Homework 4
1. Enumerate the elements of the following sets:
a. cfw_x: x is an odd positive integer less than 13
b. cfw_y: y is a positive integer that is a multiple of 4 and greater than 10 but less than
25
2. What is the cardinality of each of the follow
Homework 6
1. Determine whether each of the following functions is 1-to-1 and whether it is onto.
Assume the domain and co-domain is Z, the integers. Explain your answers.
a. f(n) = n / 2, assuming integer division
b. g(n) = 4n + 5
2. Given each of the fo
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Homework 5
1. Enumerate the elements of the following relations from the set A of positive integers less
than or equal to 10 to the set B of positive integers less than or equal to 30.
a. An element a of A is related to the element b of B if b = 3 a
b. An
Homework 2
1. Translate the following English sentences into statements of predicate calculus.
a. All programmers enjoy discrete mathematics
b. Some integers are not odd
c. Every integer that is divisible by 2 is even
d. There exists a natural number that
Homework 7
1. Calculate the number of integers divisible by 4 between 50 and 500, inclusive.
2. Hexadecimal digits are formed using either a numeric decimal digit or a letter from A to
F. How many possible digits can be chosen? Did you use the sum rule or
University of Maryland University College
CMSC 150 Introduction to Discrete Structures
Final Examination
1. (10 pts) For each the following groups of sets, determine whether they form a
partition for the set of integers. Explain your answer.
a.
A1 = cfw_n
Homework 3
1. Prove that the difference of two odd integers is even. Give a justification at each step.
2. Prove that the sum of any two rational numbers is a rational number. Give a justification
at each step.
3. Prove by contradiction that there is no g
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Dr. Ross Louis
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Public Speaking and usefulness within society:
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Journal of Law and Health
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FOOTNOTES:
n1 Bellotti v. Baird, 443 U.S. 622, 634 (1979).
n2 Amy Haddad, Ethics in Action; Ethics in Medical Emergencies; Acute Care Decisions, RN, November 1993, at 23.
n3 Id.
n4 Id.
n5 Id.
n6 Haddad, supra note 2.
n7 Id.