Don’t forget your Module 1 assessment (classical crypto and intro to modular arithmetic) is due on Monday. You’ll find it in canvas; take home test style.

To Know: You may want to use the Sage Sandbox (you can always find a link at left) for quick computations with Sage that you don’t need to save. No login required.

To Know: If you are interested in learning LaTeX, the awesome software for typsetting mathematics, read on. It’s got a little learning curve at the beginning, but I’ve designed an intro video + 45 minute self-study worksheet that I use in classes (traditionally in the computer lab, where I do the intro bit live). Click here to do it!

To Know: Thanks for your feedback on the feedback survey. I read these carefully and consider all your suggestions and really try to see if I can implement changes. I can’t always, but I try!

To Do: Follow up on our lecture in class about DLP by doing these DLP exercises (tex) (hand in to the drop box). DLP = Discrete Logarithm Problem. Note: part of the purpose of the exercise is to learn how to find sage functionality by googling etc. Sage will do a lot for you in just a couple lines if you can locate the right commands. Don’t let yourself get frustrated, though, ask me on discord.