This course is an introduction to abstract mathematics through the lens of discrete mathematics, a field centered on the study of mathematical objects such as sets, functions, and graphs. We will learn many techniques that allow one to rigorously prove mathematical facts, and we will apply those techniques to the study of discrete mathematics. Emphasis is placed on logical, abstract thinking and clear and precise mathematical writing.
Lectures: 
M, W, F  12:00pm  12:50pm 
Weasler Auditorium 
Office Hours: 
Monday,  2:30pm  3:30pm 
Microsoft Teams  Tuesday,  1:00pm  2:00pm 
Friday,  10:00am  11:00am  
and by appointment  
Calc students have priority on Friday. 
I recommend using Overleaf (free) to write your assignments in LaTeX.
I'm happy to help troubleshoot your LaTeX in office hours and especially in the Microsoft Teams chat!
Wed, Aug 26  Classes begin 
Thurs, Sept 3  Last day to add/drop classes or request CR/NC option 
Mon, Sept 7  Labor Day, no classes 
Fri, Oct 9 — Thurs, Oct 15  Midterm exams 
Fri, Oct 16  Midterm break, no classes 
Fri, Nov 13  Last day to withdraw from classes 
Nov 27  Dec 1  Thanksgiving break, no classes 
Tues, Nov 24  Last day of classes 
Thurs, Dec 3  Math 2100/2350 final exam 
#  Date  Topics  Suggested HW & Announcements 

1  Wed, Aug 26 
Syllabus 7.1: Graph Theory (start) Lecture Recording 
First Day Questionnaire (submit answers on D2L, can be on your own paper) 
2  Fri, Aug 28 
Finish 7.1 [ no video recording, technical difficulties ] Homework 1 assigned 
7.1.{1abc, 7abcd, 10} Note: A "simple graph" is one that does not have multiple edges between the same pair of vertices. 
3  Mon, Aug 31 
How to use Latex 1.3: Truthtellers, Liars, and Propositional Logic (start) [ no video recording, more technical difficulties >:( ] 

4  Wed, Sept 2 
Continue 1.3 Lecture Recording 
1.3.{1bc, 5, 6, 9, 10} 
5  Fri, Sept 4 
Continue 1.3 Quiz 1 — 7.1, 1.3 Lecture Recording 

Mon, Sept 7  Labor Day — no class  
6  Wed, Sept 9 
Finish 1.3 [ forgot to hit record >:( ] 
1.3.{3, 7, 8, 11, 17, 21ace, 23} 
7  Fri, Sept 11 
1.4: Predicates Lecture Recording Homework 1 due Homework 2 assigned Quiz 2 

8  Mon, Sept 14 
Continue 1.4 (almost finished) Lecture Recording 
1.4.{5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17} 
9  Wed, Sept 16 
Finish 1.4 Start 1.5: Implications Lecture Recording 
1.5.{1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11} 
10  Fri, Sept 18  Exam 1  
11  Mon, Sept 21  
12  Wed, Sept 23 
Homework 2 due Homework 3 assigned 

13  Fri, Sept 25  Quiz 3  
14  Mon, Sept 28  
15  Wed, Sept 30  
16  Fri, Oct 2  Quiz 4  
17  Mon, Oct 5  
18  Wed, Oct 7 
Homework 3 due Homework 4 assigned 

19  Fri, Oct 9  Exam 2  
20  Mon, Oct 12  
21  Wed, Oct 14  
Fri, Oct 16  Midterm Break — no class  
22  Mon, Oct 19  
23  Wed, Oct 21  
24  Fri, Oct 23  Quiz 5  
25  Mon, Oct 26  
26  Wed, Oct 28 
Homework 4 due Homework 5 assigned 

27  Fri, Oct 30  Quiz 6  
28  Mon, Nov 2  
29  Wed, Nov 4  
30  Fri, Nov 6  Exam 3  
31  Mon, Nov 9  
32  Wed, Nov 11 
Homework 5 due Homework 6 assigned 

33  Fri, Nov 13  Quiz 7  
34  Mon, Nov 16  
35  Wed, Nov 18  
36  Fri, Nov 20  Quiz 8  
37  Mon, Nov 23  Homework 6 due  
Thurs, Dec 3  Final Exam 