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MTH150 - Discrete Mathematics I
This course introduces and develops the concepts and tools used for precise analytical thinking. The connection between ordinary speech and mathematical rigor is established. The foundations of logic- AND, OR, NOT, Conditional and Biconditional operators, truth tables, DeMorgan’s laws, etc.-are explained and developed. Concepts are applied to digital logic circuits and to binary number systems. Set theory, set notation, rules of inference, and mathematical proofs are also included.
Discrete Mathematics I
Credit Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Lecture Hours: 3