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Selected Problems In Discrete Mathematics – Gavrilov, Sapozhenko
In this post, we will see the book Selected Problems In Discrete Mathematics by G. P. Gavrilov; A. A. Sapozhenko. About the book This collection of problems is intended as an accompaniment to a course on discrete mathematics at the … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithm theory, boolean functions, closed classes, coding theory, combinatorial analysis, completeness, discrete mathematics, finite automata, graphs, kvalued logics, mathematics, mir publishers, networks, problem book
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Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solution (Vols. 1 & 2) – Yaglom, Yaglom
In this post, we will see the two volume set of Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solution by A. M. Yaglom; I. M. Yaglom . Volume 1: Combinatorial Analysis and Probability Theory Volume 2: Problems From Various Branches of Mathematics … Continue reading
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Tagged binomial coefficients, chessboard problems, combinatorial analysis, combinatorial problems, convex polygons, geometric problems, lattices, mathematics, nondecimal counting, plane, points, probability theory, problem book, problems, problems and solutions, problems of many possible outcomes, representation of integers as sums and products, russian, soviet, theory of primes, topology
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