A couple of assignments in my 4th semester had me producing things that I think the web might be able to use. I didn't put a ton of time into preparing some of these for the web nor can I guarantee accuracy, but:
From Discrete Mathematics (EECS 203)...
- Chapter 1 summary - covers basic logic stuff.
- English ways to express conditionals
- Exam #1 study guide - Covers propositions, operations, conditionals, quantifiers, inference, and sets.
- Exam #2 study guide - Many of my classmates and I collaborated on this. Contains information on counting, big-O notation and the like, probability, counting, Bayes's Theorem, and more.
- Final exam study guide - This thing was beautiful. Even my professor helped! From the Google Docs page, you can download it in any format you like (HTML, PDF, Word document, etc.).
All of my notes from Math 216, differential equations - disorganized and some plain text might be garbled, but mostly scanned notes that might be useful.
I compiled a list of quotes about emperor Tiberius from the ancient Roman historians Suetonius and Tacitus. I used only a handful of these in a paper.
I made a study guide which contains summaries of some important people/events in Roman history after the Julio-Claudian emperors.
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