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 Reading Material: Chapter Relation  Exercise 1417
Unit 20
Task 1: Read the following:
 Operations on Binary Relations
 Closures of Binary Relation
These materials can also be found in Textbook 6.1 and 6.4.
Task 2: Do the following exercises: These exercises are NOT homework questions. They are for helping you understand the materials of this unit.
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 Reading Material: Chapter Relation  Exercise 1822
Unit 21
Task 1: Read the following:
 Equivalence Relation
 Order Relation (Partial, Total, and Quasi Orders)
These materials can also be found in Textbook 6.5 and 6.6.
Task 2: Do the following exercises: These exercises are NOT homework questions. They are for helping you understand the materials of this unit.
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 Reading Material: Chapter Relation  Exercise 2328
Unit 22
Task 1: Read the following:
 Order Relation (Minimal Element and the rest)
These materials can also be found in Textbook 6.6.
Task 2: Do the following exercises: These exercises are NOT homework questions. They are for helping you understand the materials of this unit.
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 Reading Material: Chapter Relation  Exercise 2931
Unit 23
Task 1: Read the following:
 Definitions on Function
 Growth of Functions
These materials can also be found in Textbook 1.6 and 1.8.
Task 2: Do the following exercises: These exercises are NOT homework questions. They are for helping you understand the materials of this unit.
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 Reading Material: Chapter Function  Exercise 39
Unit 24
Task 1: Read the following:
 Growth of Functions (Calculation of BigOh Relation)
These materials can also be found in Textbook 1.8.
Task 2: Do the following exercises: These exercises are NOT homework questions. They are for helping you understand the materials of this unit.
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 Reading Material: Chapter Function  Exercise 1014
Week 
Units to Study 

1 
Unit 1, Unit 2 
2 
Unit 3, Unit 4 
Submit Homeworks 1, 2 
3 
Unit 5, Unit 6 
4 
Unit 7, Unit 8 
Submit Homeworks 3, 4 
5 
Unit 9, Unit 10 
6 
Unit 11, Unit 12 
Submit Homeworks 5, 6 
7 
Unit 13, Unit 14 


TEST : Unit 3  Unit 12 inclusive 
8 
Unit 15, Unit 16 
Submit Homeworks 7, 8 
9 
Unit 17, Unit 18 
10 
Unit 19, Unit 20 
Submit Homeworks 9, 10 
11 
Unit 21, Unit 22 
12 
Unit 23, Unit 24 
Submit Homeworks 11, 12 

EXAM : Unit 3  Unit 24 inclusive 
Readings
 Course Reading Material
 Textbook: Kenneth H. Rosen, Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications, 6th edition, McGrawHill Science/Engineering/Math, 2006, ISBN 9780073312712.
Reference
 Task Force on Computing Curricula. Computing Curricula 2001: Computer Science, Final Report, December 2001. Available at http://www.sigcse.org/cc2001/
 Discrete Mathematical Structures, 5th edition, by B. Kolman, R.C. Busby, and S.C. Ross, published by Prentice Hall, 2004.
 Mathematical Structures for Computer Science, 5th edition, by J.L. Gersting, published by Freeman, 2003.
 Essential Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science, by T. Feil and J. Krone, published by Prentice Hall, 2003.
 Discrete Mathematics for Computing, by R. Haggerty, published by Addison Wesley, 2002.
 Discrete Structures, Logic, and Computability, 2nd edition, by J.L. Hein, published by Jones and Bartlett, 2002.
 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Scientists, by J. Truss, published by Addison Wesley, 1999.
 Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd edition, by S. Epp, published by Brooks/Cole, 2004.
 Discrete Mathematics with Proof, by E. Gossett, published by Prentice Hall, 2003.
 Discrete Mathematics, 5th edition, by K.A. Ross and C.R.B. Wright, published by Prentice Hall, 2003.
 Discrete Mathematics, 4th edition, by J.A. Dossey, A.D. Otto, L.E. Spence, and C.V. Eynden, published by Addison Wesley, 2002.
 Mathematics: A Discrete Introduction, by E.R. Scheinerman, published by Brooks/Cole, 2000.
 Discrete Mathematics, by S. Washburn, T. Marlowe, and C.T. Ryan, published by Addison Wesley, 1999.
 Discrete Mathematics with Graph Theory, 2nd edition, by E.G. Goodaire and M.M. Parmenter, published by Prentice Hall, 2002.
 Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics, 5th edition, by R.P. Grimaldi, published by Addison Wesley, 2004.
 Discrete Mathematics with Combinatorics, 2nd edition, by J.A. Anderson, published by Prentice Hall, 2004.
 Discrete Mathematics: Numbers and Beyond, by S. Barnett, published by Addison Wesley, 1998.
Policy on cheating
The instructor will put a great deal of effort into helping students to understand and to learn the material in the course. However, the instructor will not tolerate any form of cheating.
The following behaviour will be regarded as cheating (together with other acts that would normally be regarded as cheating in the broad sense of the term):
 Copying assignments
 Allowing another student to copy an assignment from you and present it as their own work
 Copying from another student during a test or exam
 Referring to notes, textbooks, etc. during a test or exam
 Talking during a test or an exam
 Not sitting at the preassigned seat during a test or exam
 Communicating with another student in any way during a test or exam
 Having access to the exam/test paper prior to the exam/test
 Asking a teaching assistant for the answer to a question during an exam/test
 Presenting another’s work as your own
 Modifying answers after they have been marked
 Any other behaviour which attempts unfairly to give you an advantage over other students in the gradeassessment process
 Refusing to obey the instructions of the officer in charge of an examination.