My guess is that this will already keep us entertained for most of the semester.
Not much, but hopefully steady. Not necessarily graded, but probably collected.
All sort of flexibility can be worked out, but in order to really make things sink in we should really make a collective effort to keep up with it. Feb 4 th Let f x ,y and g x,y be two polynomials in two variables.
Feb 11 th Exercises , page Feb 18 th Exercises , page Mar 4 th Exercise 4. Jan 28 th.
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The homework grade is an average of all your homework sets, ignoring the two worst scores. The lecture notes used in the course are available here. Keep in mind that the notes will be updated regularly.
Suggestions and corrections are greatly appreciated. Please don't assume the proof is right and you are wrong.
The reason for writing my own lecture notes is that all books I have seen are either too advanced or too calculus-like or too long and usually all of the above. Nevertheless some useful references are Calculus on Manifolds by M.
Spivak and Introduction to Differentiable manifolds by Lee. At the start of the Dutch Masters program there is a 1-day course meant as a refersher on all the material you're supposed to know based on the lecture notes by E.