**Introduction To Finite Mathematics**

by J. G. Kemeny, J. L. Snell, G. L. Thompson

**Publisher**: Prentice-Hall 1974**ISBN/ASIN**: B000O030DK

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The purpose of this book is to introduce college students to the elementary theory of logic, sets, probability theory, and linear algebra and to treat a number of practical applications either from everyday situations or from applications to the biological and social sciences.

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