The course has concluded!

Thanks all for an interesting semester.

The final exam is here: finalexam.pdf

Hope everyone has an enlightening and fulfilling summer.

The course has concluded!

Thanks all for an interesting semester.

The final exam is here: finalexam.pdf

Hope everyone has an enlightening and fulfilling summer.

Slides from class: class27.pdf

Some solutions and hints on the practice final are here: practicefinal-comments.pdf. (If there are questions about problems with incomplete solutions, we might add to this later.)

We won’t have the regular office hours schedule now that the end of classes has passed, but still have many office hours scheduled until the final exam on May 11. Please check the course calendar (and discord announcements) for information on office hours for this week and next week.

As scheduled by the Registrar, the final exam will be **Thursday, 11
May, 2:00pm - 5:00pm** in our normal classroom.

The final exam will cover everything we’ve done in the course, but with more emphasis on material that has been covered since the midterm.

There is now a Classes page that lists all the classes to make it easier for you to find specific content we’ve covered in class.

Like the midterm, you may prepare a **one-page (letter-size,
two-sided) reference sheet for use during the exam**, but all other
resources are forbidden (no internet, textbook, other humans,
magnification instruments, etc.). We expect that students will benefit
from thinking about what to put on your reference sheet in preparing
for the exam, and you may work with anyone you want (including other
students in the class) to prepare your reference sheets together.

We have provided a practice final exam here: practicefinal.pdf

We will be posting solutions for these problems soon, but encourage you to try them yourself first under exam-like conditions.

Slides from class: class26.pdf

Problem Set 10 is due on **Friday, 28 April**. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/ppdjrxcwqmnn.

Slides from class: class25.pdf

Problem Set 10 is due on **Friday, 28 April**. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/ppdjrxcwqmnn.

Quiz 11 (which is a “make-up quiz”) is due 9:59pm on **Wednesday, April 26**.

Slides from class: class24.pdf

Problem Set 10 is due on **Friday, 28 April**. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/ppdjrxcwqmnn.

Slides from class: class23.pdf

**Friday, 28 April**. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/ppdjrxcwqmnn.

Slides from class: class22.pdf

Problem Set 9 is due on Monday, 17 April. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/mqwmbzjppfbv.

Slides from class: class21.pdf

Problem Set 9 is due on Monday, 17 April. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/mqwmbzjppfbv.

If the key opening door reduction isn’t exciting enough for you (or you’re just a fan of 1980s TV shows), you may want to watch this video: Proof by Reduction (from Fall 2020 course).

Slides from class: class20.pdf

The learned video on computability from class is here.

If you want another presentation of the computability material in the textbook, try *Dori-Mic and the Universal Machine!*.

Problem Set 8 is due on Monday, 10 April. The latex template is https://www.overleaf.com/read/nhgcvwvnfvkh.