# Harbourne's Math 953 --
Algebraic Geometry

# Links to Problems sets

- Problem set 1 (due Friday, January 21, 2005):
(pdf)...(PlainTeX).
- Problem set 2 (due Friday, January 28, 2005):
(pdf)...(PlainTeX).
- Problem set 3 (due Monday, February 7, 2005):
(pdf)...(PlainTeX).
- Problem set 4 (due Monday, February 14, 2005):
(pdf)...(PlainTeX).
- Problem set 5 (due Wednesday, February 23, 2005):
(html).
- Problem set 6 (due Friday, March 4, 2005):
(html).
- Problem set 7 (due Friday, March 25, 2005):
(html).
- Problem set 8 (due Monday, April 4, 2005):
(html).
- Problem set 9 (due Monday, April 18, 2005):
(pdf)...(PlainTeX).

# Class Information

**Instructor**: Brian Harbourne
**Classroom**: 111 Avery Hall
**Class Time**: 2:30-3:20 MWF
**Office**: 331 Avery Hall
**Tel.**: 402-472-4476
**email**: bharbour@math.unl.edu
**web**: http://www.math.unl.edu/~bharbour/
**Office Hours**: M 3:30-4:30, Th 3:30-4:30, F 3:30-4, and by appointment, but feel free to
stop by anytime; if I can't see you then we can set a time.

**Text**: Algebraic Geometry, Robin Hartshorne.
**Content**: We will do Chapter 2 and maybe parts of Chapters 1 and 4,
in addition to background topics,
depending on the interests of the class.
**Goals**: To give students a foundation
and some self-sufficiency for further
study and reading in Algebraic Geometry.
**Coursework**:
**Homework**: There will be periodic homework assignments.
The goal of the assignments is to help students deepen their
understanding of the material. It is perfectly
acceptable to discuss assignments with other students.
In order to get the most out of the class and the feedback
I will give on write ups, each student
should write up his or her final solution independently.
**Exams**: There will be no exams.
**Grades**: Your semester grade will be determined by
the following items with the weights given:
Homework 100%

**Departmental Grading Appeals Policy**: The Department of Mathematics
and Statistics does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on
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