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CSCI 2030 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Homework #1 (1) Do the following exercises from the textbook. (2) Check your answers with the answers provided by the text book (3) Mark each answer with a “” if it is correct, and a “X” if it is incorrect (4) For the problems with incorrect answers, redo the problems in new sheets of paper (WORD doc), show the steps towards getting the correct answers. (5) Turn in all your initial and corrected sheets of paper (WORD doc). There will be no points taking off for those problems you did wrong initially but corrected with right answers. (6) NOTE: Show every step of your answer – This is where points will be taken off if you do not show the steps necessary for the solutions of the problems. (7) Fill in the following table and turn in along with your submission Total (approximate) time spent on the assignment Total (approximate) time for the correction part Problems and difficulties encountered Reflections (good and bad) on the assignment Any comments and suggestions Chapter 1 1.1. p.13-17: 1, 7, 11(c, e, f, h), 13(b, d, f), 17(a, c, e), 23(a, c), 33(a, c, f), 35(b, d, f), 47 1.3. p.38-39: 3, 7(b, d), 11(a, c, e), 27, 29, 39(a, c) 1.4. p.56-60: 3, 7, 9(a, c), 11(b, d, f), 13, 19(a, c, e), 25(b, d, f), 29 (a, c), 41(b, d), 55 1.5. p.68-71: 5(b, d, e, f), 11(b, d, f, h), 15(d, e, f, g), 19(a, d), 27(b, d, f, h), 33(a, c, e) 1.6. p.82-84: 3(a, c, e), 13, 23 1.7. p.95-96: 7, 9, 19, 29 1.8. p.113-114: 11, 21, 23, 33CSCI 2030 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Homework #2 (1) Do the following exercises from the textbook. (2) Check your answers with the answers provided by the text book (3) Mark each answer with a “” if it is correct, and a “X” if it is incorrect (4) For the problems with incorrect answers, redo the problems in new sheets of paper (WORD doc), show the steps towards getting the correct answers. (5) Turn in all your initial and corrected sheets of paper (WORD doc). There will be no points taking off for those problems you did wrong initially but corrected with right answers. (6) NOTE: Show every step of your answer – This is where points will be taken off if you do not show the steps necessary for the solutions of the problems. (7) Fill in the following table and turn in along with your submission Total (approximate) time spent on the assignment Total (approximate) time for the correction part Problems and difficulties encountered Reflections (good and bad) on the assignment Any comments and suggestions Chapter 2 2.1. p.131-133: 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 41, 45 2.2. p.144-145: 3, 13, 21, 25, 29, 41, 53, 57(a, c) 2.3. p.161-163: 1, 3, 7, 9, 15(a, c, d), 19, 23, 31, 45, 53 2.4. p.177-179: 3, 9(a, c, e), 13(a, c, e, g), 17(b, d, f), 25(a, d, g), 29(a, d), 33(b, d) 2.5. p.186-187: 3, 11, 21CSCI 2030 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Homework #3 (1) Do the following exercises from the textbook. (2) Check your answers with the answers provided by the text book (3) Mark each answer with a “” if it is correct, and a “X” if it is incorrect (4) For the problems with incorrect answers, redo the problems in new sheets of paper (WORD doc), show the steps towards getting the correct answers. (5) Turn in all your initial and corrected sheets of paper (WORD doc). There will be no points taking off for those problems you did wrong initially but corrected with right answers. (6) NOTE: Show every step of your answer – This is where points will be taken off if you do not show the steps necessary for the solutions of the problems. (7) Fill in the following table and turn in along with your submission Total (approximate) time spent on the assignment Total (approximate) time for the correction part Problems and difficulties encountered Reflections (good and bad) on the assignment Any comments and suggestions Chapter 3 3.1. p.214-215: 9, 19, 29 3.2. p.228-229: 3, 7, 25, 27 3.3. p.242-243 3, 15(a, b, e, f) Chapter 4 4.1. p.258-259: 13(a, c, e, g), 27, 35, 43 4.2. p.269: 3, 7, 21(a, c) 4.3. p.288-289: 3(a, c, e), 17(b, d), 31CSCI 2030 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Homework #4 (1) Do the following exercises from the textbook. (2) Check your answers with the answers provided by the text book (3) Mark each answer with a “” if it is correct, and a “X” if it is incorrect (4) For the problems with incorrect answers, redo the problems in new sheets of paper (WORD doc), show the steps towards getting the correct answers. (5) Turn in all your initial and corrected sheets of paper (WORD doc). There will be no points taking off for those problems you did wrong initially but corrected with right answers. (6) NOTE: Show every step of your answer – This is where points will be taken off if you do not show the steps necessary for the solutions of the problems. (7) Fill in the following table and turn in along with your submission Total (approximate) time spent on the assignment Total (approximate) time for the correction part Problems and difficulties encountered Reflections (good and bad) on the assignment Any comments and suggestions Chapter 5 5.1. p.350-352: 3, 11, 23, 41 5.2. p.362-3363: 3, 5 5.3. p.378-380: 3(b, d), 7, 23, 37 5.4. p.391: 9, 13 Chapter 6 6.1. p.415-418: 1, 3, 11, 29, 41, 51 6.2. p.426: 3, 7, 11 6.3. p.435-436: 3, 5, 11, 15, 21, 29 Chapter 8 8.1. p.536-537: 3, 7, 11 8.5. p.584: 1, 3, 7, 13 Chapter 9 9.1. p.608-610: 3, 9, 23, 31, 47 9.2. p.619: 1, 7 9.3. p.626-627: 1, 3, 7, 9, 19, 23CSCI 2030 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Homework Optional (Will not be collected and graded) Chapter 12 12.1. p.854: 1, 3, 5, 9, 25 12.2. p.858: 3, 7,


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