- First test: Tuesday October 3rd, 9:30-10:45am

Sections from the textbook covered: 1, 2 (except proof of correctness)

This test will look like the quizzes. It will be a series of exercices taken from, or inspired from those of the textbook. Notes and textbooks are allowed.

How to review: Do exam1 of Spring 2000, except the last question (Available in HTML, PDF, Postscript, DVI, pure text and LaTeX).

Note that I design the exams to be long, and I don't necessarily expect you to finish them! Of course, the grading takes this into account.

Here is a correction. - Second test: Thursday November 2nd 2000, 9:30-10:45am

Sections covered: 3

How to review: Do the homework

Do exam2 of Spring 2000 (Available in HTML, PDF, Postscript, DVI, pure text and LaTeX).

Here is a correction. - Final exam: Thursday December 14th 2000, 8:00-10:00am, CO 219

Sections covered: 1,2,3,4,8.1 Do the final exam of Fall 1999: (Available in HTML, PDF, Postscript, DVI, pure text and LaTeX) (the correction is in the reserve in the library). or spring 2000: (Available in HTML, PDF, Postscript, DVI, pure text and LaTeX) (no correction available).You can also do the following exercises which are typical of what you will get during the final. I tried to choose exercises that are corrected in the book, so that you can check your answer on your own. Feel free to come see me for extra help.

Section 2.1, ex 39 46 p. 94.

Section 2.2, ex 20 p.107

Section 2.4, ex 69 p. 143

Section 3.1, ex 10 p. 177

Section 3.2, ex 62 p. 197

Section 3.3, ex 8 p.

Section 3.4, ex 68 p. 219

Section 3.5, ex 13 p. 226

Section 4.1, ex 15 p. 250, 20 p. 251

Section 4.2, ex 2 p 263

Section 4.4, ex 8 p 302, 24 p 304, 29,30 p 305

Here is a correction.

Computer projects MACS-358: Algebraic Structures and Discrete Mathematics Class notes

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