Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University,

College Station, TX 77843-3368, USA

- Office: BLOC 623C
- E-mail: terdelyi@math.tamu.edu
- no phone in office, sorry
- Fax: (979) 845-6028
- Vitae
- Photo

- Please, use my email address "terdelyi@math.tamu.edu" throughout the semester.

- Online homework is on WebAssign and due every Thursday at 11:55 pm.
- You should do the suggested homework on the course webpage. Your solutions are neither collected nor graded.

- You should be preparing as the semester progresses. Do not wait for the week of the exam.
- You should do the suggested homework on the course webpage.
- You should study the lecture notes.
- You should read the textbook.
- You should study Review 1 problems before Exam 1.
- You should study Review 2 problems before Exam 2.
- You should study Review 3 problems before Exam 3.
- You may study the Week in Reviews.
- You should study the webassign homework.
- You should study the past common exams.
- Take an exam as if it was a real exam. Give yourself two hours and do not use notes or a calculator.
- Then you may wish to use the solutions to "grade" your practice exam.

- Study your graded exams. Do not make the same mistakes again.
- Take the sample final before the final.

- Math 689, Polynomials and Polynomial Inequalities
- Homework
- Corrections in the book
- Remez paper
- Trigonometric Remez paper
- Polarization
- Polarization on the circle
- Full Müntz in L_p[0,1]
- Full Erdös -Clarkson-Schwartz
- Full Müntz revisited
- Full Müntz on compact subsets of (0,\infty) with positive measure

- My publications in print according to Math.Sci.Net
- List of my publications
- My publications available in TEX

- Number Theory and Polynomials
- group photo in Bristol
- Modern Approaches in Asymptotics of Polynomials
- Borwein08
- Szemerédi70
- Turán100
- ICREA Conference on AT and FA in Barcelona
- WSPOTA12
- Erdös100
- Applied Functional Analysis
- 5th Workshop on Fourier Analysis and Related Fields
- The Geometry, Algebra and Analysis of Algebraic Numbers
- Analysis, Approximation Theory, Operator Theory and their Interconnections
- Mathematical Inequalities and Applications
- First Analysis Mathematica International Conference

- Do Flat Skew-Reciprocal Littlewood polynomials exist?
- The Mahler measure of the Rudin-Shapiro polynomials
- Coppersmith-Rivlin type inequalities and the order of vanishing of polynomials at 1