Tutor needed for college student
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 12 16:43:08 CDT 2020
Remakable. It was not the descrete math I know, then. It would vary heavy on logic and set theory stuff. Not the kind of stuff I deal with at work. It was a long time ago though. Things have changed. The closest we go to a real computer was a Monrow calculator.
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On 10/12/20 4:29 PM, dwight via cctalk wrote:
> I'm not too sure Hackers will have someone that is into Discrete Math. It is way beyond what a typical engineer will go through to get a degree. It is not a course someone would take without expecting to get into theoretical mathematics.
Seriously? Every CS and CIS student at the University where I
worked for 25 years had to take Discrete Math. I am sure most
other engineering disciplines required it, too but I would have
to look it up to be sure.
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