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I201 Mathematical Foundations of Informatics

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Instructor Instructor: Saúl Antonio Blanco Rodríguez (Saúl Blanco) Email: [email protected] Office location: Info West 307A Lead UI: Jordan Hannon. He should be your main point of contact TAs and the instructor have regular office hours. Check canvas for the times and location.
Why I201? How can we think logically about how to solve problems? How can we explain our solutions to others? How can we prove that our solutions are correct? In this class we will be justifying our answers and we care about being able to articulate why some statements are true/false. We will write these reasons! You’ll develop the skills to teach yourself anything.

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Course Outline We will study: Unit 1 - Logic and proofs Unit 1 - Sets and functions Unit 1 – Relations Unit 2 - Algorithms Unit 2 - Number theory Unit 2 - Induction and recursion Unit 3 – Graph theory
Textbook Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications Kenneth H. Rosen 7 th edition (non-international, ISBN-13: 978-0073383095) Amazon Link: - Seventh/dp/0073383090/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1471920298&sr=8- 1&keywords=discrete+math

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Grading Exams (3) (50%) CH1 – CH 2, 9.1-9.2, handouts (Unit 1) CH3 – CH 5, handout (Unit 2) CH10, CH 11 (Unit 3) Homework (15%) Individual, graded for correctness and due at the beginning of most labs. Partial credit is given when applicable. This is to be submitted electronically through canvas as ONE pdf file. Emails with HW won’t be accepted. Lab (25%) Lab quizzes/tasks Class Participation (10%)
Comment Cards = Participation! Your Name CAT# Meaningful answer to questions 28 CATs = 100% participation grade. PLTL attendance gives you extra credit!

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Labs •Labs cover the same topics as the Homework due that day. •If there is no HW due in a given week, there is no quiz, but there IS a lab (except for Fall Break and Thanksgiving break). •The lab task is a time for you to practice similar problems to those appearing in the quiz. •If you do not attend the Lab you will receive a 0 for the Quiz. Exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis and follow the standard attendance policies. •If the absence is excused, you should arrange for a make-up quiz. Documentation is required, and make ups need to be taken the following week.
Policies Attendance, Documentation, & Absences Absences are excused by prior arrangement Coursework is still due even if absences are excused (you can email HW to your Tas provided you give documentation) Keep your graded work in case there is a dispute! You have only ONE week to dispute a grade Any grade complain needs to be brought up within a week after getting it back.

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