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May 24, 2008 #2 Crosson 1,259 4 Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics, like analysis or algebra. The adjective "combinatorial" usually describes some argument or result derived through this field, compare with calling a result "analytical" or "algebraic".
Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics, like analysis or algebra. The adjective "combinatorial" usually describes some argument or result derived through this field, compare with calling a result "analytical" or "algebraic".
May 24, 2008 #3 alligatorman 112 0 I think he was asking about combinatoric as an adjective .. i.e. ... a combinatoric approach. I am pretty sure there is no difference.
I think he was asking about combinatoric as an adjective .. i.e. ... a combinatoric approach. I am pretty sure there is no difference.