CS109: Probability for Computer Scientists
Fall 2022
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:30pm - 2:50pm, STLC 111.

Week 1 TODO

Enjoy Lecture
Sign up for Section
Start PSet 1

Teaching Team

Professor: Chris Piech
Chris

cs109 @ cs.stanford.edu


This Week and Next Week
Date Lecture Notes
Mon, Sept 20 Counting Syllabus
Wed, Sept 22 Combinatorics PSet 1, Section signups open
Fri, Sept 24 Core Probability
LaTex & Python Review, 5pm
Section signup by Sat 5pm
Mon, Sept 27 Conditional Probability
Wed, Sept 29 Independence First sections before Fri
Fri, Oct 1 Random Variables Pset 1 due
Sign up for section
2021092222 by the Teaching Team

Section is a core part of CS109. Sign up for section by filling out the Section Signup Form. It is also a chance for you to tell us about yourself!

For more info on section, visit the Section part of the course syllabus. We are going to find the best weekly time for everyone. Section signups will close on Saturday, Sept 26 at 11:59pm Pacific. Preferences are not first come first serve.

Pset 1 Counting is released
2021092222 by the Teaching Team

Problem Set #1 has been released! It is due next Friday, Oct 1 at 1:00pm Pacific. Practice your counting, and calculating probabilities in the context of equally likely outcomes.

Welcome
2021091823 by Chris

Welcome to CS109! We are looking forward to a fun quarter. Class starts Monday, Sept 20th at 1:30pm PT in STLC 111. We are looking forward to a great quarter 🌱.

What is CS109?

The Syllabus page has details on course logistics. Read our FAQ for more information.
The Honor Code handout describes how the Honor Code applies in the context of the work you will do in CS109.
The Schedule page has a list of all topics that we will cover in CS109, and will have links to lecture materials and concept checks.


RESOURCES

Discussion Forum
Course Reader
Schedule
Office Hours
Videos on Canvas
Gradescope

Key Dates

Midterm: Oct 26th, 7p
Final: Dec 9th, 12:15p
Last lecture: Dec 1st

Course Values

Everyone is welcome. Intellectual joy. Be kind. Be humane. Social connection. Learn by doing. Thrill of building. Adapt to new contexts. Especially in a hard time 🦠.

CS109: Probability for Comp. Science
Fall 2021, MWF 1:30-2:50pm, STLC 111


Week 1 TODO

Enjoy Lecture
Sign up for Section
Start PSet 1

Instructors


RESOURCES


Key Dates

Midterm: Oct 26th, 7p
Final: Dec 9th, 12:15p
Last lecture: Dec 1st

Announcements

This Week and Next Week
Date Lecture Notes
Mon, Sept 20 Counting Syllabus
Wed, Sept 22 Combinatorics PSet 1, Section signups open
Fri, Sept 24 Core Probability
LaTex & Python Review, 5pm
Section signup by Sat 5pm
Mon, Sept 27 Conditional Probability
Wed, Sept 29 Independence First sections before Fri
Fri, Oct 1 Random Variables Pset 1 due
Sign up for section
2021092222 by the Teaching Team

Section is a core part of CS109. Sign up for section by filling out the Section Signup Form. It is also a chance for you to tell us about yourself!

For more info on section, visit the Section part of the course syllabus. We are going to find the best weekly time for everyone. Section signups will close on Saturday, Sept 26 at 11:59pm Pacific. Preferences are not first come first serve.

Pset 1 Counting is released
2021092222 by the Teaching Team

Problem Set #1 has been released! It is due next Friday, Oct 1 at 1:00pm Pacific. Practice your counting, and calculating probabilities in the context of equally likely outcomes.

Welcome
2021091823 by Chris

Welcome to CS109! We are looking forward to a fun quarter. Class starts Monday, Sept 20th at 1:30pm PT in STLC 111. We are looking forward to a great quarter 🌱.

What is CS109?

The Syllabus page has details on course logistics. Read our FAQ for more information.
The Honor Code handout describes how the Honor Code applies in the context of the work you will do in CS109.
The Schedule page has a list of all topics that we will cover in CS109, and will have links to lecture materials and concept checks.


Course Values

Everyone is welcome. Intellectual joy. Be kind. Be humane. Social connection. Learn by doing. Thrill of building. Adapt to new contexts. Especially in a hard time 🦠.