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(I guess you could put this in a computer science section since discrete math is the math of computers.) What learning resources do you recommend for learning discrete math from a person who knows none of it to a person who can do it easily? I have tried to study the topics below but the symbols used in them aren't explained in anything I read. Mostly, it's the symbols that I'm having trouble understanding but I really am just a beginner. I want to learn discrete math due to its relevance to computer science. The topics that I have tried to study include:

- Information Theory and Entropy
- Mathematical Logic
- Set Theory
- Combinatorics
- Automata Theory
- Number Theory
- Graph Theory
- Discrete Probability Distributions
- Computability Theory
- Computational Complexity Theory
- Cryptography
- Computational Geometry
- Topology
- Combinatorial Optimization
- Relational Database Theory
- https://www.amazon.com/dp/032157351X/?tag=pfamazon01-20

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