## Discrete Mathematical StructuresThis Text Can Be Used By The Students Of Mathematics Or Computer Science As An Introduction To The Fundamentals Of Discrete Mathematics. The Book Is Designed In Accordance With The Syllabi Of Be, B. Tech, Bca, Mca, And M.Sc. (Computer Science) Prescribed In Most Of The Universities.This Book Offers The Following Topics:Mathematical Logic, Sets, Relations, Recurrence Relations, Functions, Combinations, Boolean Algebra, Logic Gates, Graph Theory, Algebraic Structures, And Finite State Machines. Each Chapter Is Supplemented With A Number Of Worked Examples As Well As A Number Of Problems To Be Solved By The Students. This Would Help In A Better Understanding Of The Subject. |

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the language is good to understand but it would be very helpful when you provide even solutions to the given problems

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very comprehensie and student friendly,thank you very much,and i also expecting books for the sixth semester of bsc maths from the madras unversity syllabus and form the same author

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abelian group atleast binary operation binary tree Boolean algebra Boolean expression circuit commutative complement connected graph contains cosets defined Definition Let digraph directed graph disjoint dual edges of G equivalence relation Eulerian Example 2 Let F F F F T F Find the number finite automation finite state machine gate given Graph Definition graph G graph shown group of G Hamiltonian cycle Hamiltonian path Hasse diagram Hence homomorphism identity element input inverse isomorphic Karnaugh map lattice logic minterm multiplication natural numbers number of edges number of vertices numeric function objects one-one p a q p v q partially ordered set partition permutation planar graph positive integer Prove real numbers recurrence relation ring selected Show shown in Fig simple graph Solution Let spanning tree string subset symbols symmetric truth table truth values variables vertex vertices of G zero