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1. Bureaucratic part

This part you will not be graded on, but you should do it anyway.

Send me email. My address is <aspnes@cs.yale.edu>. In your message, include:

  1. Your name.
  2. Your status: whether you are an undergraduate, grad student, auditor, etc.
  3. Whether you have ever taken a class that used Grade-o-Matic before.1

  4. Anything else you'd like to say.

2. Technical part

This part you will be graded on.

Do Exercises 1.1.28, 1.2.20, 1.3.58, 1.4.26, 1.5.12, and 1.5.48 from RosenBook. Clarification added 2004-09-13: For Problem 1.2.20, you may use truth tables instead of logical equivalences (but using the tables of logical equivalence is probably easier).

  1. Ulterior motive: The information in your email will be used to create an account for you in Grade-o-Matic. (1)

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