Problem Solving and Computing (CSC-103 98S)

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# Outline of Class 6: Even More Problem Solving

Held: Thursday, February 5, 1998

• Be prepared to answer a question on what you learned about problem solving.
• This is not a good semester for me getting grading done. William (my two-year-old) was up much of the night, which meant that I got little done last night and little done this morning. Perhaps I'll still be able to get some stuff to you today (I'm writing this in the morning).
• I forgot to collect your solutions to problem set two. Please turn those in if you haven't done so.
• I forgot to tell you which part of problem set three to do. Please do 1, 4, 6, and 7.
• Today we'll work on problem set 4.
• You'll have assigned groups for today. Since there was some discussion of the effect of gender on group interactions, we'll be trying different types of groups at different times. Today is "single sex" day.
• Group X: Andrew, Alex, Jay
• Group Y: Erica, Bronwyn, Kelly
• Group Q: Lillian, Beth, Stephanie
• Group V: John, Sam, Brian

Today we'll be working on problem set four.

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