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CSE 101, Winter 2012 Lecture 1 Notes Class URL: http://vlsicad.ucsd.edu/courses/cse101-w12/
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Notes January 10 (1) • Moodle Quiz #1 ONLY allows “re-tries” before final submission. In subsequent quizzes, your first submitted answer counts! • There are TWO discussion sections. You can attend either. Attendance at discussion is recommended but not required. • Please do not fall behind in this course; it moves fast! – Give your best effort, and do the work you will certainly pass – Average grade-point in this class, historically, is ~2.9 • Please understand that basics from your discrete math courses are assumed (counting, probability, solving recurrences, proving (by induction, by contradiction, …), etc.) • Why I don’t use chalk: really bad (skin) allergy to chalk dust – I have tried pretty much every workaround over the past 20+ years • Why not “peer instruction” (with clickers, etc.)? • If you have any problems, questions, suggestions – contact me ASAP ! – In particular, if you have suggestions for making the course better, please tell me !
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Notes January 10 (2) • There was a (n,m) reversal in the gcd (Euclid) example, starting on Slide 14. All the proofs are correct (with m < n
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course ECE 101 taught by Professor Siegel during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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cse101-w12-Notes-Lecture1 - CSE 101, Winter 2012 Lecture 1...

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