# AMS 301 - nodes are people and what the edges correspond...

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AMS 301.1 (Fall 2011) Estie Arkin Finite Mathematical Structures A Make sure to explain your answers! An answer such as “yes” or “20”, even if correct, will get only partial credit. Homework Set # 1 Due in class on Thursday, September 8, 2011. Recommended Reading: Tucker, 1.1, 1.2. Do Problems: 2, 4 — Section 1.1 5, 6 — Supplement II (page 43, at the end of chapter 1) 6(a,e,f) — Section 1.2 Note: When asked to “model” a question with a graph, make sure to state what the nodes correspond to (e.g.
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Unformatted text preview: nodes are people) and what the edges correspond to (e.g. pairs of people who talk to each other) in the word problem. Drawing the graph without giving this correspondence will get only partial credit. Homework Set # 2 Due in class on Thursday, September 15, 2011. Recommended Reading: Tucker, 1.3, 1.4, Supplement I (Chapter 1) Do Problems: 4 — Supplement II (page 43, at the end of chapter 1) 6 (you may ignore the hint), 8 — Section 1.3 3(f,j), 4, 7(f,i) — Section 1.4...
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