This is the webpage for section C1 of Math 181, A Mathematical World. We will use in this course the textbook, For All Practical Purposes: Mathematical Literacy In Today's World. 9th ed, W.H. Freeman and Company.
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|Quiz 1||Cahpter 1: Euler Circuits||Sept 5 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 2||Section 2.1, 2.2,2.3: Hamiltonian Circuits||Sept 12 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 3||Section 2.4,8.1,8.2: Mininum Spanning Tree and Probabilities||Sept 19 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 4 (Take Home)||Chapter 9: Voting Systems||Due Oct 3 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 5||Chapter 10: Manipulablitiy of Voting Systems||Oct 3 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 6||Chapter 11: Weighted voting Systems||Oct 10 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 7||Sections 11.3,11.4: Banzhaf Index and Comparing Voting Systems||Oct 17 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 8||Sections 16.4: Illinois Driving License Number||Oct 31 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 9||Sections 16.4: Identification Numbers||Nov 7 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 10||Sections 17.4: Cryptography||Nov 14 , 2012||Solution|
|Quiz 11||Sections 17.5: Logic 1||Dec 5 , 2012||Solution|
|Exam 1||Friday, September 28 , 2012||10:00 AM - 10:50 AM||Solution|
|Exam 2||Friday, Octomber 26 , 2012||10:00 AM - 10:50 AM||Solution|
|Exam 3||Friday, November 30 , 2012||10:00 AM - 10:50 AM||Solution|
|Final||Monday, December 17, 2012||8:00 AM - 11:00 AM|
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