Math 181: A Mathematical World

Lecture C1

Fall 2012

Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois

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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.



Instuctor Contact Information:

Name Abdulla Eid
Office 155 Altgeld Hall
Office Hours MW 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Class Notes: (Scanned)




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Quiz Topic Date Solution
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


Tests Date & Time:

Test Date Time 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

Grading Policy:

Academic Integrity:

Cheating is strictly prohibited and will result in serious consequences. In particular, cheating may result in an "F" for the course and be reported to both the student's college and the Senate Committee on Student Discipline. Using of any outside materials, looking at another student's exam or using cell phones might be consider as a cheating (whether or not you get benefit from it). For more information, refer to the student code (Article 4 part 1).


Students with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations to participate in this class should see me and contact DRES as soon as possible.


If you have an illness, accident, family or other emergency that prohibits you from participating in any aspect of this course, you must have the Dean on Duty send me a letter to excuse you from your absence. You can contact the Dean on Duty at (217) 333--0050 or email: For more information go to Dean on Duty website .

The Classroom Decorum

The classroom environment should be conductive to learning by all. please no chit-chat talks during the class. Cell phones should be turned off and put away during the class.

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