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Instructor: Trevor Block
Learn the fundamentals of propositional and predicate logic to help you succeed in Discrete Math!
What you’ll learn
Translate English sentences into propositional logic and predicate logic
Build truth tables based off of logical formulas
Use logic laws and truth tables to determine when two formulas are equivalent
Negate quantified formulas
Understand the relationship between conditionals, converses, inverses, and contrapositives
Use rules of inference to deduce a logical outcome given a set of premises
There are no prerequisites for Logic
Are you struggling with the basic mathematical skill you need as a computer scientist?
Are you unhappy with your instructor’s ability to teach the fundamental skills you need to do well in your math courses?
Master Discrete Mathematics: Logic is perfect for you. I cover all of the important topics thoroughly at a university level with lecture videos, examples, additional problems, and sample exams with unique and challenging questions that will help you identify your weak points and master the material.
Each video will cover all the relevant information you need to know in under 15 minutes. I will make things simple, but still tackle the tricky questions that might seem confusing.
I encourage you to preview the example videos and problem set I have available for free below. You will succeed in Discrete Math.
Who this course is for:
This course is meant for undergraduate computer scientists, math majors, or anyone with an interest in the fundamentals of mathematics.
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