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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
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
Approximation Algorithm Counterexample - Related to Set Cover Problem
\$8.00
Set
Cover
Instance
Optimal
Fractional
NP
NP-Hard
NP-Complete
Element
Integral
Approximation
Algorithm
Reasoning, Business Ethics and Decision Making
\$38.00
Philosophy
Ethics
Reasoning
Arguments
Deduction
Induction
Statements
Analogy
Sentences
Counterexample
Mill's Method of Difference
Mill's Method of Agreement
Mill's Method of Concomitant Variation
Premises
Relations
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
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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