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Unformatted text preview: CS107, Prof. Steinberg, f10 Lecture 01 CS107: Computing for Math CS107: Computing for Math and Science and Science Instructor: Prof. Tomasz Imielinski Office: TBD email: imielins@cs.rutgers.edu Office hours: by appointment TAs: Kwak Saehoon CS107, Prof. Steinberg, f10 Lecture 01 CS107: Computing for Math CS107: Computing for Math and Science and Science Course will use the computer for communication and instruction as much as possible CS107, Prof. Steinberg, f10 Lecture 01 Class Web Pages Class Web Pages Sakai: cs 107, Spring 2011 Sakai: cs 107, Spring 2011 Announcements Posting grades Chat room Etc. You are assumed to know anything posted. CS107, Prof. Steinberg, f10 Lecture 01 What is CS107? What is CS107? A course about using computers Aimed at majors in Math and Science After this class you should know Methods for using the computer that will be useful for mathematicians & scientists Some key ideas in computer science CS 107 does not prepare you to take further courses in the CS Dept. CS107, Prof. Steinberg, f10 Lecture 01 Prerequisite Prerequisite Calc I 640:135 or 151 or 153 or 191 Grade of C or better No previous programming experience is assumed We will assume you do know how to use a mouse, web browser, etc. CS107, Prof. Steinberg, f10CS107, Prof....
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