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10 Problems with Functions, Sets, Recurrence Relations, Modular Operations, and Equivalence

$75.00

Recurrence

Relation

Set

Operation

Function

One-to-one

Onto

Rule

Counterexample

Intersection

Union

Difference

Subset

Mod

Fibonacci

Sequence

Induction

Equivalence

Relation

Reflexive

Symmetric

Transitive

Class

Recurrence

Relation

Set

Operation

Function

One-to-one

Onto

Rule

Counterexample

Intersection

Union

Difference

Subset

Mod

Fibonacci

Sequence

Induction

Equivalence

Relation

Reflexive

Symmetric

Transitive

Class

Questions Involving Functions: One-to-one, Onto, Inverse, Composition, Examples

$30.00

Question

Function

One-to-one

Onto

Map

Inverse

Compose

Identity

Rule

Counterexample

Real

Projection

Coordinate

Set

Diagram

Question

Function

One-to-one

Onto

Map

Inverse

Compose

Identity

Rule

Counterexample

Real

Projection

Coordinate

Set

Diagram

Approximation Algorithm Counterexample - Related to Set Cover Problem

$8.00

Set

Cover

Instance

Optimal

Fractional

NP

NP-Hard

NP-Complete

Element

Integral

Approximation

Algorithm

Philosophy of Science (1510 words)

$120.00

Scientist

Justification

Theory Confirmation

Hypothetico-Deductive Model

HD

Uranus

Newtonian

Ultimate Questions Thinking About Philosophy by Nils Ch. Rauhut.

$45.00

Philosophy

Identity

Self

Philosophical

Anthropology

Introduction to Philosophy

Study

Guide

Logic

Free

Will

Epistemology

Philosophy

Identity

Self

Philosophical

Anthropology

Introduction to Philosophy

Study

Guide

Logic

Free

Will

Epistemology

Study Guide on the Textbook: Doing Philosophy 5th Edition, Schrick and Vaughn

$35.00

2.1 Cartesian Dualism: Ms <---> Nonphysical substance that interacts with the body. Body and mind and different substances. Conclusion: Descartes deductive arguments are valid but unsound. Empirically speaking there is no immaterial substance. Thus

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