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About this Course
Written by fellow Instructor, this course guides you through the steps and details of discrete mathematics. The engaging video lessons cover topics ranging from a general introduction of discrete mathematics and more. Contact our Instructor with any learning questions.
Course Synopsis
This is an introductory course in discrete mathematics. The goal of this course is to introduce you to ideas and techniques from discrete mathematics that are widely used in science and engineering. It teaches you the techniques in how to think logically and mathematically and apply these techniques in solving problems. To achieve this goal, you will learn set theory, principles of counting and fundamentals of logic. Key topics involving relations, functions, directed graphs, trees and basic number theory are covered in this course.
Transferable Skills
How it Works
Through videos and easy-to-understand text lessons, this course will provide you with both an overview of basic discrete mathematics and cover specific topics you may encounter as you work on through your own learning. Each lesson and its corresponding activities can also be accessed on any mobile device, at any time.
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How to Pass
You have to complete all the learning activities and assignments, and sit for the online final examination. Assessments will be given to evaluate whether you have achieved the Course Learning Outcomes. You are able to download with a Certificate of Completion upon finishing all the learning materials. Certificate of Achievement is also available to be download upon passing all the assessments. The examination will be conducted at a scheduled time and date.
Credit Earn
Earning and transferring credit to the Bachelor of ICT under School of Science and Technology at AeU.
*Applicants must fulfill the standard entry requirements and course credit transfer eligibility criteria for each programmes.
1 - Construct valid mathematical arguments using logical connectives and quantifiers using scientific method and techniques. |
2 - Verify in scientific method the correctness of a mathematical argument using symbolic logic and truth tables. |
3 - Use appropriate operations on discrete structures such as sets, relations, trees, sequences, graph theory and matrices for a real. |
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