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ElsevierJan 19, – Mathematics – pages. This approachable text studies discrete objects and the relationsips that bind them.

User Review – Flag as inappropriate So nice book. User Review – Flag as inappropriate very costly Selected pages Page Contents Chapter 1 The Language of Logic. Chapter 2 The Language of Sets. Chapter 3 Functions and Matrices.

Chapter 4 Induction and Algorithms. Chapter 6 Combinatorics and Discrete Probability.

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Chapter 12 Boolean Algebra and Combinatorial Circuits. Solutions to OddNumbered Exercises. List of Biographical Sketches.

Common terms and phrases adjacency matrix algorithm alphabet Assume P k begin bijective binary tree boolean algebra boolean expression boolean function column combinatorial circuit compute connected graph contains defined definition denote the number Determine DFSA diagram digit digraph divisible elements equivalence relation Eulerian Eulerian path Evaluate exactly example illustrates Exercises Fibonacci number Find the number finite set formula function f given grammar Hamiltonian induction input integer Karnaugh map language logic loop mathematician mathematics minterms operations output pair path permutations pigeonhole principle planar poset positive integer proof proposition Prove real number recurrence relation recursive Section sequence shows SOLUTION Solve spanning tree string sublist subsets subtree Suppose surjective symbols symmetric Theorem total number transitive true truth table truth value variables verify vertex vertices weight words wxyz yz yz.

Popular passages Page 53 – it is a very interesting number; it is the smallest number expressible as a sum of two cubes in two different ways.

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Page xxi – Tell me and I will forget. Show me and I will remember. Involve me and I will understand History is about discovering. Chapter 1 The Language of Logic.