Welcome to the Summer 2020 iteration of CIS 160!

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- Decipher and manipulate mathematical notation for sets, functions, operations, and relations, as applied to discrete modeling of computational problems.
- Construct informal but rigorous mathematical proofs.
- Apply combinatorial techniques to counting problems that arise in computation.
- Build discrete probabilistic models for random processes and behaviors that arise in computation.
- Apply graph theory to modeling problems that can be solved with computational methods.

Your final grade will consist of:

- 30% - Exam 1
- 30% - Exam 2
- 25% - Homework
- 10% - Recitation Participation
- 5% - Interactive Session Participation

Please read the collaboration policy in detail.

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.