Assuming a homework average of 90% (the class median), a total midterm score of 63 or higher is consistent with an A in the course, a total midterm score between 42 and 62 is consistent with a B, and a midterm score between 22 and 42 is consistent with a C.
Assuming a homework average of 96% (the class median), a midterm score between 30 and 40 is consistent with an A in the course, a midterm score between 20 and 30 is consistent with a B, and a midterm score between 10 and 20 is consistent with a C.
Starting with this homework, groups of up to three students can submit joint solutions for each problem. For each problem, exactly one member of each group should submit that group's solution and identify the other group members (if any) on Gradescope. Please remember to list all group members at the top of the first page of each submission. Finally, please see the academic integrity policies for group homework.
|Jeff||Wed 4–5, Fri 11–12 (on Zoom), and Fri 3–4|
|Farouk||Mon 11-12 and 1–2|
|Robert||Mon 2-3 and Thu 3:30–4:30|
|Monday||Farouk 11-12, Tyler 12–1, Farouk 1–2, Robert 2–3|
|Wednesday||Haoxiang 1–2, Jeff 4–5|
|Friday||Jeff 11–12 (on Zoom), Pooja 1–3, Jeff 3–4|
|Si maintenant vous me donnez une équation que vous aurez choisie à votre gré, et que vous desirez connaître si elle est ou non soluble par radicaux, je n’aurai rien à y faire que de vous indiquer le moyen de répondre à votre question, sans vouloir charger ni moi ni personne de la faire. En un mot les calculs sont impracticables.|
|— Évariste Galois|
|For every polynomial-time algorithm you have, there is an exponential algorithm that I would rather run.|
|— Alan Perlis|
|Algorithms are for people who don't know how to buy RAM.|
|— Clay Shirky|