2. There is assigned seating for all tests and quizzes. The seating chart can be found on this website and on Oaks.

3. Quiz 0 (on Oaks) must be completed by 1/18/18.

4. Quiz 1 will be on Thursday 1/18. It will include all topics from 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 that were covered in class: Set theoretic notation, intersection, union, complement and containment.

5. Quiz 2 will be on Tuesday 1/30. It will cover sections 1.4, 1.5 and 2.1-2.3 in the Set Theory and Logic course supplement.

6. Exam 1 will be on 2/8. It will cover the course supplement on set theory and logic

7. Quiz 3 will be on 2/20. You should be able to determine the winner of an election using the plurality method and also using the Borda Count method. You will be asked to determine if there is a Condorcet candidate. You should also be able to determine if there is a violation of the majority criterion, the Condorcet criterion or the IIAC.

There will not be any problems like #3, or 4 on the handout on this quiz, even though we covered these last Thursday.

Although #5, 6 and 8 will be covered in the lecture before the quiz, you should work them in advance since they are practice problems.

8. Quiz 4 will be on Tuesday 3/6. It will be at the beginning of class and that is all we will be doing that day. It will cover the plurality-with-elimination method , all voting criterion and the unit on counting. It is important that you bring a calculator that you know how to work, since you are not allowed to borrow one or ask for help with computations. A TI 30X (under $10 at Target online) will suffice.

9. The second exam will be on Thursday 3/15. It will cover sections 1.1-1.4, 1.6, 16.1-16.3 and 7.1-7.3. These are the sections on voting, counting and tress. Calculators are allowed and strongly advised. You will not be allowed to borrow a calculator or to go get one once the exam has started. Be sure to test the batteries in advance.

10. Quiz 5 will be on Thursday 3/29. It will cover all of the guided notes on geometric and arithmetic growth of sequences except problems 9 and 10.