# Leonard M Lipshitz

**MA 37500, Spring 2019**

**Book:**

Discrete Mathematics and Applications,

**7th Edition**

Kenneth H. Rosen

McGraw Hill

The course will cover most of the material in the following sections of the book:

4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 5.1, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 7.1, 7.2, 7.4, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 11.1, 11.2, 11.5 (not necessarily in that order)

**Lectures:**

TuTh 9:00 - 10:15 REC 123

**Office Hours (MATH 722):**

Tuesday | 12:00 - 12:45 |

Wednesday | 4:00 - 5:00 |

**Grading:**

HW | 25% |

2 midterms | 40% (20% + 20%) |

Final | 35% |

**Homework:**

Assigned every day, due at the beginning of class on Thursdays unless otherwise announced

**Homework 1, Due Thursday, January 10**

Section 5.1, page 329, problems 6,8,24,51,54

If you don't have the book, click here:

**Homework 1.**

**Homework 2, Due Thursday, January 17**

Section 8.5, page 557, problems 6,12,20

Section 4.2, page 255, problems 29,32

**Homework 3, Due Thursday, January 24**

Section 4.3, page 272, problems 12,23,30,36,43

Section 4.4, page 284, problem 32

Classes are cancelled on Wednesday, January 29. I plan to hold my Wednesday office hour as usual, but don't put your life in danger to come and ask a question. If you need extra time for the homework you can ask questions in class on Thursday and put your homework in my mailbox (in MATH 835) by noon on Friday.

**Homework 4, Due Thursday, January 31**

Section 6.1, page 396, problems 6, 32,40,46,50

Section 6.2, page 405, problems 6,10,40

Section 6.3, page 413, problems 20,22,24,32

**Exam 1 in class Thursday February 7**on all the material through Section 6.3. I will review in class on Tuesday February 5.

All homework problems are good review. Also all examples that I did in class.

Here are some additional review problems. It is too much to do all of them, but make sure that you understand

**how**to do them. The answers are at the back of the book.

Section 5.1 problems 5,7,11,25,37,57,67

Section 8.5 problems 3,11,13,15

Section 4.2 problem 3

Section 4.3 problems 11,33,41

Section 4.4 problems 21,23

Section 6.1 problems 33,41,47,49,53

Section 6.2 problems 11,13,15

Section 6.3 problems 19,25,31

Office Hours Wednesday February 6, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

**Homework 5, Due Thursday, February 14**

Section 6.4, page 421, problems 21,22, 28,31,38

Section 6.5, page 432, problems 10,18,20,24

**Homework 6, Due Thursday, February 21**

Section 6.5, page 432, problems 44,46,50,54,62

Section 7.1, page 451, problems 14,19,28,30,32,36,38

Section 7.2, page 466, problems 10,12,18

**Homework 7, Due Thursday, February 28**

Section 7.2, page 466, problems 24,26,30,34,38

Section 7.4, page 492, problem 6

**Homework 8, Due Thursday, March 7**

Section 7.4, page 492, problems 8,10,12,16

Section 8.1, page 510, problems 8,9,14,21,28

Section 8.2, page 524, problems 4,22

**Spring break March 11 - 15**

**Exam 2 in class Thursday March 21 on sections 6.3 - 8.2**

The exam does not require a calculator. You may bring a simple one line calculator to use on the exam. Other electronic devices will not be allowed.

**Review for Exam 2**The following exercises are good review. Answers are in the back of the book. Don't do all of them (there are too many), but check that you

**know how**to do all of them.

Section 6.3, page 413, problems 11,13,15,17,19,21,23,31

Section 6.4, page 421, problems 15,21,25,29,31,33

Section 6.5, page 432, problems 11,13,15,17,19,27,31,39,43,65

Section 7.1, page 451, problems 29,31,33,35,37

Section 7.2, page 466, problems 3,5,9,11,13,19,23,25,27,29,35

Section 7.4, page 492, problems 11,13,25

Section 8.1, page 510, problems 11,13,17,27

Section 8.2, page 525, problems 25,27

Exam 2 cutoffs:

A 45

B 36

C 27

Median 30

Solutions are available on Blackboard.

**Homework 9, Due Thursday, March 28**

Section 8.2, page 524, problems 24,26,28

Section 8.4, page 549, problems 35,36

**Homework 10, Due Thursday, April 4**

Section 10.1, page 649, problems 13,16

Section 10.2, page 665, problems 26a-d,42,48,52,54

Section 10.3, page 675, problems 16,20,30,40,42,46

**Homework 11, Due Thursday, April 11**

Section 10.4, page 689, problems 14,24,30,46,56,64

Section 10.5, page 703, problems 22,28,30,34,42,62

Section 10.6, page 716, problem 4

**Homework 12, Due Thursday, April 18**

Section 10.7, page 725, problems 6,7,8,20,24,30,32

Section 10.8, page 732, problems 1,2,6

Section 11.5, page 802, problem 8

**Final Exam Tuesday, April 30, 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. LWSN B151**

All homework problems, all examples done in class, and the two midterms are good review for the final. Solutions to the midterms are on Blackboard.

Some more review problems on the last half of the course:

**Review1**

Some more review problems on the earlier half of the course:

**Review2**

You may bring a simple one line calculator to use on the exam. Other electronic devices are not allowed.

Purdue University strives to make learning experiences accessible to all participants. If you anticipate or experience physical or academic barriers based on disability, you are encouraged to contact the Disability Resource Center by e-mail at drc@purdue.edu or by phone 765-494-1247.

In this course accomodations are managed by the instructor, the student and the DRC Testing Center.

You should see the instructor either before class, after class, or during office hours to share your Accommodation Memorandum for the current semester and discuss your accomodations as soon as possible

**Office hours during finals week Monday 3:30 - 5:00**Purdue University strives to make learning experiences accessible to all participants. If you anticipate or experience physical or academic barriers based on disability, you are encouraged to contact the Disability Resource Center by e-mail at drc@purdue.edu or by phone 765-494-1247.

In this course accomodations are managed by the instructor, the student and the DRC Testing Center.

You should see the instructor either before class, after class, or during office hours to share your Accommodation Memorandum for the current semester and discuss your accomodations as soon as possible