MAD 2104 -- Fall 2021

Lecture Times: TR 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM
Class Location: Sanson Life Sciences (SC-1) 178

Instructor: Zvi Rosen

Email address:
Office: Science Building (SE-43) 224
Office Hours:Tuesday: 2 pm - 4 pm

Most class business -- including homework and quizzes -- will be managed on the Canvas site.

Discrete Mathematics is the field of mathematics studying discrete structures like finite sets, graphs, and networks. These structures are particularly important in the study of computer science. Because the objects are relatively easy to define, they also afford us a great opportunity to explore mathematical proof-writing and logic.

From the FAU Catalog: A proof-oriented approach to and applications of propositional logic, sets, functions, relations, combinatorics, graphs and trees.

Course Syllabus:

MAS 6333 Syllabus.