MATH2800 Introduction to Discrete Structures
Sections 14.
Spring 2011
Instructor:
Teaching Assistant:
Grades
through Quiz 9 and Exam 3, for students who took all three exams.
Includes the advance grade prior to quiz 10.
The inclusion of quiz 10 will cause the advance grade to rise by up to 1 point.
Sorted by the advance grade.
Course outline.
Includes office hours, grading scheme, policy for makeup exams,
and other details.
Course schedule
including the dates of the quizzes and exams.
Homeworks:
The homeworks contain lists of the sections covered in the quizzes.
Quizzes:
Exams:
As you would expect, no collaboration is permitted on the quizzes, exams or the
final exam.
 Exam 1, including the solutions.
 Exam 2, including the solutions.
 Exam 3, now including the solutions.
 Final Exam:

More information
including time, place, and coverage.

A summary of Chapter 8 prepared by a former TA.

The Final Exam from Fall 2009.
Here are the
solutions, with an updated solution to question 4.
The mean on this exam was 85%, the median was 87%,
the standard deviation was 11, and the range was from 56% to 100%.

The Final Exam from Fall 2008,
along with its
solution.
The mean on this exam was 77%, the median was 78%,
the standard deviation was 13, and the range was from 20% to 100%.

The Final Exam from Fall 2007,
along with its
solution.
The mean on this exam was 71.1%,
the high and low scores were 93% and 3% respectively,
the standard deviation was 15%,
and the median was 73%.

The Final Exam from Spring 2007.
The mean on this exam was 68.33%,
the high and low scores were 96%
and 29% respectively,
and the standard deviation was 14.60.
The
solutions
are available;
here is a
corrected solution to question 2(a).
You should work the exam before looking at the solutions!

Review questions for the final from
Prof Dave Schmidt.
Notes:
Handwritten scanned copies of my notes from Spring 2007 (pdf files):
MathZone Companion Website:
The companion website to the text is at
http://www.mhhe.com/rosen
This site contains extra examples and demonstration applets, as well as other
material.
Other Resources: