0316-notes - CPSC 121 Lecture 27 March 16, 2009 Menu March...

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Unformatted text preview: CPSC 121 Lecture 27 March 16, 2009 Menu March 16, 2009 Topics: Review for In-class Quiz 2 Set Theory (introduction) Reading: Today: Epp 5.1 Reminders: In-class (30 minute) Quiz 2 Wednesday, March 18 one (2-sided) 8.5 11 reference sheet allowed On-line Quiz 10 deadline 9:00pm March 17 Sample Quiz 2 posted solutions posted to Sample Solutions area of the course WebCT site READ the WebCT Vista course announcements board Lab 7 starts week of March 1620 Review for In-class Quiz 2 The second in-class quiz will be next class, Wednesday, March 18. The material covered is cumulative in that you will need prior knowledge from earlier in the course to answer the questions. But, the focus is on designing and critiquing inductive proofs and on analyzing sequential circuits (like the one you worked on in Lab 6). As with in-class quiz 1, the quiz will be 30 minutes long. You may bring one 8 . 5 11 sheet of paper for reference and no other aides besides pencil or pen (particularly: NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES! ). The reference sheet must include your name. There are no other restrictions on its content, but write/print large enough to read (no magnifying glasses!). If you want a reference to the typical forms of inductive proofs, write it on your sheet!...
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0316-notes - CPSC 121 Lecture 27 March 16, 2009 Menu March...

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