CS280-Midterm-Review - Countability Functions Basic notions...

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CS 280 Midterm Review
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Announcements Midterm Postponed to Monday, 11/12 Covers up to and including HW #5 (number theory) Homework #5
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Logic Propositional Logic / Predicate Logic Know the notation/terminology Meanings of operators Translating to and from English Know how to write a proof Presentation Equivalences, inference rules
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Proof Techniques Proof by contradiction Proof by contraposition Existence proof Uniqueness proof Counterexamples Induction Weak, strong, structural Structuring your proof
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Sets Know the notation and terminology Union, intersection, Cartesian product etc. Proving theorems in set theory
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Unformatted text preview: Countability Functions Basic notions One-to-one Onto Inverse Composition Know the basic properties of the common functions Floor, ceiling, exponential, logarithm etc. Growth Rates Big-O notation Big- notation Big- notation Sequences/Summations Know the basics Arithmetic progressions Geometric progressions Number Theory Modular arithmetic and congruences Basic properties Finding the GCD, LCM Basic properties Euclids algorithm Linear congruences Chinese Remainder Theorem Fermats Little Theorem...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2010 for the course CS 32 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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