Dear Colleagues,
Unfortunately, many people who have an interest in mathematics, including mathematics majors, don't learn as much discrete mathematics as they might. Discrete mathematics is less hierarchical usually than continuous mathematics, in particular the mathematics that leads up to Calculus. Discrete mathematics covers a vast amount of mathematical ground, with interest to those who are also interested in computer science, using mathematics in other fields (mathematical modeling). Here is a recent book that can downloaded for free, and which covers some nice material.
http://discrete.openmathbooks.org/pdfs/ ... fprint.pdf
Regards,
Joe
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