- Problem set 1: exercises
**1-3**(file is below) •**deadline: Tuesday May 28, 9am**• Each group submits one solution, either email Jules Lamers or bring a handwritten version to the lecture - Problem set 2: exercises
**4-5**(file is below) •**deadline: Thursday May 30, 9am**• Each group submits one solution, either email Jules Lamers or bring a handwritten version to the lecture - Problem set 3: exercises
**8-9**(file is below) •**deadline: Monday June 3, 9am**• Each group submits one solution, either email Jules Lamers or bring a handwritten version to the lecture- for 9(b) it suffices to check the statement with the example of $\lambda$ given there for the cases $n=2$, $m=-3$ and for $n=-m=3$; in this case the is no need to use the $0/1$-sequence as one can just work with partitions
- we skip 9(e).