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Can anyone recommend a good online resource for learning introductory combinatorics?

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Yes I can :-)
Openstudy.com http://www.reddit.com/r/reddit.com/comments/cktxy/reddit_lets_compile_a_list_of_the_best_online/ Dont know if its on there but check it out at least.
FFM is always a smart-retrice

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Check this out! http://www.cosmolearning.com/mathematics/
not really seeing much material on that site for combinatorics, but thanks. I think I can use the link FFM gave me. My classes were cancelled today, got any algebra questions for me?
Nope, gotta work with my french homework, i think i will have some questions tomorrow :)
You can download a .pdf copy of "A walk through Combinatorics" by Bona for free. This is how I learned combinatorics well.

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