Selected topics in finite mathematics
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Finite Mathematics falls within the realm of Discrete Mathematics. This course will serve as a guide through the selected topics listed below.
- Graphs
- Operations Research
- Logic and Sets
- Voting
- Financial Mathematics
- Probability
- Statistics
Module 1: Graphs and Optimization[edit]
- What is a graph?
- Eulerian cycles
- Hamiltonian cycles
- Minimum spanning trees
- Graph coloring
- Maximum flow
- Trees
- Directed graphs
- Bin packing
- Linear programming
- Transportation problems
Module 2: Logic, Arguments, and Voting[edit]
- Sets, logic, and arguments
- Voting with preference schedules
- Fairness criteria
- Approval voting
- Weighted voting
- Coalitions
- Voting power
Module 3: Mathematics in money and ??[edit]
Construction[edit]
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