CMSC 250 - DISCRETE STRUCTURES
TEXTBOOK: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS: An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, by Susanna Epp; Brief Edition (530 pages), 2011. However, if you have one of the older (longer) versions, that will not be a huge inconvenience.
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HOMEWORK (Login ID and pwd are both just: 250.)
CLASS TIMES FOR LECTURE AND DISCUSSION PERIODS
EXAMS:There will be two midterms exams and a final exam. If you miss a midterm exam, it will DROPPED from your grade. THERE WILL BE NO MAKEUP EXAMS OR QUIZZES (except for officially excused absences) !!!
Thursday Oct 13 (5:30-70pm, SKN 0200)
Tuesday Nov 22 (5:30-7pm, ARM 0126)
Final Exam: Saturday Dec 17, 4-6pm (CHEM 1407 for Perlis' sections; CHEM 1402 for Hugue's section)
HONOR CODE:We take the Code of Academic Integrity and the University of Maryland Student Honor Pledge (``I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment/examination'') very seriously. For details, see Student Honor Council. Our policy is that ``authorized'' assistance includes talking together about assignments and approaches to them, but *not* writing up with assistance or collaboration on---or with access to another's---actual final materials to hand in.
EXCUSED ABSENCES:See link.
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