Discrete Struc CECS 228
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Date Created: 10/05/15
CECS 228 Discrete Structures with Computer Science Applications I REVIEW TOPICS FOR MIDTERM 1 The midterm 1 is scheduled for Thursday October 14 2004 at 530pm The midterm is a closedbook and closednotes exam and will cover the following material Chapter 1 1118 Symbols and notations on logic sets and functions Chapter 1 El Log 11 18 ic propositions propositional equivalences predicates and quanti ers Construct and break down compound propositions and predicates with or without quanti ers Convert between English sentences and propositionspredicates Identify if a given set of speci cations is consistent Solve puzzles from a set of given statements El Rules of inference for propositions and quanti ers El Sets El Fun Shui Lam Fall 2004 Rules of inference for propositional logic and for quanti ed statements Apply rules of inference in an argument Construct an argument using rules of inference to show the conclusion is valid Find all possible conclusions one can deduce from a set of statements using rules of inference Find fallacies in an invalid argument and set operations De ne a set in various notations and perform set operations Find the Cartesian product of sets and the power set of a given set Represent a set in computer programs and the corresponding operations Recognize wellknown set identities and nd out the relationship between two sets equal subset etc Prove set identities using membership tables set de nitions and known set identities ctions Recognize if a given mapping is a function Find the domain and range of a function and whether a function is 11 onto or both Given the domain and codomain and nd all possible functions that are 11 onto both and no restrictions Find composite and inverse functions Use and graph special functions including the oor and ceiling functions
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