Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 4 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof
4.1 Direct Pro
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 4th ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole,
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Chapter 4 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof
4.2 Direct Pro
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 4th ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole,
Cengage Learning
Chapter 4 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof
4.4 Direct Pro
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 3 The Logic of Quantified Statements
3.3 Statements Containing
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 3 The Logic of Quantified Statements
3.4 Arguments with Quanti
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 3 The Logic of Quantified Statements
3.2 Introduction to Predi
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 2 The Logic of Compound Statements
2.2 Conditional Statements
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 2 The Logic of Compound Statements
2.5 Application: Number Sys
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 2 The Logic of Compound Statements
2.4 Digital Logic Circuits
Exam 1
Discrete Mathematics
Summer 2016
I. Use a tmth table to determine if the foilowing is a logical equivalence 01' not:
P=>Q and P V ~Q 2.
a. Translate'the following sentences in English to symbolic language.
(i) The square of every real number is gre
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 4th ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole,
Cengage Learning
Chapter 4 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof
4.3 Direct Pro
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 4th ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole,
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Chapter 4 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof
4.6 Indirect A
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 5 Sequences and Mathematical Induction
5.2 Mathematical Induct
Math 2420 Quiz #3 April 8, 2914
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1. (2pts) 801w: the following problems. Each one wiil be worth 0.5m;
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MATH 2420
Final Exam
Name: _
Spring 2012
Date: 4/26/12
(Total: 100 points, 150 minutes)
General instructions: No notes, no books can be used at the final exam. Calculators that are part
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For a full credit, clear
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Final Exam
Name: _
Fall 2012
MW 5:30-6:45pm
Date:_
1. Use a truth table to determine whether or not the following statement forms are logically
equivalent: p (q r) and ( p ~ q) r
[5 pts]
2. Write the form of the following argument:
[4 pts]
If a
GSU- MATH 2420-010
Test 2
Name: _
Fall 2011
MW 5:30-6:45pm
Date:_
1. Find the truth set of each predicate:
6
a. Predicate:
is an integer, domain: Z
d
truth set =_[4 pts]
6
b. Predicate:
is an integer, domain: Z +
d
truth set =_[4 pts]
c. Predicate: 1 x 2
Test 1
MATH 2420
Name: _
Spring 2012
Date: 1/26/12
(Total: 100 points, 60 minutes)
General instructions: No notes, no books can be used at the test. Calculators that are part of
other electronic devices are not allowed.
For a full credit, clearly show all
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Test 3
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Fall 2011
MW 5:30 - 6:45pm
Date:_
1. Prove the following statement by using the definition of even and odd (do not use any of
the properties of even and odd integers):
If k is any odd integer and m is any even integer, th
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Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 6 Set Theory
6.1 Set Theory: Definitions and the Element Metho
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 7 Functions
7.1 Functions Defined on General Sets
Definition
A
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 6 Set Theory
6.1 Set Theory: Definitions and the Element Metho
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 6 Set Theory
6.2 Properties of Sets
Theorem 6.2.1 Some Subset
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics
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Chapter 6 Set Theory
6.3 Disproofs and Algebraic Proofs
Disproving an