"""Duct tape is like the force; it has a light side and a dark side, and it holds the universe together.""
Anne Flynn (2010)
Discrete Mathematics


Mr. Shannon Houtrouw


KAMSC DISCRETE MATHEMATICS (H) A college level course dealing with finite processes, sets of elements, countable phenomena (based on integers—contrasted with calculus, which has to do with infinite processes and intervals of real numbers).  The mathematical topics and algorithms studied have many applications in the broad field of computer science.  Topics include combinatorial analysis, graph theory, mathematical trees, logic gates, circuits, and more.
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