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Here are some lecture notes:
The problems are either obligatory or honorary (optional). The obligatory problems are those not marked with stars from the tasks numbered by integers. The problems marked with stars and all problems from the tasks numbered by non-integers (e.g., 2½) are honorary. The maximal final mark «10» can be achieved without solving the honorary problems.
Introduñtion to categories and fuctors.
Let H and E be the total amounts of problems you have solved among the Home Tasks and during the Written Exam, both computed as percentage [total number of solved problems]:[total number of obligatory problems], which may be >100 if you solved honorary problems. Your final mark is computed as min(140,H+E)/14 by means of the standard rounding-off rule.
- Task 1: Categories and functors.