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Mad 2104 - Discrete Mathematics I (3).
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Student Syllabus MAD 2104 SUMMER 2009 Instructor Ahmet Emin Tatar Office MCH 219 E Office Hours M R 11 00 12 30 or by appointment E mail atatar math fsu edu Course Website www math fsu edu atatar mad2104 Prerequisites You must have passed MAC 1140 Precalculus with a C or better and must never have completed with a grade of C or better a course for which MAD 2104 is a stated or implied prerequisite It is recommended that you have also completed MAC 2311 Calculus I with Analytic Geometry Credit is not allowed for both MAD2104 and MGF 3301 It is the student s responsibility to check and prove eligibility Course Description The purpose of this course is to develop knowledge and skills in fundamental mathematical topics that are relevant to computing particularly to the systematic development of software This course is intended for computer science majors and other science majors with an interest in mathematics It is a requirement of the computer science major The topics covered in this course will include logical argument sets and functions propositional logic techniques of proof introduction to graphs and relations and applications In the text Discrete Mathematics and Its Application we will cover selected material from Chapters 1 3 4 2 7 and 8 Textbook Kenneth H Rosen Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 6th Ed Recommended Supplementary Text 1 Kenneth H Rosen Student s Solutions Guide for Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 6th Ed 2 Dr Kirby s lecture notes they can be either downloaded from the following website http www math fsu edu atatar mad2104 CourseNotesMAD2104 pdf or may be purchased bound from Target Copy Grading Grades in this course will be based on 3 assignments and 3 exams Each test and average of your assignments will make up 25 of your grade The grading scale for the course will be as follows A 90 100 B 80 89 C 70 79 D 60 69 F 0 59 Plus minus grade will be the upper lower in each grade range A grade of I will not be given to avoid a grade of



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