A Journey Through Discrete Mathematics

Author: Martin Loebl
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319444794
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This collection of high-quality articles in the field of combinatorics, geometry, algebraic topology and theoretical computer science is a tribute to Jiří Matoušek, who passed away prematurely in March 2015.

Discrete Mathematics Through Applications

Author: Nancy Crisler
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780716736523
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The book focuses on the connections among mathematical topics and real-life events and situations, emphasizing problem solving, mathematical reasoning and communication.

Navigating Through Discrete Mathematics In Prekindergarten Grade 5

Author: Valerie A. DeBellis
Publisher: Natl Council of Teachers of
ISBN: 9780873536066
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Explaining why a graph does not have a Hamilton circuit is not easy, but it can
provide students with an opportunity to develop and present their mathematical
reasoning. Activity 5 — Traveling Edges Visiting vertices in a graph involves
starting at a vertex in a graph, traveling to all the other vertices exactly once, and
then returning to the initial vertex. A different type of journey through a graph
involves starting at a vertex, traveling along every edge exactly once, and
returning to the ...

From Calculus To Computers

Author: Amy Shell-Gellasch
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780883851784
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Using the Last 200 Years of Mathematics History in the Classroom Amy Shell-
Gellasch, Dick Jardine ... The mathematics behind public-key cryptography
follows a journey through number theory that starts with Euclid, then Fermat, and
continues into the late 20th century with the work of computer scientists and
mathematicians. ... The course is a three-way collaborative of three courses:
Discrete Mathematics, Data Structures, and Mathematical Experiments in
Computer Science.

Discrete Mathematics

Author: Douglas E. Ensley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
ISBN: 9780471476023
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The Mathematical Experience. Boston: Birkhauser. [11] P.J. Davis and R. Hersh (
1986). Descartes Dream: The World According to Mathematics. San Diego:
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 12] E. W. Dijkstra (1959). A note on two problems in
connexion with graphs. Numer. Math.. 1. 269-271. 13] S. E. Dreyfus and A. M.
Law (1977). The Art and Theory of Dynamic Programming. New York: Academic
Press. 14] W. Dunham (1990). Journey Through Genius: The Great Theorems of

Portal Through Mathematics

Author: Oleg Ivanov
Publisher: The Mathematical Association of America
ISBN: 0883856514
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The answer to that is more surprising than the classic puzzle's answer. The book is organized into 29 themes, each a topic from algebra, geometry or calculus and each launched from an opening puzzle or problem.

Discrete Mathematics

Author: Suchi Vatsa
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 8122425747
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14 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS. PROBLEM 1.5 1. Show that (a) p ⇒ q = ∼q ⇒ ∼
p (b)(p ⇒ q) ⇒ r ≠ p ⇒ (q ⇒ r) (c)(p ⇔ q) = (q ⇔ p) (d)(p ⇔ q) ⇔ r = p ⇔ (q ⇔ r) (
e)[(p ⇒ q) . (q ⇒ r)] ⇒ (q ⇒ ≡ T (tautology). 2. What is the negation of: (a) p ⇒ q.
(b)p ⇔ q? 3. Write each of the following statements in symbolic form: (a) If the
journey to and accommodation at Bombay are troublesome, I shall not go to
Bombay. (b) The Indian hockey team will win or lose at the new Olympic meet.

Discrete Mathematics And Combinatorics

Author: Sengadir T.
Publisher: Pearson Education India
ISBN: 9788131714058
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... graph is a closed walk containing every edge of G exactly once. PRACTICE
9.24 Identify an Euler closed path for graph (a) in Figure 9.36. If we try to find an
Euler circuit for graph (b) in Figure 9.36, we would fail. We can prove this using
the famous Theorem 9.12 due to Euler. Let us think of the edges as roads and the
vertices as cities. We are allowed to travel by road only once and we must visit
each of the cities at least once. If u is the city from where we start our journey,
then finally ...

Navigating Through Discrete Mathematics In Grades 6 12

Author: Eric W. Hart
Publisher: National Council of Teachers of
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(in which each term, except the first two terms is the sum of the previous two
terms; • use iterative procedures to generate geometric patterns, including
fractals like the Koch snow flake and Sierpinskis triangle; • use informal notation
such as NOW and NEXT, as well as subscript flotation, to represent sequential
patterns; (continued) Navigating through Discrete Mathematics Chapter 5
Iteration and Recursion in Grades 6-8 Some sources describe mathematics as
the study of patterns.

Biomath In The Schools

Author: Margaret B. Cozzens
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.
ISBN: 0821842951
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Margaret B. Cozzens, Fred S. Roberts. DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics
and Theoretical Computer Science DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and
Theoretical Computer Science Volume 76, 2011 ... an entirely new world of
biology called mathematical biology. My journey has turned me back into a
student and challenged me to bring this new material into my classroom. ...
students and me to the Biology Student Workbench. Before long, my classes
were using the BLAST ...