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 cs-312:hw3 [2015/01/12 08:36]ringger [Exercises] cs-312:hw3 [2015/01/12 08:36]ringger Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2015/01/12 08:37 ringger 2015/01/12 08:36 ringger 2015/01/12 08:36 ringger [Exercises] 2014/12/31 15:54 ringger created 2015/01/12 08:37 ringger 2015/01/12 08:36 ringger 2015/01/12 08:36 ringger [Exercises] 2014/12/31 15:54 ringger created Last revision Both sides next revision Line 5: Line 5: - '''​Part ​1:'''​ + === Question ​1 === * 1.9 in the textbook (be sure to complete both proofs! -- each is worth 3 points) * 1.9 in the textbook (be sure to complete both proofs! -- each is worth 3 points) ** "​justify"​ means prove using a two column proof: one column for statements and one column for reasons. ** "​justify"​ means prove using a two column proof: one column for statements and one column for reasons. ** (proof #1 completed in class) ** (proof #1 completed in class) - '''​Part ​2:'''​ + === Question ​2 === * 1.18 in the textbook * 1.18 in the textbook - '''​Part ​3:'''​ + === Question ​3 === * 1.20 in the textbook (four sub-problems -- each is worth 3 points) * 1.20 in the textbook (four sub-problems -- each is worth 3 points) ** Use the Extended Euclid method on two of the sub-problems ** Use the Extended Euclid method on two of the sub-problems