Discrete Mathematics, by S. Washburn, T. Marlowe, and C. Ryan.
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(Very) Tentative Schedule
Week 1 (August 25 - August 29). Introduction
Week 2 (September 1 - September 5). Factorials, Binomial coefficients,
Week 3 (September 8 - September 12). Induction
Week 4 (September 17 - September 21). Induction and Sets
Week 5 (September 22 - September 26). Sets and set operations
Week 6 (September 29 - October 3). MIDTERM 1 Recursion and integer sequences
Week 7 (October 6 - October 10). Recursion and integer sequences
Week 8 (October 13 - October 17). Modular arithmetic
Week 9 (October 20 - October 24). Modular arithmetic and Counting
Week 10 (October 27 - October 31). Counting
Week 11 (November 3 - November 7). Functions and relations
Week 12 (November 10 - November 14). Proof and logic
Week -- (November 17 - November 21). MIDTERM 2 Proof and logic
Week 13 (November 24 - November 28). Fall Break
Week 14 (December 1 - December 5). Intro to graph theory
Week 15 (December 8 - December 12).
Finals Week (December 13 - December 18). December 15, 4:30-7:00pm.