MATH/CSE 1019C Test 1 (Fall 2010)
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For questions 1- 17 answer TRUE or FALSE only (no partial credit!). You get 1
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1.1
MATH/CSE 1019C Test 2 (Fall 2010)
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MATH/CSE 1019C Test 1 (Fall 2010)
Last Name:
First Name:
Student Number:
The test is 90 minutes long
No aides are permitted
For questions 1- 17 answer TRUE or FALSE only (no partial credit!). You get 1
point for the correct answer, 0 points otherwise.
1.1
In the questions below P(mn) means m n, where the universe of discourse for m and
n is the set of nonnegative integers. What is the truth value of the statement?
1. nP(0n).
Ans: True
2. nmP(mn).
Ans: False
3. mnP(mn).
Ans: True
In the questions below supp
In the questions below P(m,n) means "m n", where the universe of discourse for m and n is the set of nonnegative integers. What is the truth value of the statement? 1. nP(0,n). Ans: True 2. nmP(m,n). Ans: False 3. m nP(m,n). Ans: True In the questions bel
Homework #10
Name: Yash Kapadia
Student #: 212304895
Due Date: 04/10/2014
Course: CSE/MATH 1019 Section N
Section 9.5
2.
a) Equivalence relation.
b) Equivalence relation.
c) Not an equivalence relation; not transitive.
d) Not an equivalence relation; not
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Translate these statements into English, where
R(x) is "x is a rabbit" and H(x) is "x hops" and the
domain consists of all animals.
a) x(R(x)H(x)
Ifananimalisarabbit,thenthatanimalhops.
Everyanimalisarabbitandhops.
Ifananimal
Homework #8
Name: Yash Kapadia
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Due Date: 03/20/2014
Course: CSE/MATH 1019 Section N
Section 8.1
8.
a) Let an be the number of bit strings of length n that contain three consecutive 0s.
There are an1 such strings that start with a 1.
T
Homework #9
Name: Yash Kapadia
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Due Date: 03/27/2014
Course: CSE/MATH 1019 Section N
Section 9.1
4.
a) Reflexive: No
Symmetric: No
Antisymmetric: Yes
Transitive: Yes
b) Reflexive: Yes
Symmetric: Yes
Antisymmetric: No
Transitive: Yes
c)
Homework #4
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Due Date: 02/06/2014
Course: CSE/MATH 1019 Section N
Section 2.1
6. Every set is a subset of itself; B is a subset of A; C is a subset of both A and D.
10.
a) True.
b) True.
c) False.
d) True.
e) True.
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