One of the great challenges of teaching, I find, is being able to fit into a fifty- (or even ninety-) minute class all the content you would like to teach. Indeed, this is a challenge that sometimes finds me wanting. On these occasions, I resort to the internet and send my students some notes on topics I wanted covered more thoroughly. It would appear, though, that there are more people on the internet than just my students and I, and so I thought I would share some of these notes here, in case you can find any use for them.
- Precalculus revision (Math 31A, UCLA)
- A note on proofs (Math 131A, UCLA)
- Continuity of functions (Math 131A, UCLA)
- Counting techniques (Math 180, UCLA)
- A brief note on estimates of binomial coefficients (Extremal Combinatorics, FU Berlin)
- Applications of the Szemerédi Regularity Lemma (Extremal Combinatorics, FU Berlin)
If you discover any errors in these notes, please do let me know. I would appreciate any feedback!
Please don't judge me for any images from my pre-TikZ days.