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Number:MS240
Name:Discrete Mathematics
Description:This course is designed to help students think effectively and analyze issues logically. Basic strategies of thought and analyses are emphasized. These strategies are designed to help students deal with real-life situations. Topics include: topology, set theory, logic, geometry and probability.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): MS231
or permission of instructor

Course Objectives

"Introduce the student to various topics of discrete mathematics: logic, sets, functions, mathematical reasoning, counting and other topics using the preceding as a foundation.

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
S 2013 Finite Mathematics 0-321-74899-9 Lial, Margaret / Gre 10TH 12 Pearson
S 2012 DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STR 0-13-229751-5 KOLMAN 6 PEARSON EDU
S 2011 DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STR 0-13-229751-5 KOLMAN 6 PEARSON EDU
S 2010 DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STR 0-13-229751-5 KOLMAN 6 PH
S 2009 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS 0-13-159318-8 JOHNSONBAUGH 7 PEARSON EDUCATION
F 2007 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS JOHNSONBAU 6 PH
S 2006 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS+ITS APPL.-TEXT ROSEN 5TH 03
F 2003 Discrete Mathematics 0072424346 Rosen McGraw
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