Exploring Discrete Mathematics With Maple (Kenneth H. Rosen)

 
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Exploring Discrete Mathematics With Maple (Kenneth H. Rosen)

This is the first discrete mathematics supplement that focuses specifically on Maple's computational features. An introduction chapter and each succeeding chapter contain comprehensive instructions for using Maple.

In the appropriate chapter of Ken Rosen's book Discrete Math and Its Applications, Third Edition, each chapter discusses a few Computational and Exploration activities. Each chapter contains brand-new tasks and challenges to stimulate a deeper study of discrete mathematics using Maple. The Waterloo Maple website hosts all of the Maple code found in this supplement, as well as brand-new Maple routines that improve upon Maple's preexisting features.

Ebook Details

Published
Published Date / Year
4th edition (August 1, 1996)
Hardcover
400 pages
eBook Format
PDF and PostScript Files
ISBN-10
0070541280
ISBN-13
978-0070541283

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