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Discrete Math Series : Set Theory & Algebra masterclass

Learn Discrete Mathematics from scratch as Discrete Mathematics form the core of Computer Science

4.50 (90 reviews)

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6.5 hours

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May 2021

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What you will learn

Master Discrete Mathematics

Master set theory and algebra

Get ready for advanced topics of Discrete mathematics like group theory , functions

Get ready for research in computer science


Description

You’ve just stumbled upon the most in-depth Discrete Math course series online. With over 15,000 students enrolled and thousands of 5 star reviews to date in the area of computer science, my computer science courses are enjoyed by students from 130 countries.

Whether you want to:

- build the skills in set theory topic of discrete math

- crack interview or competitive exam questions on set theory topic of discrete math

...this complete Masterclass on set theory is the course you need to do.

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The number one reason is its simplicity. According to many students in udemy, my courses are simple to understand as I always teach concepts from scratch in a simple language.

The second reason is you get a mentor for computer science through this course. I get lot of doubts from students regarding their career in computer science like which elective subject to choose, which book to refer, etc.

The third reason is, you are not just watching my videos, you can also ask doubts if you get one while watching the lectures.

Which text book should you refer ?

I have used Henneth H Rosen textbook. Its a great textbook. You can follow it. But I have referred lot of other textbooksas well. So its upto you on which textbook you are comfortable with but follow a standard author book. If you complete this course, you will find it much easier to understand these textbooks. But anyway if you complete this course with good detailed notes, you don't need to read any textbook as I am reading them for you and giving the contents in an easy to understand manner.

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You will be joining over 15000 students who are already enrolled in one of my courses.

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Discrete Math Series : Set Theory & Algebra masterclass
Discrete Math Series : Set Theory & Algebra masterclass
Discrete Math Series : Set Theory & Algebra masterclass
Discrete Math Series : Set Theory & Algebra masterclass

Content

Sets - Basics

Introduction to Sets

Subset, Superset, Proper subset, Proper superset

Power set, Trivial Subsets

Set Operations

Properties of Sets

Use of Venn diagrams

Difference between subset and belongs to

Example Problem

Relations

Cartesian product

Relation Introduction

Number of relations possible on a set with n elements

Reflexive relation

Reflexive relation with examples

Minimum and Maximum cardinality of a reflexive relation

Number of reflexive relations possible on a set with n elements

Problem on closure properties of Reflexive relation

Problems on Reflexive relation - 1

Problems on Reflexive relation - 2

Problems on Reflexive relation - 3

Problems on Reflexive relation - 4

Problems on Reflexive relation - 5

Irreflexive relation

Irreflexive relation with examples

Relationship between reflexive and irreflexive relations

Minimum and Maximum cardinality of an irreflexive relation

Number of irreflexive relations possible on a set with n elements

Relationship between reflexive and irreflexive relations continued

Problems on Irreflexive relation

Problem on closure properties of Irreflexive relation

Problem on closure properties of Irreflexive relation

Symmetric relation

Symmetric relation with examples

Minimum and Maximum cardinality of a symmetric relation

Number of symmetric relations possible on a set with n elements

Problems on Symmetric relation

Relationship between reflexive and symmetric relations

Relationship between reflexive and symmetric relations continued

Relationship between reflexive and symmetric relations continued

Problems on symmetric relation

Problem on closure properties of symmetric relation

Closure properties of symmetric relations continued

Closure properties of symmetric relations continued

Closure properties of symmetric relations continued

Relationship between Irreflexive and symmetric relations

Relationship between Irreflexive and symmetric relations with venn diagram

Relationship between Irreflexive and symmetric relations with venn diagram

Anti symmetric relation

Anti symmetric relation with examples

Minimum and Maximum cardinality of an antisymmetric relation

Number of antisymmetric relations possible on a set with n elements

Relationship between symmetric and antisymmetric relations

Relationship between symmetric and antisymmetric relations

Relationship between symmetric and antisymmetric relations continued

Relationship between Irreflexive and antisymmetric relations

Closure properties of antisymmetric relations

Closure properties of antisymmetric relations continued

Closure properties of antisymmetric relations continued

Problems on antisymmetric relations

Asymmetric relation

Asymmetric relation with example

Maximum cardinality of Asymmetric relation possible

Number of asymmetric relations possible on a set with n elements

Relationship between Asymmetric and Reflexive relations

Relationship between Asymmetric and Reflexive relation with venn diagram

Relationship between Asymmetric and Irreflexive relations

Relationship between Asymmetric and Symmetric relations

Relationship between Asymmetric and Antisymmetric relation

Closure properties of Asymmetric relations

Transitive relation

Transitive relation with examples

Minimum and Maximum cardinality of a transitive relation

Problems on Transitive relation

Equivalence relation and Partially Ordered Relation

Equivalence relation explained

Examples on Equivalence relation

Examples on Equivalence relation

Examples on Equivalence relation

Partial Ordered Relation explained

Relation which is both equivalent and partially ordered

Examples on Partially ordered relation

POSET explained

Examples of POSET

Problem

Problem

Closure properties of Equivalence relations continued

Closure properties of Equivalence relations continued

Problem on Equivalence relation

Problem on Equivalence relation

Problem on Equivalence relation

Problem

Problem

Totally Ordered Set - TOSET

Examples of TOSET

Hasse Diagam

Hasse diagram explained

Bonus Section

Bonus Section


Reviews

V
Vijay2 April 2020

Being a complete beginner I expected elaborated examples. But this course contains only brief examples. I wish the trainer could elaborate the examples more preciously..

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Collen1 November 2019

Anyone intending on mastering discrete mathematics will find this course not only helpful but a MUST have. With unquestionable confidence and command of the subject matter, the course leader clarifies every concept and leads the student to a level of greater understanding through well-pitched voice and clarity of purpose. You left wanting to attempt more questions than seeking any further reading material. If you were afraid of Discrete Mathematics, this course is for you; and you will love it. I am certainly enjoying it.

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GCRich8 November 2018

The course provides a thorough review of set theory and the extensive problem solving made the concepts more accessible.

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Arun19 August 2018

Nice course about discrete math. The explanations are very good. Problems illustrate the concepts very well.

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Austin17 May 2018

Guy is bloody good and straight to the point! Taught me what tutor could not communicate in simple terms. Love this guy's style and want more related to computer Sci. from him.

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Amit12 April 2018

I am at the midst of the course , and so far have really enjoyed the sessions and the concepts are very well explained . I hope to complete the course asap as it is very detailed and is fun to learn too.

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Rob23 March 2018

The course is simply wow !!! The explanations are super awesome !!! I have tried some courses in Discrete Math but they are no way in par with this course !!!


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3/12/2018

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11/21/2019

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