CISC102: Discrete Mathematics for Computing Ihttp://www.cs.queensu.ca/home/akl/102/2022W/2022W.html 
(Winter 2022) 
The course will run remotely in the first six weeks of the 2022 Winter Term, with the hope of returning to an inperson format after Reading Week, on February 28, 2022. For further details, concerning lectures and Teaching Assistants office hours, please consult the OnQ page for CISC 102 Winter 2022
Teaching assistants will all hold their office hours remotely during the first six weeks of classes (see OnQ page for details).
Name  Day  Time 
Shreyansh Anand  Monday  10:00  11:30 
Shreyansh Anand  Tuesday  1:00  2:30 
Connor Colwill  Monday  4:00  5:30 
Connor Colwill  Wednesday  4:00  5:30 
Reid Moffatt  Tuesday  2:30  4:00 
Reid Moffatt  Wednesday  2:30  4:00 
Mustafa Tariq  Tuesday  4:00  5:30 
Mustafa Tariq  Friday  4:00  5:30 
Classes will be held remotely in the first six weeks of the 2022 Winter Term (for details, see the OnQ page for the course).
It is expected that classes will be held in the Etherington Hall Auditorium (also know as ETHER AUD), starting March 1, 2022. You can get detailed instructions to find the classroom here.Tuesday  8:309:20 
Wednesday  10:3011:20 
Friday  9:3010:20 
1. Test 1 worth 22%
2. Test 2 worth 22%
3. Test 3 worth 22%
4. Test 4 worth 22%
5. Test 5 worth 12%
The tests will be scheduled as follows:
Test 1: Friday, January 28.
Test 2: Friday, February 11.
Test 3: Friday, March 4.
Test 4: Wednesday, March 23.
Test 5: Wednesday, April 6.
Please note: Tests 1 and 2 will be held remotely. For details, you are advised to consult the OnQ page for CISC 102 Winter 2022. There you will find an important message from your Head TA explaining how remote tests will be conducted.
It is expecyted that tests 3, 4, and 5 will be held in our assigned classroom, Etherington Hall Auditorium, during our usual class time. Please try to arrive a bit early so that we can begin the test at the usual start time of the class: 9:30 a.m. for a test scheduled on a Friday, and 10:30 a.m for a test scheduled on a Wednesday.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 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, January 14. Notes for week 1. Homework 1 

Tuesday, January 11 Sets and subsets. 
Wednesday, January 12 Set operations, permutations, and combinations. 
Friday, January 14 Solutions to Homework 1 
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, January 21. Notes for week 2. Homework 2  
Tuesday, January 18 
Wednesday, January 19 Review 1 
Friday, January 21 Solutions to Homework 2 
Week 3 Mathematical Induction Notes for week 3. Homework 3 Sample test 1 

Tuesday, January 25  Wednesday, January 26 Sample test 1 solutions 
Friday, January 28 Test Number 1 (on material up to and including Homework 2) 
Week 4 Functions Notes for week 4. Homework 4 

Tuesday, February 1 Solutions to Homework 3  Wednesday, February 2 
Friday, February 4 Solutions to Homework 4 
Week 5 Relations. Notes for week 5. Homework 5 Sample test 2 

Tuesday, February 8 
Wednesday, February 9 Sample test 2 solutions 
Friday, February 11 Test Number 2 (on material up to and including Homework 3) 
Week 6 Chapter 11. Properties of the Integers Notes for week 6. Homework 6. 

Tuesday, February 15  Wednesday, February 16 Solutions to Homework 5  Friday, February 18 
Week 7 Chapter 11. Properties of the Integers Notes for week 7 same as for week 6. Homework 6 Sample test 3 

Tuesday, March 1 
Wednesday, March 2 Sample test 3 solutions 
Friday, March 4 Test Number 3 (on material up to and including Homework 5) 
Week 8 Congruence Relations Notes for week 8 Homework 7 

Tuesday, March 8 Solutions to Homework 6  Wednesday, March 9  Friday, March 11 
Week 9 Chapter 5. Counting, Permutations, Combinations, Binomial Coefficients. Notes for week 9. Homework 8 Sample test 4 

Tuesday, March 15 
Wednesday, March 16 Solutions to Homework 7  Friday, March 18 Sample test 4 solutions 
Week 10 Binomial Theorem, Pascal's Triangle, Propositional Logic Notes for week 10 Homework 9 

Tuesday, March 22 Solutions to Homework 8 
Wednesday, March 23 Test Number 4 (on material up to and including Homework 7) 
Friday, March 25

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 ) Sample test 5 

Tuesday, March 29 Solutions to Homework 9 
Wednesday, March 30 
Friday, April 1 
Week 12 Wrap up and Review 

Tuesday, April 5 Sample test 5 solutions 
Wednesday, April 6 Test Number 5 (on material up to and including Homework 9) 
Friday, April 8 
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