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Book: Discrete Mathematics (Levin)

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    This text aims to give an introduction to select topics in discrete mathematics at a level appropriate for first or second year undergraduate math majors, especially those who intend to teach middle and high school mathematics. A difference between this text and most other discrete math books is that this book is intended to be used in a class taught using problem oriented or inquiry based methods.

    Thumbnail: Rubik's Cube. Image used with permission (CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported; Booyabazooka).