10% of your final grade comes from talks about problems you solved. A talk should be around twenty minutes long and will be given in class. A talk should cover:
The available problems are given on the problem list. Talks will be given in class with one talk per class. The talk-time choice is first come, first serve.
Each person will give two talks: one in October and the other in November or December. Once you've picked a problem and a talk time, mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your choices so I can keep the talk schedule up to date. Remember that problem and time choices are first come, first serve, so choose early or prepare for disappointment.
You can change your problem or your talk time (or both) up until two weeks before the talk date. Changes to the problem or date won't be allowed during the two weeks before the date.
For example: If you've chosen Thursday, 22 October for the date, you can change either the date or the problem before Thursday, 8 October. Once it's Thursday, 8 October, you are committed to your chosen problem and date and may not change them.
|This page last modified on 8 September 2009.|