- Instructor: Richard Kohar
- Email: richard DOT kohar ATSYMBOL rmc DOT ca
- Office: SSS03
- Local: x 6093
- Office Hours: Monday 4:00 pm — 6:00 pm

- The course outline can be found here.

## Announcements

- 09/12/2016 — Livestream #3: Random variables and probability distributions (a review)
- 08/12/2016 — Livestream #2: Counting, and basic probability (a review)
- 07/12/2016 — Livestream #1: Logic, arguments, and set theory (a review)
- 06/12/2016 — LiveStream on YouTube going through an old final exam. Click here.
- 01/11/2016 — Here is a video of an example of counting paths on a grid.
- 21/10/2016 — Here is a list of recommended problems on counting from Basic Discrete Mathematics. A copy is on reserve at the library.
- 11/10/2016 — There is no quiz on Friday, 14 October 2016.
- 29/09/2016 — Test 1 is approaching. Material that will be tested will be on assignments 1, 2, 3, and 4.
- 16/09/2016 — We viewed a clip from Monty Python’s Flying Circle: Argument Clinic.
- 09/09/2016 — The book that I mentioned in class,
*The Proof is in the Pudding*by S. G. Krantz can be read online through SpringerLink. (Note that you must be using an RMC IP address to access it.)

## Schedule

- Test 1: Friday 7 October (in class)
- Test 2: Monday 14 November (in class)

## Assignments

- Assignment 1. Quiz: 16 September 2016. Solution.
- Assignment 2. Quiz: 23 September 2016. Solution.
- Assignment 3. Quiz: 30 September 2016. Solution.
- Clarification on Assignment 3 was requested.
- Question 1 should read: 1. Tan Appendix A, page 593. Problems 1,2,3,4,8,9,15,16. Problems 2 and 4 should be proven using the laws of inference. The remainder can be proven by truth table.
- Question 3 should read: 4. Tan Appendix A, page 593. Problems 17, 18. Use truth tables to show validity of arguments. Question 25 was there, but it is the same as question 4 on the assignment.

- Clarification on Assignment 3 was requested.
- Assignment 4. Test: 7 October 2016.
- Assignment 5. Quiz: 21 October 2016.
- Assignment 6. Quiz: 28 October 2016.
- Assignment 7. Quiz: 4 November 2016.
- Assignment 8. Quiz: 11 November 2016.

## Recommended Problems

None at the moment.

## Videos

- LiveStream on YouTube going through an old final exam. Click here.
- Livestream #1: Logic, arguments, and set theory (a review)
- Livestream #2: Counting, and basic probability (a review)
- Livestream #3: Random variables and probability distributions (a review)
- Videos of some of the exercises have been uploaded to Youtube. Click here to see the playlists.

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