225_42_Kruskal_analysis

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1 Assignment #5: Available from class web page. Due  Friday Dec. 2 at the beginning of class. Final exam tutorial: Wednesday Dec. 7 at 12:00pm, Room TBA.

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2 CSC 225 Grading You collect points from assignments, the midterm and participation: ITEM REQUIRED FOR FINAL MAX POINTS Assignments- 5 10/20 = 50% 20 Midterm 25 Participation 2.5/5 = 50% 5
3 Computation of Final Grade If you get less than 50% on the assignments or 50% of the  participation marks, you cannot write the final-  your grade  is N. Otherwise: You have Q points where 22.5 ≤ Q ≤ 50.  Your final numeric grade is:      Q plus your score on the final exam      weighted so that it is out of (100 - Q).

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4 How to get an A+ in CSC 225: With 23 points: A+ 87 A 80.5 A- 74 B+ 67.5 B 61 B- 54.5 C+ 48 C 41.5 D 35 With 50 points: A+ 80 A 70 A- 60 B+ 50 B 40 B- 30 C+ 20 C 10 D 0
5 CSC 225:

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6 Minimum weight spanning tree: Put a non-negative weight on each edge.
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## This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course CSC 225 taught by Professor Valerieking during the Spring '10 term at University of Victoria.

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