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# lecture-01 - CS313K Logic Sets and Functions J Strother...

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CS313K: Logic, Sets, and Functions J Strother Moore Department of Computer Sciences University of Texas at Austin (Lecture 1) 1

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Syllabus http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/moore/classes/cs313k 2
The Last Real Lecture This will be the last real lecture you get from me! The typical class will be you ask me questions I ask you questions (via iClicker quizzes) I talk about whatever your answers bring to mind 3

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Read the Book “Lecture! Then ask questions!” – Anonymous “You can’t ask questions about things you haven’t talked about.” – Anonymous 4
Read the Book! You are supposed to have read the assigned material before class . This is not high school. Read the material before class. I’m here to answer your questions, not read to you. 5

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Why Do We Study logic? sets? functions? 6
How do you know your programs are right? What does “right” even mean? If you’re building a bridge, putting a satellite into orbit, or balancing a beam you can use algebra and calculus to calculate whether your plan will work. 7

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Proposition 6 : Commensurable magnitudes are in equilibrium at distances reciprocally proportional to the weights. Archimedes m 1 m 2 x 1 x 2 m 1 × x 1 = m 2 × x 2 .
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