By M.O. Albertson, J.P. Hutchinson

This first-year path in discrete arithmetic calls for no calculus or desktop programming adventure. The procedure stresses discovering effective algorithms, instead of existential effects. offers an creation to developing proofs (especially by way of induction), and an advent to algorithmic problem-solving. All algorithms are offered in English, in a structure appropriate with the Pascal programming language. comprises many routines, with solutions behind the booklet (detailed options being provided for tough problems).

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1. , without parentheses) without ambiguity. 3. Verify parts 1 and 4. Proo{o{part 5. :. For example, 0 A (0 V 1) = 0 A 1 = 0= OvO = (OAO)V(OA 1). Here is another type of proof. Think of the (True, False} ...... [ 1, O} correspondence. : are true, that is, if and only if (x A y) v (x A z) is true. 2). This is the case for all Boolean functions; in addition, the form of the expressions can be specified. Definition. If x I' x: .. ,xn are variables, then for i = 1,2, ... ,n both Xi and ~ Xi are called literals.

164 have completed both mathematics and chemistry. 116 have completed chemistry and computer science. and 103 have completed all three courses. How many students living in the Quad have completed none of these three courses? 4. There were 184 students enrolled in Introductory Computer Science last fall. Of these 112 will take Data Structures. 84 will take Foundations of Computer Science. and 46 will take Assembly Language. Of the total. 66 will take both Foundations and Data Structures. 37 will take Assembly Language and Data Structures.

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