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2016-2017

...1/ MATH 131P Partial Differential Equations I Fredrickson,L http://web.stanford.edu/~ljfred4/syllabus_Math131P.pdf MATH 145 Algebraic Geometry Vakil,R http://math.stanford.edu/~vakil/17-145/ MATH 146 Analysis on Manifolds Wieczorek, W http://math146.stanford.edu MATH 148 Algebraic Topology Kerckhoff,S http://math.stanford.edu/~spk/math148 MATH 152 Elementary Theory of Numbers Diaconis,P MATH 161 Set Theory Sommer,R MATH 205B Real Analysis...

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Spring 2017

...tanford.edu/~jluk/math63CMspring17/index.html MATH 63DM Modern Mathematics: Discrete Methods Vondrak,J MATH 106 Functions of a Complex Variable Li,J http://math.stanford.edu/~jli/Math106.html MATH 109 Applied Group Theory Wieczorek,W MATH 113 Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory Li,J http://math.stanford.edu/~jli/Math113.html MATH 120 Groups and Rings Li,J http://math.stanford.edu/~jli/Math120.html MATH 122 Modules and Group Representations Wilson,J...

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Winter 2017

...1/ MATH 131P Partial Differential Equations I Fredrickson,L http://web.stanford.edu/~ljfred4/syllabus_Math131P.pdf MATH 145 Algebraic Geometry Vakil,R http://math.stanford.edu/~vakil/17-145/ MATH 146 Analysis on Manifolds Wieczorek, W http://math146.stanford.edu MATH 148 Algebraic Topology Kerckhoff,S http://math.stanford.edu/~spk/math148 MATH 152 Elementary Theory of Numbers Diaconis,P MATH 161 Set Theory Sommer,R MATH 205B Real Analysis...

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Winter 2018

...structor Website MATH 19 Calculus Madnick MATH 20 Calculus Kimport/ Zhu/ Savvas http://web.stanford.edu/class/math20/ MATH 21 Calculus Schaeffer/ Solis MATH 51 Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables Wieczorek/ Ohrt/ Perlmutter http://web.stanford.edu/class/math53/cgi-bin/51.php MATH 52 Integral Calculus of Several Variables Mueller MATH 53 Ordinary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra Hershkovits MATH 62CM Modern...

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Combinatorics

Combinatorics concerns the study of discrete objects. It has applications to diverse areas of mathematics and science, and has played a particularly important role in the development of computer science. While it is arguably as old as counting, combinatorics has grown remarkably in the past half century alongside the rise of computers. It borrows tools from diverse areas of mathematics. Examples include the probabilistic method, which was...

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