# Discrete Test

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1. I will show the work. 2. Just to be clear, the file you attached to this question is not the actual test you need to solve. It is just the sample test. 3. To be 100% coordinate, tell me in how many hours will you upload the actual test.

The attached file is the sample test. The actual test will start on August 8th 10:00PM CDT and I will need to upload it by August 9th 12:15 AM. So essentially we have 2 hours and 15 minutes for the entire exam.

Got it. That means in approximately 24 hours and 40 minutes you will upload the test. 2 hours is a tight deadline for 9 questions with multiple problems. I'll do my best!

Do you have any other form of communication? I.e. discord or something. I believe we can speed up the process if we communicated day of through something else.

I'm afraid that is not allowed in this website.

Ah I see. I was thinking the process could be sped up if you sent your answer as soon as you completed it. That way I can copy while you answer the next.

We could do that! I will attach new files as the answer to each question is solved.

Great! And a couple extra things. For questions like #4 I'm not allowed to use a calculator so if we're solving for P(k) we can't say: 1 + 1/√2 > √2 since that would require putting those values in a calculator. Also for the proofs, my prof uses a lot of abbreviations and so don't be worried about writing entire paragraphs. I attached a file of what I mean.

If you happen to have notes or references for the portion of the questions about graphs, that would be great.

https://youtu.be/xEcl4afY5_0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_H901nCJLc These are the lectures my prof uses. If you skim through these you'll reach the part about the circuits. I'm assuming YT links are fine on this website, but if not let me know.

added a table from the textbook we're using so there's no confusion regarding the terminology

Hey if there's any other notes that you think you might need let me know for tonight.

I think that's it. I'll do my best, since it's close to 10 questions in two hours. That's 12 minutes for question (plus typing and uploading the solutions).

If it helps, you should be able to save questions #1 and #9 toward the end since those I'm pretty confident I can do on my own. That should give you a little extra time for the proof sections.

Good to know. I'll start with the proofs. Because you are typing the answers yourself, I'll focus on writing them and not on the looks of the document itself (margins, centered titles, etc). We start in 4 hours, right?

Yes 4 hours

I was thinking, the easiest and fastest way for me to add solutions is to add image files. l will give it a try right now:

I see the file.

I'm ready!

just uploaded

This is the best I could do in two hours and 10 minutes! I solved problems 2-8, I skipped problems 1 and 9, as discussed.

Better than I would've done by myself.

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