# Math 333

(Last updated May 25, 2022 @ 3pm)

## Materials

Textbook (Abstract Algebra by Thomas W. Judson, 2021 Edition)

Contact: You can always reach me via email at nicholas.vlamis@qc.cuny.edu or on in our Slack channel @nicholas.vlamis. I will generally respond within 24 hours.

## End of the semester (5/16–5/23)

Proved Sun-tzu's theorem. Final

*is*cumulative and will be given Monday, May 23 from 1:45-3:45pm in our normal classroom, 320 Kiely Hall.At least half of the exam will be dedicated to material covered after Exam 2.

The Final Exam will be in a similar format to the prior two exams, but will be about 50% longer.

From the textbook, we have covered Chapters 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, and 11 in their entirety, and we have also covered Sections 4.1, 10.1, 16.1, 16.2, and 16.4.

You may bring three standard-sized sheets of notes to the exam, and you may write on the front and back of each.

**Office Hours****:**Thursday 3-4pm, Friday 11am-12pm (Virtual), and Monday (May 23) 12-1pm.

## Week 14 (5/9–5/13)

**Reading:**Read Chapter 16 in the textbook

Course Evaluations - Due by May 18 (Please fill them out!!)

Handed back Homework 9 and 10 in class on Wednesday, May 11

Assignment 12 (Not to be collected)

## Week 13 (5/2–5/6)

**Reading:**Read Chapter 11 in the texbook

## Week 12 (4/25–4/29)

**Reading:**Read Section 10.1 in the texbook

Handed back Exam 2 and Homework 8 in class on Monday, April 25.

## Week 11 (4/11–4/15)

Introduced the notion of direct product of groups.Exam 2 is on Wednesday! You may bring a sheet of notes to the exam, that is, one 8.5"x11" sheet of paper with notes handwritten by you on the front and back of the page. The exam covers Chapters 4, 5, 6, and Section 9.1 in the textbook.

## Week 10 (4/4–4/9)

**Reading:**Read Section 1 of Chapter 9 in the textbook

Handed back Homework 6 and Homework 7 in class on Monday, April 4

Exam 2 is on Wednesday, April 13. You may bring a sheet of notes to the exam, that is, one 8.5"x11" sheet of paper with notes handwritten by you on the front and back of the page. Covers Chapters 4, 5, 6, and Section 9.1 in the textbook.

## Week 9 (3/28–4/1)

**Reading:**Read Chapter 6 in the textbook

## Week 8 (3/21–3/25)

**Reading:**Read Chapter 5 in the textbook

Homework 5 returned on Wednesday, March 23

## Week 7 (3/14–3/18)

**Reading:**Read Section 4.1 and Section 5.1 in the textbook

Exam 1 handed back on Monday, March 16

## Week 6 (3/7–3/11)

**Reading:**Read Section 4.1 in the textbook**Exam 1 on Wednesday, March 9!**

Homework 4 handed back Monday, March 7

Additional office hours: 1-2pm on Wednesday, March 9

## Week 5 (2/28–3/4)

**Reading:**Read Section 3.3 in the textbook.

**Note: You have two weeks to complete this assignment (due the exam), but there are questions on the homework that you are meant to work through before the exam.**

Homework 2 and Homework 3 returned Monday, Februray 28 (see solutions to the graded problems below).

**Exam 1 is on Wednesday, March 9.**You may bring a sheet of notes to the exam, that is, one 8.5"x11" sheet of paper with notes handwritten by you on the front and back of the page.

## Week 4 (2/21–2/25)

**Reading:**Read Section 3.2 in the textbook.

## Week 3 (2/14–2/18)

**Reading:**Pages 36-41 (in Chapter 3) in the course textbook.

Homework 1 returned on Wednesday, Feb. 16.

## Week 2 (2/7–2/11)

**Reading:**Read Chapter 2 in the course textbook.

## Week 1 (1/31–2/4)

**Reading:**Read Chapter 1 in the course textbook.Monday's Class Notes (contains some material that we will cover on Wednesday)

Wednesday's Class Notes (contains some material that we will cover on Wednesday)