DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Fall, 2017 = Mr. Burrow

Assignments / Lessons

- Tuesday, January 9 = Review for semester tests
- Monday, January 8 = Review for semester tests (Graph theory and Polar coordinates)

- Friday, January 5 = Review for Semester Tests (Logic)
- Thursday, January 4 = Go over vector test
- Monday, January 3 = Perennial Math - January

- Thursday, December 21 = TEST: Vectors
- Wednesday, December 20 = Christmas bingo
- Tuesday, December 19 = Review for TEST THURSDAY (Part 2)
- Monday, December 18 = Review for TEST THURSDAY

- Friday, December 15 = Worksheet: Vector Review
- Thursday, December 14 = Finish previous assignment
- Wednesday, December 13 = Perennial Math Questions
- Tuesday, December 12 = Page 736: 2 - 5, 7 - 8
- Monday, December 11 = Worksheet: Cross-Products

- Thursday, December 7 = Notes on 3-D vectors and cross product
- Wednesday, December 6 = Page 723: 1 - 4, 6, 7, 9, 5
- Tuesday, December 5 = Finish previous assignment
- Monday, December 4 = Worksheet: Dot Products

- Friday, December 1 = Notes on Dot Product and Orthogonal Vectors
- Thursday, November 30 = Page 715: 1 - 9, 11 and Worksheet: Vector and Parametric Equations
- Wednesday, November 29 = Finding unit vectors
- Tuesday, November 28 = Go over previous assignment; notes on parallel vectors
- Monday, November 27 = Finish previous assignment

- Tuesday, November 21 = NO CLASS - Memorial mass
- Monday, November 20 = Page 710: 1 - 10, 14, 15

- Friday, November 17 = Notes on matrix addition and subtraction/resultant
- Thursday, November 16 = Go through previous assignment; Worksheet: Navigation
- Wednesday, November 15 = NO CLASS - ITEDs
- Tuesday, November 14 = P. 704: 1 - 15
- Monday, November 13 = Notes: Introduction to Vectors

- Friday, November 10 = TEST: Polar Coordinates
- Thursday, November 9 = Review for test tomorrow
- Wednesday, November 8 = Worksheet: Review of Polar Coordinates
- Tuesday, November 7 = Worksheet: Strange Polar Graphs
- Monday, November 6 = Perennial Math competition questions

- Thursday, November 2 = Worksheet: More Polar Graphs
- Wednesday, November 1 = Go through previous assignment
- Tuesday, October 31 = Worksheet: Polar Graphs
- Monday, October 30 = Notes on classes of polar graphs

- Friday, October 27 = Exploring Polar Graphs
- Thursday, October 26 = Worksheet: Polar Coordinates
- Wednesday, October 25 = NO CLASS - Mass in Bancroft
- Tuesday, October 24 = Notes on polar arithmetic; worksheet: polar intro
- Monday, October 23 = Notes on polar coordinates; worksheet on polar points

- Friday, October 20 = Test: Graph Theory
- Thursday, October 19 = Review for test TOMORROW
- Wednesday, October 18 = Review worksheet on graph theory
- Tuesday, October 17 = NO CLASS (Retreat)
- Monday, October 16 = o Page 679: # 1 – 9, 11, Page 688: #15, P. 693: #17, P. 697: #29 – 30

- Friday, October 13 = Worksheet: Markov Chains
- Thursday, October 12 = Notes on Markov Chains
- Wednesday, October 11 = Worksheet: Minimal Spanning Trees
- Tuesday, October 10 = Notes on Minimal Spanning Trees
- Monday, October 9 = Worksheet: More Graph Theory

- Friday, October 6 = P. 661: 23; P. 645: 4, 5, 7 - 10, 14
- Thursday, October 5 = Worksheet: Scheduling and Probability Graphs
- Wednesday, October 4 = Catholic Choral Day - Work on quiz bowl set-up
- Tuesday, October 3 = Notes on Scheduling and Probability Graphs
- Monday, October 2 = Worksheet: Eulet Paths & Circuits

- Friday, September 29 = P. 653: 1, 3, 7, 10, 12, 13; P. 666: 1, 2, 4 - 10, 12
- Thursday, September 28 = Notes on Euler graphs
- Wednesday, September 27 = Work on Graph theory worksheets
- Tuesday, September 26 = Worksheet: Graph Theory; Start 2nd worksheet

- Friday, September 22 = Homecoming Mass
- Thursday, September 21 = Notes on Graph Theory
- Wednesday, September 20 = TEST: Formal Logic
- Tuesday, September 19 = Review for test tomorrow
- Monday, September 18 = Worksheet: Chapter 1 Review

- Friday, September 15 = Other kinds of reasoning
- Thursday, September 14 = Page 46: 1, 2, 4 - 7, 10 - 13; P. 59: 1 - 3, 5 - 16
- Wednesday, September 13 = Notes on invalid reasoning
- Tuesday, September 12 = Notes on biconditionals; notes on valid reasoning
- Monday, September 11 = P. 37: 1 - 5, 7 - 10, 13 - 19

- Friday, September 8 = Finish previous assignment; notes on conditional statements
- Thursday, September 7 = Worksheet: Masters 1-1 - 1-3
- Wednesday, September 6 = P. 22: 1 - 10, 12 - 14, 16, 18
- Tuesday, September 5 = Notes on AND and OR

- Friday, September 1 = Page 15: 1 - 8, 11 - 18, 21
- Thursday, August 31 = Page 9: 1 - 9, 11 - 14, 16 - 18, 22, 27
- Wednesday, August 30 = More on basic logic
- Tuesday, August 29 = Finish Accuplacer Questions, Notes on Logic (Statement, Existential, Universal)
- Monday, August 28 = More Accuplacer Questions

- Friday, August 25 = More Accuplacer Questionss
- Thursday, August 24 = Accuplacer Sample Questions
- Wednesday, August 23 = Introduction to Class - NO ASSIGNMENT

- Syllabus (.pdf/Acrobat)