The official titles of the course are Honors Abstract Algebra (Math 55a) and Honors Real and Complex Analysis (Math 55b).
Previously, the official title was Honors Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra.
You needn't answer more than one or two sentences per question, and you get full marks for ANY good-faith answer.
These assignments are intended to give the instructor feedback on how the reading went and how the course is going; think of them as surveys in which students are voting for which topics need more motivation in class (and which need less or none).
The office hours page also lists some other help resources.
Math 55 is a two-semester long first-year undergraduate mathematics course at Harvard University, founded by Lynn Loomis and Shlomo Sternberg.
Our focus is on teaching you skills that underlie a wide array of applications and preparing you for all courses involving advanced quantitative work (across all sciences, engineering, economics, computer science, statistics, and so on).
By the end of this course, you should be able to: Enrollment in lectures and sections: Math 51 students attend lectures on MWF, starting on the first Monday of the quarter, and discussion sections on Tu Th, starting on the first Tuesday of the quarter.
Note: Don't bring a classmate's clicker to lecture and register responses for him/her; that is an Honor Code violation (for you and the classmate).
You are allotted four lecture absences without penalty, including absences due to late enrollment, illness, oversleeping, dead batteries, forgetting your i Clicker2, athletics, job interviews, not registering your PRS device in Canvas, etc.