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Unformatted text preview: es I Handout #1 understand the material and the better you will do on quizzes and exams. (self study) Labelled structures II • Section 1.1: 7, 11, 15, 17, 23, 27, D3, D6 Combinatorial Combinatorial 5 Oct 5 III.1, III.2 6 12 IV.1, IV.2 7 19 IV.3, IV.4 8 26 9 parameters FS A.III (self-study) Parameters Asst #1 Due Multivariable GFs Complex Analysis Analytic Methods FS: Part B: IV, V, VI Singularity Analysis Appendix B4 IV.5 V.1 Legend (forStanley 99: Ch. 6 question): ”type” of Nov 2 Asymptotic methods Handout #1 RE = Routine Exercise: This is something (self-study) 9 VI.1 Asst #2 Due you should be able to do in your sleep ;-). Your Sophie 10 goal is to be able to answer these questions quickly and accurately every time. These form 12 A.3/ C Introduction to Prob. Mariolys the foundations of your skill set. 18 IX.1 Limit Laws and Comb Marni TC = Time Challenge: Speed and accuracy are important factors in solving this type of 11 Random Structures 20 IX.2 Discrete Limit Laws Sophie routine exercise. Try to do these exercises within the time limit, usually 5 minutes. If you and Limit Laws FS: Part C Combinatorial 23 need more time than that, its o.k., but keep practicing! Solving these routine exercises proIX.3 Mariolys (rotating instances of discrete 12 presentations) solving more involved problems, and is essential in performing well vides a foundation for 25 IX.4 Continuous Limit Laws Marni on quizzes and exams. Quasi-Powers and 13 30 IX.5 WP = Word Problem: Translating words intoSophie expressions (also known as modeling): Master Gaussian limit laws this skill now, we will be using this all term. Asst #3 Due 14 Dec 10 Presentations CD = Concepts and Definitions: These questions relate to your understanding of the ”new language” we are introducing. They should help you remember the important definitions and theorems. CE = Concepts and Explorations: This indicates a question which is testing your understanding of the fundamentals. It is not a routine exercise since the solution process may not be obvious at first glance. It may take a little bit of thought to figure out what to do, don’t be afraid to play around with some ideas. You’ll learn more by making mistakes and taking routes which lead to dead ends. You must be able to do these types of questions to succeed Dr. Marni MISHNA, Department of Mathematics, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY Version of: 11-Dec-09 in learning this material. HL = Higher Level Understanding: This indicates a question which is testing understanding at a higher level. These questions will require more thought than a RE or CE so don’t be discouraged if you can’t see how to do this immediately. Perseverance and playing around with ideas is the key to these questions. Understanding this material at this level is an expected outcome of this course. CM = Computer of Computational Device: This indicates a question in which a computer or calculator is needed. C EDRIC C HAUVE , FALL 2013 3...
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