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Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Final Examination Fall 2011
CSE230: Discrete Mathematics
Total Marks: 140
Time Allowed: 3 hours
There are SIX (6) Questions in this Question Paper.
Answer all Questions, in

CSE 230 Fall 2011
Quiz 1
1. Let p and q be the following propositions
p: I bought a ticket to the movies
q: I will not be home this Friday
Express each of these propositions as an English sentence
a. ~p
b. p OR q
c. p AND q
d. p -> q
e. ~p -> ~q
2. Constr

CSE 230 Fall 2011
Quiz 2
1. Let P(x) be the statement "x can speak Russian" and let Q(x) be the statement "x
knows the computer language C+." Express each of these sentences in terms of
P(x), Q(x), quantifiers, and logical connectives. The domain for quan

CSE 230 Fall 2011
Quiz 6
1. Each morning Sheldon Cooper has to decide what to wear to work. His choices are 3
shirts, 8 t-shirts, and 2 suits. After getting ready, Sheldon has the choice of taking a ride
from Leonard, Howard, Raj or Penny. After getting t

Course Number: CSE 230
Course Title: Discrete Mathematics
Final Examination
Summer 2015
Marks: 180
Time: 150 Minutes
There are FIVE questions in this exam.
Answer ALL questions, in any order, number questions properly.
Finish all parts of a question at on

Course Number: CSE 230
Course Title: Discrete Mathematics
Midterm Examination
Summer 2015
Marks: 150
Time: 90 Minutes
There are EIGHT questions in this exam.
Answer ALL questions, in any order, number questions properly.
Finish all parts of a question at

Course Number: CSE 230
Course Title: Discrete Mathematics
Summer 2015
Quiz 8
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1. (10 points) A group of 4 people (A,B,C,D) are being positioned for a photograph. If the
photographer places them randomly in a row, what is the prob

Course Number: CSE 230
Course Title: Discrete Mathematics
Summer 2015
Quiz 2
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1. (20 points) Translate the quantified propositions given below to English. Clearly state
any assumptions you have to make in the process. The domain

Course Number: CSE 230
Course Title: Discrete Mathematics
Summer 2015
Quiz 1
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1. (10 points) Question 1 relates to the inhabitants of the island of knights and knaves.
You encounter two people, A and B. Determine, if possible, wh

Math 218 Spring 2010
Homework 4 Solutions
Section 1.5
Note: For #10 I have written out the solutions in more detail than you would be required to give.
10) For each of these sets of premises, what relevant conclusion or conclusions can be drawn? Explain t