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Discrete Mathematics Problem

$12.00

Discrete Mathematics

Division Algorithm

Mathematical Induction

Divisibility

Primality Algorithm

Java Programming Assignment

$6.00

Java Programming

Computer Science

Arrays

Submatrix

Substitution Method

Variable

Physics Optics Questions

$9.00

Physics

General Physics

Optics

Light

Vector

Wave

Factor

Angles

Polarizers

Mirror-reflection

C++: Fraction Class Operator, Overloading, Polymorphism

$11.00

C++

Computer

Science

Operator

Overloading

Polymorphism

Fraction

Class

Seven Bridges of Konigsberg Presented from Mathematical Perspective (2390 words)

$11.00

Seven

Bridge

Konigsberg

Euler

Path

Cycle

Circuit

Graph

Simple

Use

Mathematics

Communication

Criterion

Presentation

Personal

Engagement

Reflection

Loop

Multigraph

Connected

Component

Edge

Node

Vertex

Theorem

Seven

Bridge

Konigsberg

Euler

Path

Cycle

Circuit

Graph

Simple

Use

Mathematics

Communication

Criterion

Presentation

Personal

Engagement

Reflection

Loop

Multigraph

Connected

Component

Edge

Node

Vertex

Theorem

Applied Statistics and Agricultural Experiments

$9.00

Mathematics

Statistics

Applied

Experiment

Treatments

Yields

Regression

Agricultural

Soil

Treatment

Mathematically Modeling a Temperature Sensing Circuit

$24.00

Mathematical

Model

Temperature

Sensing

Circuit

Electrical Engineering

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