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Concepts of Discrete Math.

MATH 4020


A study of mathematical topics characterized by discrete
processes. The study focuses on combinatorics, the theory
of graphs and trees, matrix representations, and iterative
algorithms. Recursive thinking and inductive processes
are emphasized through a variety of applications involving
discrete mathematical models. Deductive proof is introduced
through topics from logic, set theory, and graph theory,
and some relevant topics from the history of mathematics
are explored.
Pre-Requisites:
MATH 3030 with a minimum US grade of C
AndMATH 4010 with a minimum US grade of C (can be taken concurrently)

Co-requisites:
MATH 4010