Outline for Test 2 M1311 October 31 2016.docx

# Outline for Test 2 M1311 October 31 2016.docx

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Outline for Test 2 M1311 October 31 2016 There will be only four topics. 1. The conditional statement in all four varieties a. Conditional b. Converse c. Inverse d. Contrapositive e. That a. and d. are logically equivalent, as are b. and c. 2. Circuits a. Label on switch indicates condition that it is closed (current may flow) b. Changing logical statements to circuits c. Changing circuits to logical statements 3. Writing numbers in bases other than 10 a. Especially bases 2, 8, 16 b. Arithmetic in bases other than 10. i. Addition ii. Multiplication iii. Subtraction iv. Especially no division for now 4. Modular arithmetic a. Clock arithmetic i. It is now 1:15, what does the clock read 9 hours 50 minutes ago? ii. It is now 12:45 in 26 hours 40 minutes, what will the clock read? b. 17 x mod4 , x 2 8 mod13 c. Below we have detailed solutons to the examples in the book. a b mod n means n divides a b written n | a b means a b kn for some integer k . Solving modular equations. Write, stare, try. 3 x 5 mod7 3 x 7 k 5 x

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