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Mathematics for Computer Scientists

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Mathematics for Computer Scientists
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814267
Number of pages: 153

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In this textbook you will find the basic mathematics that is needed by computer scientists. The author will help you to understand the meaning and function of mathematical concepts. The best way to learn it, is by doing it, the exercises in this book will help you do just that. Subjects as Elementary logic, factorization, plotting functions and matrices are explained.

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