तत्   सवितुर्वरेण्यं  |  भर्   गो   देवस्य   धीमहि  |  धियो   यो  नः   ्रचोदयात्  ||  (ऋग्वेद  ३.६२.०)
We meditate upon the effulgent glory of the divine light; may it illumine and inspire our intellect. (Rig Ved 3.62:10)

Prof. Ram's (Ramsamujh) FIUnix01 Homepage

Office: DM 419E,     Telephone: 305-348-2929,       Fax: 305-348-6158,

e-mail:  ramsamuj@fiu.edu      Math Dept page link       Abbreviated  C.V.

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FIU Fall 2021 Repopulation Aug 20th, 2021

FIU Fall 2021 Repopulation Aug 13th, 2021

FIU Panther Book Pack Information

Every student is automatically enrolled for the Panther Book Pack (https://onestop.fiu.edu/bookpack/) at the

time that you register for classes. The program will cover your textbooks for each course at a charge of $20

per credit hour.  We suggest that you compare this to the cost of all your required course materials.

 

If this total is higher than the Panther Book Pack Cost, you can opt out at any point from the day you

receive your Panther Book Pack email until three days after the add/ drop date on the Academic

Calendar for that term. For the Fall 2021 this day is September 2, 2021.

  

All students must opt out if they do not wish to participate.  You may opt-out via  MyFIU by
clicking on the Panther Book Pack tile and then clicking the opt-out / opt-in toggle for the session you
would like to change your participation status for. If you have any further questions, please check out
the link  (https://onestop.fiu.edu/bookpack/)  also given above .

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Courses for FALL 2021,  On-Campus classes

 

1. Linear Algebra: MAS 3105.U03 (90600) - GC 279B, Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2021)

Regular Class Time is  11:00 am - 12:15 pm; Tue, Thu.  FIU Classes begin on Aug. 23rd, 2021.

Exam #1 for Linear Algebra is on  Thursday, Oct. 07th, 2021 during regular class time.

Exam #2 for Linear Algebra is on  Tuesday, Nov. 23rd, 2021 during regular class time.  
Final Exam for Linear Algebra is on  Thursday, Dec. 09th, 2021 from 09:45 AM - 11:45 AM  

(FINAL EXAM TIME is confirmed by FIU.)
  

2. Intro to Combinatorics:  MAD 4203.U01(82156) - RB 140, Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2021)

Regular Class Time is  2:00 pm - 3:15 pm; Tue, Thu.    FIU Classes begin on Aug. 23rd, 2021.

Exam #1 for Intro to Combinatorics is on  Thursday, Oct.  07th, 2021 during regular class time.

Exam #2 for Intro to Combinatorics is on  Tuesday,  Nov. 23rd, 2021 during regular class time.
Final Exam for Combinatorics  is on  Thursday, Dec. 9th, 2021 from 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM 

(FINAL EXAM TIME is confirmed by FIU.)

 

Prof. Ram's Office hours (via Zoom):  12:45pm-1:45pm & 3:45pm-4:45pm  Tue & Thu.

Prof. Ram's Office hours Zoom Meeting ID - 722 280 1561.  A Passcode will be sent to your official FIU e-mail.

If you did not receive a passcode,  please send an e-mail to   ramsamuj@fiu.edu

 

No LA (Learning Assistant) or TA (Teaching Assistant) for the above courses were available

 

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Courses for SPRING 2022 - EVERYTHING IS VERY TENTATIVE

 

Spring Break (No Classes) Monday-Saturday, February 28th, 2022 - March 5th, 2022.

1. 
Linear Algebra:   MAS 3105.U01 (Course #11701) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2022) 

Regular Class Time is  09:30 am - 10:45 pm;Tue, Thu.    FIU Classes begin on Mon. Jan. 10th, 2022.

Exam #1 for Linear Algebra is on  ThursdayFeb. 24th, 2022  during regular class time.

Exam #2 for Linear Algebra is on  Thursday,  April 7th 2022  during regular class time.

Final Exam for Graph Theory is on Tuesday, Apr. 19th, 2022 from 09:30am - 11:45am

(FINAL EXAM TIME is NOT YET confirmed by FIU.)

 

2.  Differential Equations:  MAP 2302.U02 (Course #12507) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2022)

Regular Class Time is  11:00 am - 12:15 pm; Tue, Thu.   FIU Classes begin on Mon. Jan.10th, 2022.

Exam #1 for Differential Equations is on Thursday, Feb 10, 2022  during regular class time.

Exam #2 for Differential Equations is on Thursday, Mar ??, 2022  during regular class time.

Exam #3 for Differential Equations is on ThursdayApril ??th, 2022 during regular class time.

Final Exam for Differential Equations is on Thursday, Apr. 21st, 2022  from 09:30am - 11:45am

(FINAL EXAM TIME is NOT YET confirmed by FIU.)

 

3. Theory of Algorithms:  MAD 3512.U01 (Course #11711) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2021)

Regular Class Time is   02:00 pm - 3:15 pm; Tue, Thu.  FIU Classes begin on Mon. Jan. 10th, 2022.

Exam #1 for Theory of Algorithms is on ThursdayFeb. 10th, 2022  during regular class time.

Exam #2 for Theory of Algorithms is on Thursday April  7th, 2022  during regular class time.

Final Exam for Theory of Algor. is on Thursday, Apr. 21st, 2022 from 12:00pm - 02:00pm.

(FINAL EXAM TIME is NOT YET confirmed by FIU.)

 

Prof. Ram's Office hours12:30pm - 1:15pm and 3:30pm - 4:30pm  Tue & Thu.   

The Learning Assistant for the above courses is not known as yet. 

(Tentative schedule.)  Times:

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Class Notes for Several Classes
Hand-written class notes are available for some classes. Just click and check on the page for "class notes."
1. Axiomatic Set Theory  2. Graph Theory  3. Intro to Advanced Math  4. Intro to Combinatorics  
5. Linear Algebra     6. Mathematical Logic   7. Theory of Algorithms      8. Differential Equations
Puzzles& Games - Fun stuff for when you might be bored.

 

Tutoring Services:  

 You can also get help in Mathematics from the FIU Centre for Academic Success, GL 120,  MMC.

You can make appointments by calling 305- 348-2441 (MMC).    For more information check out the link below

https://learningcenter.fiu.edu/how-does-tutoring-work/


DISCLAIMER:    The data in this homepage is considered accurate but is not guaranteed.  In this age of computer hackers

there is also no guarantee that someone may not have tampered with the contents.   So if there is anything that looks fishy,

or if there are last minute cancellations or changes to test dates, please check with Professor Ram first, before acting on

that information. Professor Ram is not known for making last minute changes - and will only do so if absolutely necessary.  

If there is ever any need for any such change he will announce it in class.

 

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General information for ALL courses taught at FIU    

     1.  Over-rides for getting into a full class :

(a) We cannot give out over-rides until the first class meeting because we have to ensure that the classroom has space for everyone

to whom we give an over-ride.  (The classroom is sometimes listed as TBA and changes are often made just before classes start.).  

If you wish to get into a full class, please come to the first class meeting and we will try to accommodate everyone, if possible. 

(Over-rides will be given out in the order of your GPA - the students with higher GPAs will get preference.  So please bring an informal

copy of your transcript with you.  If you have no transcript, no over-rides will be given.)

(b) For multi-section courses we cannot give out any over-rides unless all the sections are full.   Over-rides can be given out only at

the first class meeting.   In order for you to get an over-ride, I need proof that you satisfied the prerequisites for the course - only then will

I be able to give your Name, Panther ID, and the Course Details to the Math Department designated Advisor (currently Prof. John Zweibel)

who is the only one who is allowed to enter this information into the system.  Once the advisor does this, you will be able to register. 

Please keep in mind that the advisor may have hundreds of over-ride requests to process, so it might take up to 24 hours to get yours into the system.

(c)  For courses such as MAD 3512 (which are run every semester) the number of over-rides we can give is restricted - and may be as small as zero. 

The number of over-rides we give will depend, in part, on the enrollment in the the course course of the chronologically-next semester of the previous

year.  This is because we want to ensure that the course runs each semester.  In many cases, the Summer semesters (and sometimes Fall semesters)

get low enrollments.  When the enrollment in any semester drops below 20, the course is automatically cancelled & this prevents many (as much as 19)

students from graduating.  So sometimes we have to give no over-rides in order to make sure the course runs the next semester.

 

     2Cancellation of Tests or Quizzes & Rest Room Breaks:

If a TEST or Quiz is cancelled due to a HURRICANE or other emergency, the TEST or Quiz will be given on the first meeting of the class after the

hurricane or emergency.    You should check the FIU website (if you have power) or call the FIU hotline (or the Miami-Dade Hurricane emergency hotline)

for the latest updates about hurricanes.  If you need to go to the Rest Room while taking a test, you will always be allowed to do so, but after you come

back from the Rest Room, you must finish the rest of the test in a different colored ink, so that it will be clear what you did before going to the Rest Room

and what you did after coming back.  If there is a significant difference between the two sets of solutions, your paper will be submitted to the relevant

University Academic body to determine whether or not you committed any misconduct.

 

     3.   Make-up Tests:

If you missed the first test in the semester for an allowable, legitimate, verifiable reason you may be able to take a make-up exam as long as you provide

adequate documentation and notify the professor at within two hours of the scheduled exam time.   You must take the make up test on the first

opportunity you get to return to school.   The allowable reasons are restricted to medical emergencies, traffic accidents in which your car becomes

non-functional on your way to the exam, and deaths in the immediate family (parents, siblings, children).  We are not allowed to give make-up tests

for work related issues.   As always you must provide documentation.   If you miss a quiz or a later exam, you will not get a make-up; your other

scores will instead be used (with their corresponding weights) to produce your final grade.

 

     4.  Incomplete grades:

In order to get an incomplete grade, IN, the total points in the tests or quizzes you took must add up to a total at least 50% of the total course points,

ou must have an overall passing grade in the tests and quizzes taken so far, and the reason you missed the Final Exam must be an allowable,

legitimate, verifiable one.   The allowable reasons are restricted to medical emergencies, traffic accidents in which your car becomes non-functional on

your way to the exam, and deaths in the immediate family (parents, siblings, children).  We are not allowed to give make-up Final Exams for work related issues. 

You must also inform (via e-mail or phone) the professor in charge, within two hours of the scheduled Final Exam time, and provide all documentation

before you take the make-up Final Exam.  Failure to provide the proper documentation by the end of the first week of the following semester will result

in a zero score in the Final Exam and the grade which that entails.  You usually have until the end of the following semester to actually take the make-up

Final exam but you are encouraged to do so as early as possible.   Make-up Final Exams cannot be given in the Semester break. 

 

     5.  Attendance Policy:

Class attendance is mandatory but allowances will be made for illnesses, emergencies, and officially sanctioned religious holidays (provided your professor

is notified about at least 2 weeks before such holidays) as long as the total amount of absences do not exceed 40%.   If, for whatever reason, you attend

less than 60% of the classes, you will automatically be assigned a failing grade and you may have to pay back the university any subsidy that you received.  

(Please check with Registration & Financial Aid about this.)   If you anticipate that you will not be able to reach the 60% threshold (because of severe injury,

prolonged illness, or other problems), please inform the registrar as soon as possible and try to get a withdraw or a late drop.   Your professor cannot

help you in these circumstances - only the registrars can - and the earlier you tell them about the problem, the better it will be for you.

    

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SOME  QUOTES

Medeis ageometretos eisito mou ten stegen.  [Let no one who is ignorant of Geometry/Mathematics (unjust) proceed any further.]

We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life - is when men are afraid of the light.  The beginning is the

  most important part of the work. Love is a serious mental disease. Ignorance - the root & the stem of every evil.  Plato (427-347 BCE)

 

Amicus Plato - amicus Aristoteles - magis amica veritas. Plato is my friend - Aristotle is my friend - but my greatest friend is truth. 

If I have seen further it is only by standing on the shoulders of giants.  To explain all nature is too difficult a task for any one man

or even for any one age.  'Tis much better to do a little with certainity, and leave the rest for others that come after you,

than to explain all things by conjecture without making sure of any thing.   Isaac Newton (1643-1727)

 

Napole'on : Ils m'ont dit que vous avez e'crit ce grand livre sur le syste`me de l'univers, et que vous n'avez me^me jamais mentionne'  son Cre'ateur.

 [They tell me you have written this large book on the system of the universe,  and (that you) have never even once mentioned its Creator.]

 Laplace (1749-1827):  Je n'ai pas besoin de cette hypothe`se  la`.  [I had no need of that hypothesis.] - apocryphal story by Rouse Ball

 

  The difference between genius and stupidity is (simply this):  genius has its limits (stupidity has none).   Alexandre Dumas-fils (1824-1895)   

Everything should be made as simple as possible but not any simpler.   If we knew what we were doing, it would not be called research, (now) would it?

Science without (the fervor of) religion is lame;  religion without (the realization that) science (is the only way to the truth) is blind.   A. Einstein (1879-1955)

 

Es gibt keinen Gott und Dirac ist sein Prophet  -  There is (definitely) no God and Dirac is His (the true) messenger.

If you are receptive and humble, mathematics will lead you by the hand (to the greatest truths).   P.A.M.  Dirac (1902-1984)

 

अर्धाली     बंदौ ्रथम   महिसुर्चरना   |   मोहजनित  संसय   सब   हरना      ||    (रामचरितमानस,  बालकाण् ड .)

अर्धाली     बिनु   सतसंग  बिबेक    होई  |   रामकृपा  बिनु  सुलभ   सोई    ||   (रामचरितमानस,   बालकाण् ड .)

Before I commence the divine tale, I first bow to the feet of the masters of wisdom on earth because they remove all doubts born out of ignorance.

Wisdom dawns not without the association of the enlightened and such communion is only possible by the grace of the Universal One.  Tulsidas (1532-1623)

 

काल  करे  सो  आज  कर  आज  करे  सो  अब  |  पल  में  परलय  होएगी  बहुरि  करोगे कब  ||  (कबीर दास)

Whatever you have to do  tomorrow,  do today;   whatever you have to do today,  do  (right away)  now.

For when the moment has passed, the task at hand can never be done somehow. Kabir Das (1448?-1518?)

 

Natural Philosophy is written in this grand book, the universe, which stands continually open to our gaze. But this book cannot be understood 

unless one first comprehends (masters) the language of  mathematics - for without it, one is doomed to (forever) wander in the darkest labyrinth.

In all questions of science (truth), the authority of a thousand million (believers) is not worth the humble reasoning of a single (rational) individual.

The ancient scriptures teaches us (supposedly) how to go to heaven - not how the heavens go! (paraphrased)  Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

 

[Galileo Galilei believed the Earth revolved around the Sun. For this, he was interrogated by the Inquisition, was put on trial, found guilty and sentenced to

 indefinite imprisonment. For renouncing his former beliefs before the Cardinals that judged him, he was allowed to serve this time instead under house-arrest.]

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 COURSES THAT WERE TAUGHT AT FIU

 Adv. Calculus (Analysis) I     Axiomatic Set Theory     Calculus I                      Calculus II 

 Calculus III (Multivariable)     Combinatorics               Differential Equations     Discrete Mathematics
 Graph Theory                       History of Math             Introd to Adv. Math       Introd to Analysis                                                    
 Linear Algebra                       Mathematical Logic       Theory of Algorithms    
UGrad. Indep. Study
 Grad Math Logic                   Grad Real Analysis        Grad Set Theory            Grad. Indep. Study

 

 MISCELLANEOUS STUFF         Miscellaneous                Puzzles& Games          Math Jokes

                                             Math Jokes                   Math Limericks             Video clips


OLD COURSE   DATA

COURSES FOR FALL 2020 & SPRING 2021 at FIU

Graph  Theory:     MAD 3305.U01 (Course #?) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2021

Theory of Algorithms: MAD 3512.U0? (Course #?) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2021)

Intro to Adv. Math: MAA 3200.U01 (Course #?) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2021)

 

Linear  Algebra:  MAS 3105.U02 (83110)  -  Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2020)

Theory of Algorithms:  MAD 3512.U01 (82429)) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2020)

Intro to Combinatorics: MAD 4203.U01(82416) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2020)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2019 & SPRING 2020 at FIU

Graph  Theory:     MAD 3305.U01 (11914) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2020

Theory of Algorithms: MAD 3512.U01 (11915) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2020)

 

Intro to Combinatorics:MAD 4203.U01(82748) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2019)

Theory of Algorithms:  MAD 3512.U01 (82764)  -  Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2019)

Intro to Advanced Math: MAA 3200.U01 (82763) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2019)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2017 & SPRING 2018 at FIU

Differential Equations: MAP 2302.U01 (32887) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2018)

Graph Theory :   MAD 3305.U01 (33134)  -  Final Exam Scores and Grades  (Spring 2018)

Theory of Algorithms: MAD 3512.U01 (33137) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2018

 

Graph Theory : MAD 3305.U01 (99616) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2017)

Intro to Combinatorics:MAD 4203.U01(99644) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Fall 2017)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2016 & SPRING 2017 at FIU

Differential Equations: MAP 2302.U01 (32887) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2017)

Graph Theory :   MAD 3305.U01 (33134)  -  Final Exam Scores and Grades  (Spring 2017)

Theory of Algorithms: MAD 3512.U01 (33137) - Final Exam Scores & Grades (Spring 2017)

Graph Theory : MAD 3305.U01 (82217) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2016)

Combinatorics :MAD 4203.U01 (82303) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2016)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2015 & SPRING 2016 at FIU

Linear Algebra : MAS 3105.U01 (12559) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2016)

Graph Theory : MAD 3305.U01 (12551) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2016)

Theory of Algorithms : MAD 3512.U01 (12553) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2016)

Graph Theory  -  MAD 3305.U01 (81983) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2015)

Intro to Combinatorics  - MAD 4203.U01 (82092) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2015)

Intro to Advanced Math - MAA 3200.U01 (82121) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2015)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2014 & SPRING 2015 at FIU

Graph Theory                   MAD 3305.U01 (16224) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2015)    

Theory of Algorithms         MAD 3512.U01 (16226) -  Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2015)

Graph Theory                   MAD 3305.U01 (81724) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2014)

Intro to Combinatorics       MAD 4203.U01 (85082) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2014)

Intro to Advanced Math     MAA 3200.U01 (90408) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2014)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2013 & SPRING 2014 at FIU

Graph Theory                  MAD 3305.U01 (10446) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2014)
Linear Algebra                 MAS 3105.U01 (10454)  -
Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2014)
Theory of Algorithms       MAD 3512.U01(10448) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2014)

Differential Equations       MAP 2302.U03 (80572) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2013)

Theory of Algorithms       MAD 3512.U01 (80569) - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2013)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2012 & SPRING 2013 at FIU

Differential Equations          MAP 2302.U01  - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2013)

Graph Theory                     MAD 3305.U01 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2013)

Linear Algebra                     MAS 3105.U02 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2013)

Theory of Algorithms           MAD 3512.U01 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2012)

Intro to Advanced Math       MAA  3200.U01 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2012)

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2011 & SPRING 2012 at FIU

Calculus I                           MAC 2311.U17 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2012)
Calculus II                          MAC 2312.U11 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2012)

Theory of Algorithms           MAD 3512.U01 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2011)
Multivariable Calculus          MAC 2311.U03 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2011)

Graduate Set Theory           MHF 5107.U01 - Independent Study Course (Fall 2011).            

 

COURSES FOR FALL 2009 & SPRING 2010 at FIU

Calculus I                            MAC 2311.U11 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2010)

Theory of Algorithms            MAD 3512.U01 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2010)
Theory of Algorithms            MAD 3512 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2009)
Calculus II  
                        MAC 2312 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2009)

 

 COURSES FOR FALL 2008 & SPRING 2009 at FIU:
Theory of Algorithms            MAD 3512 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2009)  
Axiomatic Set Theory           MHF 4102 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2009)
History of Mathematics          MHF 3404 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Spring 2009)

Introd to Advanced Math       MAA 3200 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2008)   
Differential Equations            MAP 2302 - Final Exam Scores and Grades (Fall 2008)


NOTE:  Many of the files for old tests and solutions for courses that I am not currently teaching are temporarily removed

because they take up a lot of my allocated webspace.    So those links will lead nowhere.    I keep the links so I can just

put back the files (and remove others) and then gain access when I teach those particular courses.   Also some of the links

n the last group above lead nowhere because this homepage is still (and, probably, will always be) under construction.  

Buena suerte y que dios los bendiga.