# Introduction to Discrete Structures

### Office Hours

Monday & Wednesday 2 - 3pm

Tuesday & Thursday 5 - 6:30pm

& by appointment

My office is in Fretwell 340F.

If you can't make my office hours or if you need help on the weekend, you can always email me.

### Class Information & Moodle

The full website for this class is hosted by Moodle.
You can access it by going to the Moodle site
and selecting this course.

### Helpful Links

On-line Math Dictionary

The On-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).

Math and logic symbol notation: basics and
more.

##### Latex Information

You will need a Latex compiler. They are free to download and can be found by searching google.
The Windows compatible version is called MikTex (http://miktex.org/). For samples, examples, tutorials, and templates,
a good list can be found here.
Here's a short reference on coding math symbols.
A more complete list of Latex symbols.
The main thing to know about inserting symbols in the latex file is that all math symbol codes must be entered in math mode.
This simply means you must have the following syntax: $[math symbol code]$. If you forget the dollar signs, it won't compile.