CSE 260
SOLUTIONS TO YELLOW QUIZ 7
Spring 2007
INSTRUCTIONS: When your answer includes a product of integers, multiply them out. 1. [4 points] Suppose that we take a 52-card deck of cards and throw away all of the cards except aces, kings, queens,
CSE 260 Homework for Lecture 7
January 27, 2003
Name _
A. Problems from Epp Section 2.2
Solve the following on the back or another page: 6, 11, 12, 13
B. Translate the following from logic to English or from English to logic. Assume the same definitions a
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003
Quiz I 20 points
Name _
1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all
columns.)
[8 pts]
p
q
T
T
T
F
F
T
F
F
2. Given the premises "If Zeus is human, then Zeus is mo
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003
Quiz I 20 points
Name _
1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all
columns.)
[8 pts]
p
q
~p
~p q
pq
T
T
F
T
T
T
F
F
F
F
F
T
T
T
T
F
F
T
T
T
These two columns are
CSE 260 Exam Quiz
Name _
Use the valid argument forms (and only the valid argument forms) we discussed in class to deduce the conclusion from the
given premises. Number and label each step or deduction clearly.
PREMISES:
1. ~p q
2. r
3. ~p r
4. ~s
5. ~q
(
CSE 260
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Spring 2003, Section 2
Exam III: Combinatorics, Functions, Recurrences, Relations
Form A - Solution
April 11, 2003
Name _
Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _
Write your ID on every page of this exam.
No notes, boo
CSE 260
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Spring 2003, Section 2
Exam II: Proof Techniques and Set Theory
Form A - Key
March 5, 2003
Name _
Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _
Write your name on every page of this exam.
No notes, books, or calculators are
CSE 260
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Spring 2003, Section 2
Exam I: Logic
Form A
February 3, 2003
Name _
Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _
Write your name on every page of this exam.
No notes, books, or calculators are permitted.
Present each probl
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Problem Set III Solutions, Page 1
CSE 260.2 - Problem Set, Topic III - Solutions
Due Monday, April 7, 2003, at the beginning of class
Write up a clear solution for each of the following problems. Clarity and correctness count here, s
CSE260 Problem Set, Topic II, Solutions, Page 1
CSE 260.2 - Problem Set, Topic II 100 points - Solutions
Due Friday, February 28, 2003, at the beginning of class
Write up a clear solution for each of the following problems. Clarity and correctness count h
CSE 260.2 - Problem Set, Topic I
Due Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at the beginning of class
Partial Solution
Write up a clear solution for each of the following problems. Clarity and correctness count here, so be sure you explain
every step of your work a
CSE 260 Homework for Lecture 8
January 29, 2003
Name _
A. Problems from Epp Section 2.3
7. see back
8. see back
13. universal modus ponens
18. universal modus tollens
B. Translate the following from logic to English or from English to logic. Assume these