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March 19, Friday
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April 7, Wednesday
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Instructor: Dr. Drost
Room: Smith Hall 516 Times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:00-3:50 P.M
Office: Smith Hall 742C Phone: 696-3043 E-mail: drost@marshall.edu
Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2 3 P.M, Monday, Wednesday 4-5 P.M or by appointment
Text: Discrete Mathematical Structures (6th edition) by Kolman, Busby, and Ross
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Tests: There will be three 50 minute tests at approximately five-week intervals worth 100 points each.
In addition, there will be a comprehensive final worth 150 points. This will be on Monday, May 3, at 3:00.
Attendance: Each Friday (if we aren t having a test), I will give a quiz from the book. This will be graded and returned to you, with the total quiz grade being worth 50 points. I shall also assign homework, which will not be collected but which should be a source for your questions at the beginning of class.
Attendance is strongly encouraged; we cover a great many topics, most of which are new to you. If you miss a class, get the notes from a classmate and any homework assigned from me. A missed exam will count 0 points if not made up.
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