Final Exam Information
The following is copied from the Ryerson Examination Page
In order to ensure the academic integrity of exams, students are asked to:
Place all cell phones/ personal audio equipment and other electronic devices in bags
Place all bags, and personal belongings in a designated area in the room. No personal belongings can be brought to the exam desk.
Place student ID on the upper right hand corner of the desk for verification
Have no pencil cases on desks, only writing materials
Have no food during the exam unless medically required (you may bring water into the exam room provided it is in a transparent plastic bottle without labels)
Remove hats while writing the exam unless required by religious observance
Conduct the exam in silence
Be enrolled in the course to write the exam
Raise their hands to ask a question, use washroom, or request additional supplies
In the case of an emergency, leave all exam materials on the desk and follow the instructions of the invigilator
Maintain all academic integrity standards during an exam (see Academic Integrity for details)
Not leave the exam within the first 30 minutes, not enter the exam more than 30 minutes after it has begun or leave the exam within the last 15 minutes
Not have any materials on the desk other than those designated by the instructor (i.e.,: formula sheet, calculator etc...)
You are not allowed electronic devices on the desk. If you think you need it buy yourself a cheap watch to keep time, cell phones are not allowed.
No other aids are allowed, in particular no calculators.
|Chapter 4||4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 (Not including "The well Ordering Principle for the Integers" p. 240- 242.),|
|Chapter 8||8.1, 8.2, 8.4|
|Handouts:||Induction & Recursion handout|
|Structural Induction handout|
|Chapter 11||11.1, 11.2, 11.4, 11.5|
|Handouts||Introduction to Graphs|
|Hamiltonian and Eulerian Graphs|
|Chapter 7||7.5 (Particularly 453-454).|
|Chapter 12||12.1, 12.2|
|Computability handout (contains extra material not (well) covered in the book).|
|Chapter 3||3.8 (Review)|
|Handouts||The Euclidean Algorithm|
|Cryptography and RSA|
In the Probability
handout we covered Sections 1, 2 (the binomial distribution), 4 and 6;
but not Sections 3 and 5.
Note that we did not cover Section 6.9 from the book.
|Chapter 6||6.1 - 6.8.|
|Combinations & Permutations|
You can also try the recommended problems given in the course outline. These are especially useful if you need to review a particular area.
Note that the order and emphasis is somewhat different from year to year.