Prof. D. Nassimi, CS Dept., NJIT, 2015
Classes of Recurrences
Module 8: Classes of Recurrence Equations
Reading from the Textbook:
Chapter 7 Recurrences
Introduction
In the last module, we studied sev
CS 631 _ DBMS 5
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CS 241-001, Fall 2009, Exam 1
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
Name:
First
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1. (a) (10 pts) Let A = cfw_1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10 and B = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8. Determine each of the
follow
CS 241-001, Fall 2009, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
Name:
First
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1. (a) Use simple algebraic manipulations to prove the following sum is O(n2 log n).
n
S(n) =
(k log k)
k=2
CS 241, Spring 2013, Exam 1
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 2 Hours)
Exam Distribution
Students: 37
90 s
5
80 s
8
70 s
6
60 s
2
50 s
5
40 s
7
30 s
0
< 30
4
High: 100
Median: 70
Average: 64
1. Use
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CS 632 Advanced Database Systems
Test #1
Dr. H. Assadipour
1. What isthe output of the following program, given table X?
Table X:
ASQUARE ACUBE
DBMS_0UTPUT:
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somenumber n
chapter
6
The Relational Algebra and
Relational Calculus
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n this chapter we discuss the two formal languages for
the relational model: the relational algebra and the
relational calculus. In contrast,
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Permutations & Combinations
Module 9: Counting Methods, Permutations, and Combinations
Reading from the Textbook:
Chapter 6 Counting Methods
Introduction
The cou
MATH 333: Probability and Statistics
Spring 2017 Course Syllabus
NJIT Academic Integrity Code: All Students should be aware that the Department of Mathematical Sciences
takes the University Code on Ac
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Mgmt 390 Principles of Business
Dr. Barbara Tedesco
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If you are planning to open a professional practice or wou
CS332 Operating System
Instructor: Dr. Lay
Email:
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Office Hours: By appointment only (EMAIL).
Course Content: Organization of operating systems covering structure, proc
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Mgmt 390 Principles of Business
Dr. Barbara Tedesco
Overview and Relevance of Project
The term project links what you have learned in the course to managing your c
CS 241, Sect 002
Course Syllabus
Spring 2017
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Foundations of Computer Science I
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Foundations I
Insertion Sort
Spring 2017
Study Module 6 (Analysis of Algorithms)
This is a simple programming assignment to implement inserti
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Foundations I
Towers of Hanoi
Spring 2017
Study Module 7 (Recursive Algorithms)
This is a simple programming assignment involving recursion.
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Joe works for a company where the IT department charges him for the number o
CS 241-001, Fall 2009, FINAL
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 2.5 Hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. Consider the following pseudocode.
GRADE
Mystery (int n) cfw_
if (n = 1)
cfw_Printline (Hello from the bo
CS 241-001 Fall 2007, FINAL EXAM
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 2 Hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. Find the exact solution of the following second-order linear recurrence.
Fn =
8Fn1 15Fn2 , n 2
0,
n=0
2
CS 241-001, Fall 2007, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
Number of students who took the exam: 18
Median = 48
Grades:
0, 10, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 30, 43 52, 52, 54, 60, 62, 70, 70,
CS 241, Fall 2013, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 1.5 hours)
Exam Grades Distribution
Median = 80
100 90 s 80 s 70 s 60 s 50 s 40 s Tot stud
5
5
8
7
2
6
3
36
Performance Statistics on Each
CS 241, Fall 2013, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 1.5 hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. Prove the following polynomial is (n3 ).
P (n) = 8n3 20n2 + 50n + 100
(a) Prove O(n3 ):
GRADE
1
/20
2
/20
3
3 aaz
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Prof. David Nassimi (Time: 1.5 Hours) First Last
1. Use algebraic method to prove each of the following set equality. I g
(a)
(AnB)U(An§)=A
CS 241
Homework 4
Dr. David Nassimi
Foundations I Due: Week 8, Thur March 13
Spring 2014
Chapter 3: Functions, Sequences, and Relations
1. Consider the following sets of ordered pairs.
(a) S1 = cfw_(1
CS 241
Homework 1
Dr. David Nassimi
Foundations I Due: Week 3, Thurs Feb. 6
Spring 2014
Chapter 1: Sets
1. Let A = cfw_1, 3, 5 and B = cfw_2, 3, 4. Determine each of the following sets.
AB
AB
AB
B