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Discrete Math Part III: Recursive Thinking
In this 4 week course, students will learn the basic concepts of Recursion and Inductions. Recursion allows us to turn bigger problems into smaller ones, while induction gives us stronger tools for mathematical proofs!
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Course Description Topics include Recursive Relations: Definitions, The Fibonacci Sequence, and Modeling with Recurrence Relations; Closed-Form Solutions and Induction: Polynomial Sequences, Recursive Definitions and Geometry, Proof By Induction, Weak and Strong Induction, Structural Induction, Recursive Data Structures, Lists, Efficiency, and a return to Minary Search Trees. Prerequisites The class is taught with the assumption that the student has a strong understanding of Algebra,...
I am an HSI STEM Instructor and Supplemental Instructor at the Rowan College of South Jersey, with specialties in Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science.
Students will be assigned homework after each section, which may take several hours to complete. Students will be given several days to complete the homework. Projects and group projects may be assigned depending on class size and progress.
Grading The final letter grade will be determined by the following scale: A+ (98-100) A (93-98) A- (90-92) B+ (87-89) B (83-86) B- (80-82) C+ (77-79) C (73-76) C- (70-72) D (60-69) F (59 and below) Grading Distribution 60% Exam 40% Homework (Optional) Projects may count for up to 20% of the final grade, which will be taken equally from Exam and Homework percentages.
4 hours per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Frank CurottoAbout Me
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Classes: I'm still working on the full range of classes I will teach. I will have a variety of Mathematics courses, Computer Science courses, clubs (including chess and Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Adventure leagues), and possibly some more in...