This is the web page for CS 202: Mathematical Tools for Computer Science for the Fall 2008 semester. Here you can find pointers to various resources for students taking the course. You should check this page periodically for new announcements.
1. Final exam
The final exam was given Friday, 2008-12-19, starting at 9:00 am in WLH 208. It was a closed-book test covering all material discussed during the semester. Solutions: final-2008-solutions.pdf. Exam without solutions: final-2008.pdf.
Semester grades are now available in Grade-o-Matic. Thank you all for your hard work in the course. I hope you have a great break!
/Assignments/FinalExam solutions are now available. Graded finals will be available outside AKW 401 on Monday.
/Assignments/HW10/Solutions are now available.
/Assignments/HW09/Solutions are now available.
/Assignments/HW08/Solutions are now available.
/Assignments/HW10 is now available.
A clarification and a correction have been added to the third question on /Assignments/HW09.
There was an error in the first question on /Assignments/HW09. It has now been fixed.
/Assignments/HW09 is now available.
/Assignments/HW07/Solutions are now available.
/Assignments/HW08 is now available.
3. Mean assignment grades
Mean is average of all assignments turned in. Max is the maximum possible grade.
name | mean | max --------------+------+----- Homework 1 | 17.6 | 25 Homework 2 | 16.3 | 25 Homework 3 | 25.3 | 30 Homework 4 | 22.2 | 32 Homework 5 | 20.0 | 30 Midterm Exam | 57.9 | 80 Homework 6 | 22.1 | 30 Homework 7 | 24.1 | 30 Homework 8 | 23.2 | 30 Homework 9 | 21.2 | 25 Homework 10 | 19.4 | 25 Final Exam | 72.3 | 100
/Schedule: list of lectures and events. Includes reading assignments and pointers to lecture notes.
/Assignments: list of homeworks and exams.
/Notes: notes on various topics relevant to the course.
Jim Aspnes (<firstname.lastname@example.org>, http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/aspnes/). Phone: 432-1232. Office: AKW 401. See calendar below for open office hours. You can also send me email to make an appointment.
Lev Reyzin (<email@example.com>). Phone: 432-7037. Office: AKW 412. See calendar below for open office hours.
For details of what topics are covered in each lecture, see /Schedule.
7. Questions and comments
Please feel free to send questions or comments on the class or anything connected to it to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.