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Specialized tutoring for MATH 1730 will also be available in KOM 204 on Monday 1012 and 34, Tuesday 12 – 4, Wednesday 1011 and 34, and Thursday 12 – 3.
Tutoring
for MATH 1010, 1410, 1420, 1630, and 1710 is offered in the Walker
Library. See http://www.mtsu.edu/studentsuccess
for more information.
Calc
I
Abstact I
Abstract II Fundamental
Homomorphism Theorem 



Links to Professional Organizations 
Edward BulwerLytton Competition
Process Philosophy and Premonition (1986 Honors Thesis)  Red Tide (A Short Story) 
Solving Cubic and Quartic Equations  Residuated Lattices and Posets (Seminar Notes) 

Personal InformationI was born in Little Rock, Arkansas on October 18, 1963. My earliest recollection is the assassination of M.L. King, Jr. I thought someone had shot Burger King. I attended J.L. McClellan High School (some years later), where I played bass clarinet in the marching band and learned how to type. I also learned that if you mix every chemical in the chemistry lab together and pour it all down the sink, you can make a really great geyser (and get the building evacuated). I fell in love with mathematics at Hendrix College, where I graduated with High Honors in 1986. (I stayed away from the chemistry lab.) I got my doctorate in mathematics at Vanderbilt University in 1991, and I have been at MTSU since then.

