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Applied Discrete Stuctures by Al Doerr and Ken Levasseur is a free open content textbook. You can essentially share it with anyone as long as you leave the Creative Commons license in place. See a more precise legal description below.
You can print any of the documents, but we encourage you to save trees and view them on a computer, iPad, book reader, or smart phone. You can also view them online. and there are Mathematica Notebooks with the same material available on the wiki site.
Instructors may bundle any subset of the pdf's or Notebooks on the wiki site for distribution to their students.
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Version 2.0 All 16 chapters and solutions to odd numbered exercises are now available in a single pdf or split into two parts.
|Full Version||Part 1 - Fundamentals||Part 2 - Algebraic Structures|
|Printed & Bound Copies|
Note to Instructors: So that students can have either the one or two part versions, the pdf's and bound versions of Part 1 and Part 2 have the same page numberings within chapters as the full version. Pageation in the solutions does vary. If you adopt the book, please let us know!
|As we identify errors, they will be logged on the Errata Page.|
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