This course develops the mathematical foundations of computer science that are not calculus-based. It covers basic set theory, logic, mathematical proof techniques, and a selection of discrete mathematics topics such as combinatorics (counting), discrete probability, number theory,and graph theory. The mathematics is frequently motivated using computer science applications.
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