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4434Tic-Tac-Toe
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In this two-player game, players take turns assigning a value to one of the entries in a three by three matrix. Player N can select any free entry and give it a value of 1, while Player S can assign any entry the value 0. Player S wins if the matrix becomes singular; i. e. have a zero determinant. Otherwise, Player N wins.Thu, 9 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0800Applied Discrete Structures
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Applied Discrete Structures by Al Doerr and Ken Levasseur is a free open content textbook in discrete mathematics. Originally published in 1984 & 1989 by Pearson, the book has been updated to include references to Mathematica and Sage, the open source computer algebra system. Contents:Front Matter: Contents and IntroductionChapter 1: Set Theory I Chapter 2: Combinatorics Chapter 3: Logic Chapter 4: More on Sets Chapter 5: Introduction to Matrix Algebra Chapter 6: Relations and Graphs Chapter 7: Functions Chapter 8: Recursion and Recurrence Relations Chapter 9: Graph Theory Chapter 10: Trees Chapter 11: Algebraic Systems Chapter 12: More Matrix Algebra Chapter 13: Boolean Algebra Chapter 14: Monoids and Automata Chapter 15: Group Theory and Applications Chapter 16: An Introduction to Rings and Fields Solutions to Odd-Numbered Exercises Thu, 14 Mar 2013 09:17:19 -0700UML webMathematica
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A collection of webMathematica scripts on a variety of topics in mathematics including calculus, number theory and abstract algebra. In each script, html form input is processed by a remote version of Mathematica and output is returned. No Mathematica expertise is required other than familiarity with some notation (e. g. Pi for pi ).Mon, 5 May 2003 00:00:00 -0700