Hi,I am really frustated after Discrete Mathematics exam. I simply don't understand this subject,I think I did not practice different questions.I am following "Discrete Mathematics & its Applications by kenneth rosen".
Now I want suggestions and guidline about how can I pass this subject its really important for me to pass,this subject is pre-requiste of other subjects.
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Are you taking this course online or offline?
sorry could understand what you mean by offline or online.Simply goes to university for classes,nothing online
I see. Well, do you have the solutions manual for the book?
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When you take a course, you need to get the student solutions manual AND the book for the course if you want to pass.
Another thing you might want to do is get a Chegg account. They have a database of textbook solutions. Very vital to have.
rosen book is like the kitchen sink
all is in there willy nilly
@satellite73, I agree with you to a certain extent. He already has the book. If he felt that it was all he needed, he wouldn't have come here asking for help. That said, there's a reason why there exists resources, both online and offline to supplement textbooks.