Monthly Archives: February 2012

Discrete! #11: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 1.3B

TweetQuantifiers HOT DAMN. Guess what, dear readers? You get two new symbols today. The universal quantifier and the existential quantifier. Quantifiers are aptly named, since they’re essentially a way to take what we’ve already learned and attach quantities. The first … Continue reading

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Calculus! #40: Early Transcendentals 3.6B

TweetThe Number e as a limit. I want to lead off with the way I like to explain e, then we’ll proceed to e as a limit, which is the more common way to think of it. The following isn’t … Continue reading

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