Hi, I am planning to take either Finite Math (5 units) or Logic (3 units) the coming semester. When I look at the topics of the books we use at school, I found out that most of their topics are overlapping. Does Finite Math cover more topics including the ones we learn in Logic or is it the other way around? Actually I just want to learn more things like the Truth table which we won't learn in calculus or algebra.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Finite or Logic?

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