Welcome to the Fall 2016 iteration of CIS 160!

If you're new here, take a look through our Getting Started Guide to get you bootstrapped into the course!

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We have a course Piazza page. If you are enrolled in the class, you should have received an invitation already to join.

Most questions should be directed to Piazza. However, if you need to get in contact with the course staff for an urgent matter, please email us at cis160-16fa-staff@googlegroups.com.

The course will cover at least some of the following topics (not necessarily in this order and not all-inclusive). See lectures for additional information.

- Set Theory
- Combinatorics
- Probability
- Relations and Functions
- Proofs
- Graph Theory
- The Pigeonhole Principle

Grading will be weighted with the following breakdown:

- 25% - Homeworks
- 5% - Recitation Attendence
- 20% - Midterm 1
- 20% - Midterm 2
- 30% - Final

The lowest Monday homework score and the lowest Wednesday homework score will be dropped.

For all of the assignments, there is a strict policy on collaboration. There is no collaboration on the homework assignments at all.

Any violation of this policy will be dealt with severely.

There is no required or recommended textbook for this course. A textbook that can be referred to for extra reading is ''Mathematics: A Discrete Introduction'' by E. A. Scheinerman.