CS:3330 Exam 2 Announcement

Exam 2 for CS:3330 "Algorithms" will be held on April 4th (Tuesday) from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm in Shambaugh Auditorium (Main Library).

During the exam you can use any written/printed material you bring, including books and lecture notes; in other words, this is an open book/notes exam. Make sure you bring everything that you feel you will need to the exam because you will not be allowed to share or borrow material with classmates during the exam. You will have to turn off and remove from your vicinity all electronic devices including cell phones, lap tops, calculators, dictionaries, etc.

The exam is worth 150 points, which is 15% of your final grade. Here is a brief description of the structure of the exam. Points will be equally divided among the 6 problems (so 25 points per problem). Problems may consist of multiple parts. Some problems may require that you hand-execute known algorithms, some problems may require that you design new algorithms, some problems may require that you prove a claim about given or known algorithms, and some problems may require that you analyze the running time of algorithms or data structure operations.

To practice for the exam try solving: