CISC102: Discrete Mathematics for Computing I 
(Fall 2019) 
Name  Day  Time 
Zhiwei Fu  Monday  9:30  11:30 
Leo Toueg  Monday  11:30  1:30 
Joey Sun  Monday  1:30  3:30 
Catherine Wu  Tuesday  9:30  11:30 
Wissam Ghoudi  Tuesday  11:30  12:30 
Ronny Rochwerg  Tuesday  3:30  5:30 
Joseph Lumney  Tuesday  4:30  6:30 
Sam McPhail  Tuesday  5:30  7:30 
Aleks Jugovic  Tuesday  6:30  8:30 
Yudong Zhou  Wednesday  2:30  4:30 
Shiyao Long  Wednesday  4:30  6:30 
Wissam Ghoudi  Thursday  11:30  12:30 
Emily Hunter  Thursday  12:30  2:30 
Vedant Srinivasan Kartik Srinivasan  Thursday  2:30  4:30 
A B M Bodrul Alam  Thursday  4:30  6:30 
Tuesday  8:309:30 
Wednesday  10:3011:30 
Friday  9:3010:30 
Numeric Range  Letter Grade  GPA 
90100  A+  4.3 
8589  A  4.0 
8084  A  3.7 
7779  B+  3.3 
7376  B  3.0 
7072  B  2.7 
6769  C+  2.3 
6366  C  2.0 
6062  C  1.7 
5759  D+  1.3 
5356  D  1.0 
5052  D  0.7 
049  F  0 
Week 0 Introduction, Notation, Set Theory, Counting Problems Notes for week 1. Please read the lecture notes for week 1, the readings posted for homework, and work on homework 1 so that you finish it by Friday September 13. Homework 1 

Tuesday, September 3 CLASSES BEGIN ON FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 
Wednesday, September 4 CLASSES BEGIN ON FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 
Friday, September 6 We get a head start on lecture notes for week 1. 
Week 1 Introduction, Notation, Set Theory, Counting Problems Notes for week 1. Please read the lecture notes for week 1, the readings posted for homework, and work on homework 1 so that you finish it by Tuesday September 17. 

Tuesday, September 10 Sets and subsets. 
Wednesday, September 11 Set operations, permutations, and combinations. 
Friday, September 13 We will get a head start on the notes for week 2. 
Week 2 Laws of Set Theory, Indexed Sets, Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion Please read the lecture notes for week 2, the readings posted for homework, and work on homework 2 so that you finish it by Friday September 20. Notes for week 2. The notes for week 2 have been updated on September 17. Homework 2  
Tuesday, September 17 Solutions to Homework 1 
Wednesday, September 18 
Friday, September 20 We will get a head start on the notes for week 3. 
Week 3 Mathematical Induction Homework 3 Notes for week 3. 

Tuesday, September 24 Solutions to Homework 2  Wednesday, September 25 Proofs by mathematical induction 
Friday, September 27 More proofs by mathematical induction. 
Week 4 Functions Notes for week 4. Homework 4 

Tuesday, October 1 Solutions Homework 3  Wednesday, October 2 Quiz #1 based on Homework 1, 2 and 3. 
Friday, October 4 
Week 5 Relations. Notes for week 5. Homework 5 

Tuesday, October 8 Quiz 1 solutions 
Wednesday, October 9 Solutions Homework 4. 
Friday, October 11 
Week 6 Chapter 11. Properties of the Integers Notes for week 6. Homework 6. 

Tuesday, October 15  Wednesday, October 16 Solutions Homework 5  Friday, October 18 
Week 7 Chapter 11. Properties of the Integers Notes for week 7 same as for week 6. Homework 6. 

Tuesday, October 22 
Wednesday, October 23 
Friday, October 25 MID TERM BREAK NO CLASS 
Week 8 Congruence Relations Notes for week 8 Homework 7 

Tuesday, October 29 Solutions Homework 6  Wednesday, October 30 Quiz #2 based on homework 4, 5, and 6.  Friday, November 1 
Week 9 Chapter 5. Counting, Permutations, Combinations, Binomial Coefficients. Notes for week 9. Homework 8 

Tuesday, November 5 Solutions to Quiz #2 
Wednesday, November 6 Solutions Homework 7  Friday, November 8 
Week 10 Binomial Theorem, Pascal's Triangle, Propositional Logic Notes for week 10. Homework 9. 

Tuesday, November 12 Solutions Homework 8 
Wednesday, November 13 
Friday, November 15

Week 11 

Tuesday, November 19 
Wednesday, November 20 
Friday, November 22 
Week 12 Wrap up and Review 

Tuesday, November 26 
Wednesday, November 27 Quiz #3 based on homework 7,8, and 9. 
Friday, November 29 