Optimization

**Math121** – Game Theory

**Math126** – Introduction to Combinatorics

**Math131** – Linear Algebra

**Math132** – Linear Algebra II

**Math133** – Geometry

**Math135A** – Numerical Analysis

**Math135B** – Numerical Analysis

**Math136** – Introduction to the Theory of Numbers

**Math137** – Plane Curves

**Math138A** – Introduction to Differential Geometry - Part I

**Math138B** – Introduction to Differential Geometry - Part II

**Math141** – Fractal Geometry with Applications

**Math144** – Introduction to Set Theory

**Math145A** – Introduction to Topology

**Math145B** – Introduction to Topology

**Math146A** – Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations

**Math146B** – Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations

**Math146C** – Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations

**Math147** – Intro to Fourier Analysis & It's Applications

**Math149A** – Probability and Mathematical Statistics

**Math149B** – Probability and Mathematical Statistics

**Math150A** – Intermediate Analysis

**Math151A** – Advanced Calculus

**Math151B** – Advanced Calculus

**Math151C** – Advanced Calculus

**Math153** – History of Mathematics

**Math165A** – Introduction to Complex Variables

**Math165B** – Introduction to Complex Variables

**Math168** – Introduction to Mathematical Modeling

**Math171** – Introduction to Modern Algebra

**Math172** – Modern Algebra

## Other Pages

**Origins of Two Familiar Math Terms** – The words algebra and algorithm are familiar to most people, but where did they come from?

**Évariste Galois** – Many remember the quadratic formula from high school. Did you know there are analogous formulas for degree 3 and 4 polynomials, but not for degree 5 polynomials. Here is brief account of the dramatic life of the man who showed why.

**The Four-Color Problem** – How many colors do you need to color a map? Find the answer — and how surprisingly difficult that answer was to prove.

**Grigori Perelman** – Here's a mathematician that is truly in it just for the math.

**Zeno's Paradoxes** – Zeno, the ancient Greek philosopher, describes several paradoxes that may make you doubt whether motion is actually an illusion.