Charles Laywine

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A common complaint about many introductory discrete mathematics textbooks is that there is little continuity or few pervasive themes, and the texts appear to be a hodgepodge of disjoint topics. Typically, early chapters cover the basic ideas of logic, sets, number theory and functions, and then proceed through a long list of topics from basic combinatorics,(More)
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