1️MIT 6.042J

Also known as Mathematics for Computer Science

  • The course is designed to teach students the mathematical concepts and tools needed to analyze and solve problems in computer science.

  • Topics covered include propositional logic, predicate logic, sets, functions, relations, graphs, number theory, and combinatorics.

  • The course emphasizes proof techniques and formal reasoning.

  • Some of the key skills developed in the course include the ability to analyze and solve problems using mathematical reasoning, the ability to write clear and concise mathematical proofs, and the ability to apply mathematical concepts to real-world problems in computer science.

Here I do not include all the part of this course.

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