Mathematics for computer programmers
Number systems I. Sets. Integer and real number sets. Format arithmetic. Algorithms. Solving problems using input. process, and output. Algorithms. Flowcharts. Algebraic applications for programming. Language of algebra. Algebraic expressions of "not equal". Exponents. Equations. Advanced algebra concepts. Quadratic equations. Linear equations. Linear programming. Functions. Sequence and subscripted variables. Matrices. Binary systems. Number base concepts. Binary, octal, and hexadecimal numbers. Computer codes. Boolean algebra concepts. Mathematical logic. Boolean algebra and computer logic.
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