Pretty easy, overall.
In CISC 102, you learn simple discrete mathematics. For most of students, this course is definitely a bird course to boost your GPA. There's no assignment need to hand in and there will be 4 exams during the semester, which takes up 68%(17% each). If you do well in the exams , you will already pass this course before taking the final. David Rappaport is a great prof whose class is really inspiring. You will find yourself enjoy this course.
I learned simple mathematics including Set Theory, Counting Problems, Laws of Set Theory, Indexed Sets, Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion, Mathematical Induction, Product sets, Relations, Functions, Properties of the Integers, Integers, Primes, G.C.D., L.C.M.,GCD, LCM, Congruence Relations, Counting, Propositional Logic, Propositional Logic, Methods of Mathematical Proof. In overall, mathematical proof is best part of the course because it gives you a very strong and simple way to proof mathematical statements.
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Advice for students:
1) Use the course website, it includes the ppt used in the lectures. 2) Review ppt after class. 3) Do every homework carefully, they're very useful review resources for exams.