MATH 2320(M)_TEST #1 WINTER 2016_
YORK UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT OF MAT EMATICS AND STATISTICS
MATH 2320 3.0, WINTER 2016
DISCRETE MATHE TICAL STRUCTURES
ST #1
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Student ID.
Instructions:
Mathematics 2320 Discrete Mathematics Final
Examination
April 10, 2013
Instructions: Do all problems. Present your solutions in the accompanying booklet in
the order that they appear on this paper. No notes, crib sheets or books are allowed.
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MATH 2320 Discrete Mathematics
Fall 2011
Assignment #4
Instructions
Answer each question completely; justify your answers.
This assignment is due at 17:00 on Thursday October 20th in Assignment Box #23.
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Mathematics 2320 Discrete Mathematics
MidtermExamination II
November 18,2013
Instructions: Do all problems. Present your solutions in the accompanying booklet in
the order that they appear on this paper. No notes, crib sheets or books are allowed.
A calcu
MATH 2320 Discrete Mathematics
Fall 2011
Assignment #1
Instructions
Answer each question completely; justify your answers.
This assignment is due at 17:00 on Thursday September 22nd in Assignment Box #23.
The following symbols will be used to represent
Mathematics 2320 Discrete Mathematics
MidtermExamination
October 21 2013
Instructions: Do all problems. Present your solutions in the accompanying booklet in
the order that they appear on this paper. No notes, crib sheets or books are allowed.
A calculato
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
YORK UNIVERSITY
COURSE OUTLINE
MATH 2320 3.0 A, FALL 2014
DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES
Section A M, 7-10 pm, CLH J
Text book: Discrete Mathematics and Its Application by Rosen, McGraw-Hill, 7th edition.
Instruc
MATH 2320, DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES
WINTER 2015
FINAL EXAM SYLLABUS
Chapter 3 (Growth of functions).
Section 3.2. Growth of functions. The Big-O notation, Big-O estimates for the
sum and product of functions, the Big- and Big- notations, the orde
MATH 2320 Discrete Mathematics
Fall 2011
Assignment #6
Instructions
Answer each question completely; justify your answers.
This assignment is due at 14:00 on Thursday November 3rd in Assignment Box #23.
1. Find integers q and r with 0
r < |b| such that
MATH 2320 P
QUIZ #2a
March 11, 2003
SOLUTIONS
1. (6 marks) Consider the following list of sets:
, cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, cfw_5, 6, 7, 8, cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, (0, 1), N, Q, R, R I,
where I is the set of irrational numbers.
(a) Identify three sets in the li
MATH 2320 M
QUIZ #2a
March 10, 2003
SOLUTIONS
1. (6 marks) Determine whether each of the following sets is nite, or innite countable,
or innite uncountable. You need not justify your answer.
(a) The set of even integers.
Answer: Innite countable.
(b) The
Answer on Question #60947 Math Analytic Geometry
Question
A line can either lie on a plane, lie parallel to it or intersect it.
a) Determine, if there is one, the point of intersection between the line given by the equation:
5
2
=
1
1
=
15
and the plane g
MCV4U1-UNIT NINE-LESSON FOUR
Lesson Four: The Intersection of Three Planes
There are EIGHT ways that three planes can intersect.
Method: Examine the normals to narrow down the number of possibilities.
CASE I.
NO NORMALS PARALLEL
Solution is .
-a point (Th
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
YORK UNIVERSITY
MATH 2320 3.0 , FALL 2014
DISCRETE MATHEMATICALS STRUCTURES
Test #2 (Monday, November 24, 2014)
Instructor: Dr. Igor Poliakov
Name (print) Student I. D.
Instructions:
1. This is a closed-book Test.
Solutions to rst homework assignment
Section 3.1
14. a) With linear search we start at the beginning of the list, and compare 7
successively with 1 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 8 ,9 , and 11 . When we come to the end of the list and
still have not found 7 , we concl
MATH 2320 Discrete Mathematics
Fall 2011
Assignment #2
Instructions
Answer each question completely; justify your answers.
This assignment is due at 17:00 on Thursday September 29th in Assignment Box #23.
1. Let a, b, u and v be integers such that u = 0
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
YORK UNIVERSITY
MATH 2320 3.0 , FALL 2014
DISCRETE MATHEMATICALS STRUCTURES
Test #1 (Monday, October 20, 2014)
Instructor: Dr. Igor Poliakov
Name (print) Student I. D.
Instructions:
1. This is a closed-book Test.