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My office is WWH and I’ll soon figure out some office hours. You can e-mail me or I’m also on Facebook if that’s your preference.

I started in July, but I’ve been around the block a few times. My Ph.D. is from Harvard in 2000, I spent three years at Rutgers, the last five years at Harvard.

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750 on SAT Math, 4 on AB, 3 on BC, C in V63.0009, or our test.

Precalculus is not a hoop to be jumped through on the way to calculus (“I already took that”), but a set of essential tools which enable doing the problems of calculus.

Practice problems: do them, don’t turn them in.

Graded problems: turn them in. a sample will be graded.

No late homework! Please keep up.

Drop the lowest 1 in computation of final grade

Work together, write up your own work

- 1. V63.0120 Discrete Mathematics Spring 2009
- 2. Goals
- 3. Professor Matthew Leingang leingang@cims.nyu.edu WWH 718, 8-3107
- 4. Get to Know Indiana
- 5. Get to Know Indiana
- 6. Get to Know Indiana
- 7. Get to Know Indiana “The Crossroads of America”
- 8. Topics
- 9. B C A (a) A ∩ (B ∪ C) = A ∩ (B ∪ C) (b) A ∪ ( Set Theory Diagram proof of Theo Figure 5.5: Venn
- 10. Algorithms
- 11. Number Theory
- 12. Probability
- 13. Recurrence
- 14. Graph Theory
- 15. Course Business
- 16. Prerequisites
- 17. Homework
- 18. Quizzes and Exams
- 19. Grades 93 A 90 A- HW 10% 87 B+ Midterm I Final 20% 83 B 40% 80 B- Midterm II 75 C+ Quizzes 20% 10% 65 C 50 D
- 20. Book
- 21. Questions
- 22. We are here to help

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