# MATH210 Section 11 and Section 30

### Discrete Mathematics I

### Spring 2015

## Meeting Time and Place

#### Section 11

MWF 12:20-1:10 Gore Hall (GOR) Room 219 (40 times)

#### Section 30

R 12:30-1:20 Willard Hall Education Building (WHL) Room 116 (13 times) (Priya Chakraborty)

## Instructor

#### Andrew Novocin

Office Hours: MW 3-4:30 in 430 Smith or by appointment (I'm usually around)

Priya is in Ewing 116 T 12-1 and R 11-12

Email: andynovo@udel.edu

Priya Email: priyach@udel.edu

## The superpowers that I intend to grant to my students:

- The ability to reason logically
- The ability to convince yourself and others that a statement is true
- The ability to guide yourself through advanced mathematical material (without losing confidence)
- The ability to communicate mathematical concepts
- The ability to understand and utilize the following set of tools:
- Basic Logic
- Basic Set Theory
- Mappings / Discrete Functions
- Basic Number Theory
- Induction and Recursion
- Basic Combinatorics
- Basic Graph Theory

## Your opportunities for feedback (Rough %-age of your evaluated Grade)

- 30-35 Daily Challenges (8%)
- 5 HW Sets (Done with a partner) (12%)
- 3 Midterm Tests (16% each)
- 1 End of term Final Exam (22%)
- 12 Discussion Challenges (10%)
- 37 Lectures with problem pauses (0%)

## Textbook

**Discrete Mathematics with Graph Theory** 3rd Edition by Edgar Goodaire and Michael Parmenter

## Rough Calendar

- Every day: ungraded daily challenge (I will drop 3 without question)
- Every discussion: discussion challenge (I will drop 1 without question)
- HW1 due March 2nd
- Test1: March 6th
- HW2 due March 23rd
- Spring Break implies No classes: March 30, April 1, April 3
- HW3 due April 10th
- Test2: April 10th
- HW4 due April 22nd (4.4, 4.5, 6.1, 6.2)
- HW5 due May 6th (Chapters 7, 9)
- Test3: May 8th
- HW6 due May 18th (Chapters 10, 12, 8)
- Final Exam: May 22nd 1-3pm GORE 219