Assignments go out each Wednesday after class. They are usually due the following Tuesday at 11 PM.

# | Homework | Problem Session | Out | Due On | Solutions |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

0 | Collaboration Policy | --- | 1/21/2015 | 1/27/2015 | --- |

1 | Homework 1 | --- | 1/28/2015 | 2/3/2015 | Solutions 1 |

2 | Homework 2 | Problem Session 1 | 2/4/2015 | 2/11/2015 | Solutions 2 |

3 | Homework 3 | Problem Session 2 | 2/11/2015 | 2/18/2015 | Solutions 3 |

4 | Homework 4 | Midterm Review 1 | 2/16/2015 | 2/24/2015 | Solutions 4 |

Midterm 1 | 2/27/2015 | Solutions | |||

5 | Homework 5 | Problem Session 3 | 3/4/2015 | 3/10/2015 | Solutions 5 |

6 | Homework 6 | Problem Session 4 | 3/11/2015 | 3/17/2015 | Solutions 6 |

7 | Homework 7 | Midterm Review 2 | 3/18/2015 | 4/1/2015 |
Solutions 7 |

Midterm 2 | Solutions | 4/2/2015 | |||

8 | Homework 8 | Problem Session 5 | 4/8/2015 | 4/14/2015 | Solutions 8 |

9 | Homework 9 | 4/16/2015 | 4/23/2015 | ||

10 | Homework 10 | Problem Session 6 | 4/22/2015 | 4/29/2015 |

Problem Sessions will be held weekly on Sundays between 3 and 5 pm, in Motorola (CIT165). They are an excellent way for you to get extra practice with the material. Problem Session problems will be posted a day or two after the homework is released, and solutions will be posted Sunday nights.

Occasionally, we will write a problem that is too challenging or involved for a regular homework, but is still extremely interesting and relevant to the course. We have decided to release them as challenge problems, which you may do (or not do) at your leisure. If you feel particularly confident in your understanding, you may turn in your answers to a challenge problem at any time. They will be picked up along with the current homework assignment at 2 pm the following Thursday.

Handins which we deem to be exemplary will earn an additional free late pass on any *following* homework. Challenge problems otherwise do not affect your grade whatsoever, including not turning one in.

- The Fourth Grader Problem — Related Topics: RSA, Number Theory
- The Guard Problem — Related Topics: Logic