CISC102: Discrete Mathematics for Computing I 
(Winter 2019) 
Name  Day  Time 
Jacqueline Heaton  Monday  11:30  13:30 
Meggie Hodgson  Monday  14:30  16:30 
Rebecca Hisey  Tuesday  10:30  12:30 
Yao Kundi  Tuesday  13:30  15:30 
Leo Toueg  Wednesday  10:30  12:30 
Monday  9:3010:30 
Wednesday  8:309:30 
Thursday  10:3011:30 
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 1 Introduction, Notation, Set Theory, Counting Problems Notes for week 1. 

Monday, January 7 Please read the lecture notes for week 1, the readings posted for homework, and work on homework 1 so that you finish it by next Monday. Homework 1 
Wednesday, January 9 
Thursday, January 10 
Week 2 Laws of Set Theory, Indexed Sets, Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion Notes for week 2. 

Monday, January 14 Solutions Homework 1 Homework 2 
Wednesday, January 16 I have updated the notes for week 2 and reposted them today. 
Thursday, January 17 We completed the notes for week 2, and move on to the notes for week 3. 
Week 3 Mathematical Induction Notes for week 3.  
Monday, January 21 Homework 3 Solutions Homework 2 
Wednesday, January 23 
Thursday, January 24 
Week 4 Functions Notes for week 4. 

Monday, January 28 Solutions Homework 3 Homework 4  Wednesday, January 30 
Thursday, January 31 
Week 5 Relations Notes for week 5. 

Monday, February 4 Solutions Homework 4 Homework 5  Wednesday, February 6 
Thursday, February 7 Quiz 1 is based on homework 1, 2, 3, and 4. The quiz will be held in two separate rooms, our classroom Kingston Hall room 201, and also in the Humphrey Hall auditorium. Check your Queen's email for a message informing you which room to go to. The quiz runs from 10:3011:20. Please arrive a bit early so that we can start the quiz at 10:30 sharp. Late comers run the risk of not being admitted into the room. No calculators, scrap paper, or anything other than pen, pencil, and/or erasers are permitted for this quiz, or any of the others. 
Week 6 Integers, Primes Notes for week 6. 

Monday, February 11 Solutions Homework 5. Solutions to Quiz #1 Homework 6 
Wednesday, February 13 
Thursday, February 14 
READING WEEK 

Monday, February 18 READING WEEK No Class.  Wednesday, February 20 READING WEEK No Class.  Thursday, February 21 READING WEEK No Class. 
Week 7 Congruence Relations, Counting. Notes for week 7. 

Monday, February 25 Solutions Homework 6 Homework 7 
Wednesday, February 27 
Thursday, February 28 
Week 8 Principles of Counting, The Binomial theorem Notes for week 8. 

Monday, March 4 Solutions Homework 7 Homework 8 
Wednesday, March 6  Thursday, March 7 Quiz 2 is based on homework 5, 6, and 7. The quiz will be held in two separate rooms, our classroom Kingston Hall room 201, and also in the Humphrey Hall auditorium. The quiz runs from 10:3011:20. Please arrive a bit early so that we can start the quiz at 10:30 sharp. Late comers run the risk of not being admitted into the room. No calculators, scrap paper, or anything other than pen, pencil, and/or erasers are permitted for this quiz, or any of the others. 
Week 9 Binomial Coefficients. Fibonacci numbers. Notes for week 9. 

Monday, March 11 Homework 9 Solutions Homework 8 Solutions to Quiz #2 
Wednesday, March 13  Thursday, March 14 
Week 10 Propositional Logic Notes for week 10. 

Monday, March 18 Homework 10. Solutions Homework 9 
Wednesday, March 20 
Thursday, March 21

Week 11 Methods of Mathematical Proof Notes for week 11. (Please see Patterns of Proof Tom Leighton, and Marten Dijk. 6.042J Mathematics for Computer Science, Fall 2010. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT OpenCourseWare), http://ocw.mit.edu (Accessed 18 Nov, 2015). License: Creative Commons BYNCSA ) 

Monday, March 25 Solutions Homework 10 I have attached a copy of a sample final exam for practice. I will go over the solutions next Monday. 2014 Final Exam 
Wednesday, March 27 
Thursday, March 28 Quiz 3 is based on homework 8, 9, and 10. The quiz will be held in two separate rooms, our classroom Kingston Hall room 201, and also in the Humphrey Hall auditorium. The quiz runs from 10:3011:20. Please arrive a bit early so that we can start the quiz at 10:30 sharp. Late comers run the risk of not being admitted into the room. No calculators, scrap paper, or anything other than pen, pencil, and/or erasers are permitted for this quiz, or any of the others. 
Week 12 Wrap up and Review 

Monday, April 1 2014 Final Exam Solutions Solutions to Quiz #3 
Wednesday, April 3 
Thursday, April 4 