# MATH2069 Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory

## General Information

This page contains information on the intermediate unit of study MATH2069 Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory.

This unit is offered in Semester 1.

Lecturer(s): Andrew Mathas and Alexander Molev

For further information on Intermediate Mathematics and Statistics, refer to the Intermediate Handbook. In particular, see the MATH2069 handbook entry for further information relating to MATH2069.

You may also view the description of MATH2069 in the central units of study database.

- Credit point value: 6CP.
- Classes per week: Three lectures, one tutorial and one practice class.

For enrolled students or other authorized people only, here is a link to the Canvas page for MATH2069.

Email enquiries about MATH2069 may be sent to MATH2069@sydney.edu.au.

Students: Please give your name and SID when emailing us. Anonymous emails will not be replied to.

Students have the right to appeal any academic decision made by the School or Faculty. For further information, see the Science Faculty web site.

## Consultation

**Alex Molev**: My office is Carslaw room 707. You can email me with this link to make an appointment if a consultation is required.

## Assessment

Date^{*} | Description | Better mark | Weighting |
---|---|---|---|

23:59 April 2 | Assignment 1 | 5% | |

14:00 April 16 | Quiz 1 | 15% | |

23:59 May 21 | Assignment 2 | 5% | |

14:00 May 28 | Quiz 2 | 15% | |

9:00 June 21 | Exam | 60% |

## References

*MATH2069: Discrete mathematics and graph theory*. Available from Kopystop

## Class Times in 2021

*Lectures* and *Practice Classes* will be online via Zoom. Join the meetings at the Canvas Zoom page.

Online Tutorials will be via Zoom. Join the tutorial meetings at the Canvas Zoom page.

Two quizzes will be held in Weeks 6 and 12 during the Practice Class times (not during Tutorials).

No better mark principle of any kind will be used.

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