Discrete Mathematics Teachers (MATH 326)
This course focuses on logic and reasoning, as well as the role of axiomatic systems and proofs. It includes a study of patterns, relations and functions to model and solve problems, how counting is used to enumerate and order, finite graphs and trees and how they are used to model problems, and a study of probability concepts and the use of probability in real-world situations. The course aims to give students a deep experience of the mathematics in a larger context by studying both theoretical foundations and applications of the topics of the course.Prerequisites: MATH 219 and MATH 135 (or equiv) with a grade of C or better.Typically Offered Spring Only, Even Years.
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