Problem Solving and Computing (CSC-103 98S)

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Outline of Class 1: Introduction

Held: Tuesday, January 20, 1998

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About this Class

What is are mathematics and computer science?

Why study them?

How should we study them?

Getting Started on the HPs

See the handout.

Administrative Details

See the handouts in the course web.

Introduction to Problem Solving

Problems

Our main focus is problem solving, so we'll spend the rest of the class working in small groups on solving problems. There are two sets of problems. One set is more mathematical. The other set is more oriented towards computing. Don't worry if you can't finish any of the problems; today's class is intended to get you started working on them.


On to Algorithms
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