Talk:Discrete mathematics

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 Definition The disciplines within mathematics that study discrete objects: combinatorics, graph theory, number theory, mathematical logic, … [d] [e]

This is my first ever wiki article, I am currently taking a discrete math course, and have reasonable knowledge of the topic, but being new, I am not sure what to write. Do I discuss the individual topics as it would be in a class?, or do I focus on the larger picture? Jason Petrilla

When I write something, I usually just put down what I know in some kind of arrangement; by subtopic, or major point. My recommendation is to just start and see where it goes! That's the great thing about wikis--chances are someone will come along and offer input. --Robert W King 02:19, 1 November 2007 (CDT)