Master Discrete Mathematics: Logic
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# Master Discrete Mathematics: Logic

Learn the fundamentals of propositional and predicate logic to help you succeed in Discrete Math!
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Created by Trevor Block
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
• 1.5 hours on-demand video
• 6 Articles
• 11 Supplemental Resources
• Full lifetime access
• Access on mobile and TV
• Assignments
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I 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
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Requirements
• There are no prerequisites for Logic
Description

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 is the target audience?
• This course is meant for undergraduate computer scientists, math majors, or anyone with an interest in the fundamentals of mathematics.
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Curriculum For This Course
14 Lectures
01:27:44
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:29

An overview of what you'll be learning in the course. "Syllabus" attached.

Preview 01:29
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Logic
9 Lectures 01:26:05

Learn about statements and what propositional logic is. Also, translate logical formulas into English and vice versa.

Preview 11:01

Translate the logical formulas into coherent English sentences.
Translating Logical Formulas into English
4 questions

Learn the connectives and their corresponding truth tables.

Connectives and Truth Tables
11:11

Learn how to find logical equivalences using truth tables.

Proofs with Truth Tables
09:01

Learn how to find logical equivalences using logic laws.

Logic Laws
15:28

Preview 00:02

Learn about the conditional, converse, inverse, and contrapositive, as well as some translation and word problems.

Conditionals
11:15

Practice the different forms of conditionals.
Conditionals, Conditionals!
6 questions

Learn about making valid arguments using rules of inference.

Rules of Inference
12:58

Learn about predicate logic, quantifiers, and how to negate predicate logic formulae.

Predicate Logic and Negation
15:07

Solutions to All Exercises
00:01
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Final Exam
2 Lectures 00:06
Preview 00:03

Final Exam Solutions
00:03
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About the Instructor
 4.2 Average rating 93 Reviews 1,491 Students 3 Courses
Tutor, Linguist, and Mathematics Enthusiast

Hello everyone! My name is Trevor and I am a mathematical linguist that wants to help you get better at mathematics. I have been creating videos of mathematics and linguistics for over three years now and have helped thousands of students around the world.

My main areas of interest are logic and mathematical linguistics, specifically formal grammars and how natural language can be modeled, but I also enjoy abstract algebra and number theory.

The types of courses I create for Udemy are introductory courses and follow-up courses for those. I never want to assume any knowledge beyond high school for any of my courses, unless the material is already presented in another course. Coupons for follow-up courses will always be available in the course preceding it, to make sure that you're getting a discount for completing an entire stream.