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CS166: Discrete Structures
Spring 2005
CS166 is a undergraduate course covering algorithms, mathematical
induction, graphs and trees, counting methods, difference equations,
recursion, probability, and introduction to mathematical logic.
Prerequisites
CS151 or CS153, M124. Credit not allowed for both M/CS201 and M/CS166.
Textbook
Kenneth H. Rosen, Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications, 5th edition, McGrawHill (2003), ISBN 0072424346.
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What's New?
May 5
Programming homework 5 due
May 3
Written homework 8 due
April 26
Written homework 7 due
April 21
Online quiz due
April 21
Programming homework 4 due
