discrete mathematics

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discrete mathematics

[di‚skrēt ‚math·ə′mat·iks]
(mathematics)
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Students projected to be college ready will be advised to enroll in the next-level math course in their chosen pathway during senior year: precalculus, finite math, Advanced Placement calculus and statistics, Ingente said.
For this reason finite math classes are often taken as a general education requirement by both lower-division and upper-division students with many different majors.
This textbook for math students presents applied calculus and finite math concepts in a concise way and aims to be more engaging and accessible.
Love--connectedness, relationship--makes the finite math work.
For those who've just returned to campus, there's usually no way to avoid certain dreaded classes: abnormal psych, finite math, foundations of accounting, introductory C++ programming, expository writing.
General math courses on this campus include: beginning algebra, intermediate algebra, college algebra, principles of statistics, and finite math. In both colleges, students enter these courses, generally, based on the scores of their placement tests.