Book D Basics
Entering the weird and wonderful world of metric spaces. Your life will never be the same again!
Fun lecture I gave at M203 summerschool covering most of Chapter 13. Includes the story of how I killed my friend Nigel.
How to find Cl, Int and Bd with a scary metric.
Tutorial handouts + formative notes
Stuff from an earler tutorial -not doing one on book D this year.
Book E Rings and fields
Book E Basics
My take on what this book is about.
Hierarchy of domains
Like the pickie on HB p96 (but more gorgeous) with brief notes on the properties of each domain. There's a version in the folder which prints better than the gorgeous one.
Some useful YouTube videos
on Rings and Fields
2019 Online Refreshers and 2018 Dayschool handouts.
Book F basics
Brief intro to the very last book - ending on a high.
A few reminders of spaces of sequences & functions
The three Cs
Pickie to summarise (very briefly) how connectedness, compactness and completeness relate to each other
Tutorial questions notes and slides.
Stuff from a few years ago - I didn't do any tutorials on Book F this year.
Core & non-core stuff
Copied from the planner to make it easy to print
General advice on finding and presenting proofs, and a summary of standard strategies.
Cribsheet to remind you of some standard results.
Health warning: This is not official Open University material. All errors, misconceptions and misleading statements are my very own
Book A Basics
Very short intro notes / tips for each chapter in this book.
A few tips, mainly about the formative questions
Dayschool slides, questions, solutions/notes from a previous year.
Book B Basics
Very brief notes, warnings and enthusiasms to get you in the mood for this block.
Notes folder, containing:
1) Summaries of basic stuff,
2) Dicyclic groups note,
3) D6 - the full Monty (everything applied to D6)
4) Direct products
Dayschool from 2017, updated to include extra stuff from 1 Dec 2018 as well.
Book C Numbers and rings
Book C Basics
Usual brief meander through the topics in each chapter of this block
From Ring to Field
The hierarchy; each entity is a subset of the previous one. This will be expanded in Book E.
All the stuff for the gig on 12/1/19 in London. It was a gas!
My exam solutions
This is totally unofficial. Not to be relied upon. Updated 3/5/2018
Do not read until you've had a serious go at the paper yourself.