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Third Quiz (take-home)
Due 10 Feb 2014
You need not simplify answers provided they are expressed using only numbers, combined by
the following oper
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Tenth Quiz (solutions)
Due 14 Apr 2014
1. For each of the group codes below answer the questions: (i) What is the minimum distance
between code wor
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First Quiz, version A (solutions)
22 Jan 2014
1. A box labeled A contains 5 high-priced items, and a box labeled B contains 9 lowpriced items (all
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First Quiz, version B (solutions)
22 Jan 2014
1. A box labeled A contains 6 high-priced items, and a box labeled B contains 8 lowpriced items (all
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Fifth Quiz ver. A (solutions)
24 Feb 2014
1. For each of the following rst order recurrence relations, nd the solution that satises
the given initi
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Eleventh Quiz (solutions)
Due 23 April 2014
1. Write out the group G of rigid motions of the gure depicted below. It is a regular
hexagon with thre
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Seventh Quiz, vers. A (with solutions)
10 Mar 2014
1. The following recurrence relation has a particular solution of the form a(p) = A(3)n . Find
n
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Second Exam, version B (solutions)
19 March 2012
1. Solve the following rst order recurrence relations.
(a) an = 3an1 , n 1 ,
a0 = 4 .
Ans: an = 4(
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Final Exam, ver. B (solutions)
5 May 2014
Note: Some problems ask for the the answer in elementary form. For these you must
write your answer using
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Final Exam, ver. A (solutions)
5 May 2014
Note: Some problems ask for the the answer in elementary form. For these you must
write your answer using
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Ninth Quiz, vers. B (solutions)
4 Apr 2014
Write all answers on this sheet. (If you dont have room, you are writing too much, but
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Third Exam (version A)
25 Apr 2014
1. Let G be the group of rigid motions of a regular hexagon (see gure below). Let
be the element of G that rota
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Seventh Quiz, vers. B (with solutions)
10 Mar 2014
1. The following recurrence relation has a particular solution of the form a(p) = A(3)n . Find
n
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Practice Quiz
14 Feb 2013
1. Consider the following equation. The variables x1 , x2 , and x3 are integers that must
satisfy the given conditions.
x
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Fourth Quiz (solutions)
Due Feb 14 2014
1. Find the rook polynomial of the following chessboard. Write it as a sum of terms
consisting of numbers t
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Second Quiz (solutions)
Due 29 Jan 2014
You need not simplify your answers, but each must be expressed with numbers combined
using only addition, s
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Ninth Quiz, vers. A (solutions)
4 Apr 2014
Write all answers on this sheet. (If you dont have room, you are writing too much, but
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Eighth Quiz (solutions)
Due 17 Mar 2014
Instructions: You do not need to show work unless explicitly asked to. Write your answers
and your work on
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Second Exam, version A (solutions)
19 March 2012
1. Solve the following rst order recurrence relations.
(a) an = 5an1 , n 1 ,
a0 = 6 .
Ans: an = 6(
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Sixth Quiz (solutions)
Due 5 Mar 2014
Instructions: Please write your nal answers on this sheet and as much of your work as will t.
Additional work
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First Exam, ver. A (solutions)
17 Feb 2014
Note: Some problems ask for the the answer in elementary form. For these you must
write your answer usin
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Fifth Quiz ver. B (solutions)
24 Feb 2014
1. For each of the following rst order recurrence relations, nd the solution that satises
the given initi
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Fifth Quiz (solutions)
Due 19 Feb 2016
1. In the following equation, n is an integer and the variables x1 , x2 and x3 are integers that