Mathematics 222a: Discrete Mathematics I
- Bulletin Board
- The solutions to the second midterm are now
- Detailed solutions to both versions of quiz 2 are now available.
- You might be interested in the Department of Mathematics
Undergraduate Seminar Series, affectionately referred to the
- Solutions to the first midterm are
- A list of tutors has now been posted.
- Solutions for the first quiz are available below.
- An errata page (in Portable Document Format (.pdf) ) is being
updated regularly--see the link below. PDF files may be viewed and
printed with Adobe Acrobat, freely available
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- Fermat's last theorem was finally proven in 1993/94 by Andrew Wiles
For important work that followed from Wiles breakthrough, see this article
on the full
- Neither of the two midterm exams will be cumulative, but the final
exam will be cumulative. However, the exams will be designed in
such a way that each third of the course will have the same weight.
Accordingly, the final exam will be weighted more on the material
covered since the second midterm.
- Exam Policy: A mark of 0 will be automatically recorded in the
event that a test or exam is missed without PRIOR arrangements having been
made. The schedule of midterm exams is shown on the course outline.
Please check it now for any conflicts with your other activities.
- Course Outline.
- List of Recommended Exercises.
- Errata for Volume I, Fifth Edition, in PDF format.
- Solutions to 2001 quizzes and exams.
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