# Computer Science 2802, Spring 2020: Homework

All assignments are taken from the course text,
Mathematics
for Computer Science, version of June 5, 2017.
- Homework 1: handed out Jan. 22; due Jan. 27 (not Jan. 26, as
it said earlier!). Homework will always be due on Monday

- I don't usually hand out homework the first day of classes,
but this short homework should start getting you into the swing
of the course. Note that it's due
**on Gradescope** before
the beginning of class on Jan. 26 (next Monday). See
course policies and general
information for information about Gradescope.
- Read Chapters 1 and 3 (I'll assume that you know Chapter
3, and won't really cover it).
- Do the following problems:
- 1.3 (c), (a) [There's a reason I'm asking you to do (c) before (a)!],
- 1.4(a) [There are actually two problems with the proof here. One
is in how the proof is written, and the other is a more technical
bug. You should point out both problems.]
- 1.9,
- 1.14,
- 3.8,
- 3.17.

- Homework 2: handed out Jan. 27;
due Feb. 3

- Homework 3: handed out Feb. 3;
due Feb. 10

- Homework 4: handed out Feb. 10;
due Feb. 17

- Homework 5: handed out Feb. 17;
due Mar. 2

- Here are two practice prelims from CS2800 and its precursor, CS280
- Homework 6: handed out March 3;
due April 6

- Homework 7: handed out April 6;
due April 13

- Homework 8: handed out April 13;
due April 21

- Here is a practice
prelim from CS2800 (I think it was 2018, but I'm not completely sure of the year).
We have not yet covered the last 3 questions, and I suspect that
we wont get to variance, which is discussed in question 7.)
That said, the homework is probably a better guide to the prelim
than this prelim.
- Here are the solutions to the prelim.
- Homework 9: handed out April 27;
due May 4

- Homework 10: handed out May 4;
due May 12 (note that you get until 5 PM on May 12, but you can't
hand it in late.

- Here is a practice finals from CS2800:
But, as I said, if you prepare for the final, I would also encourage you
to look at the solutions for all the homework.