Introduction To Discrete Math
A comprehensive look at the study of discrete mathematics, this text is written in an informal style. The mathematical content has been developed in a continuous progression from the simple to the complex, leaving the latter until is actually necessary. Key features include: end-of-chapter problem sets, ranging in difficulty from routine computation to complex problem solving, helping students monitor their own progress; section overviews providing students with a concise outline of each major concept; and tutorial boxes which contain questions that require a mix of routine calculations with extensions or proofs, designed to encourage students to think about techniques immediately after they are presented with them.
Specifications of Introduction To Discrete Math
|Author||Wayne M. Dymacek, Henry Sharp|
|Publisher||William C Brown Pub|
|Number Of Pages||720|
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