# MA0301 Elementary discrete mathematics – Spring 2020

Welcome to the course **elementary discrete mathematics**. It addresses primarily students in computer science. The central aim is to present an introduction to the basic mathematical foundations of computer science.

## Messages

- The deadline for submitting solutions of Set 12 (online) is scheduled for Friday, April 24, 4:00pm.

- The last lecture is scheduled for Monday, April 20. The last exercises classes are scheduled for April 22-24.

- Set 7 is online.

- Set 6 is online.

- Set 5 is online.

- Set 4 is online.

- Solutions Set 1 is online.

**Please note that it is required that solutions to the homework sets are submitted online via ovsys.**If you want feedback/comments, you should, in addition, hand them in at Matteland: box number 0613.

- Note: the lecture on Thursday,
**February 6**(10:15-12:00) will take place in lecture hall**S8, SBII**.

- Lecture on
**Monday 27/01**will be given by Adrian.

- Set 3 is online.

**Note**: You can deliver the exercises (before 10:30am on the indicated day) on the 3º floor of the central building, in an area called Matteland. The box number is 0613. If you want feedback on each exercise, write "want comments"/"ønsker retting", otherwise your TA will only write "godkjent"/"ikke godkjent".

- Set 2 is online.

- Set 1 is online.

- Exercises are to be handed in and will be graded (godkjent / ikke godkjent). If you want feedback on each exercise, write "want comments"/"ønsker retting", otherwise your TA will only write "godkjent"/"ikke godkjent". The exercise sets are mandatory;
**you need to pass eight (8) out of a total of twelve (12) sets in order to take the exam**. Of those 8 solution sets,**4 must be with respect to the exercise sets 1-6 and 4 must be with respect to the exercise sets 7-12**. Note that to get an exercise set approved**you are required to have solved correctly at least 70%**(providing detailed arguments/computations) and**made serious and substantial attempts at solving at least 90%**of a given exercise set. Also, you are asked to pay attention to the quality of presentation, in particular, the correctness of mathematical notation and formalism.

- 07-01-2020: Exercise groups
- Wed., 8:15-10:00, room B1
- Wed., 10:15-12:00, Galleri 4
- Wed., 12:15-14:00, room B2 (in room F3 from Jan. 29 onwards)
- Thu., 8:15-10:00, room K28
- Fri., 8:15-10:00, room K28

- 16-12-2019: The webpage is under construction. The course starts on Monday, January 6, 08:15, R5.

- Note: I plan to follow roughly the Spring 2016 lecture by I. Smit. More details will be given in the first lecture.