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This text has a boring format, mostly a sea of black and white, with the occasional theorem highlighted in blue. Some sections have very few exercises (5-6 exercises). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Darcy Olson
Worst book about Math I ever had to use. How my college ever started making this book part of our course I'll never know. Maybe they are happy with confusing students. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Samuel Bass
Not what I ordered, Book ended up with had a different Isbn number.
Softcover book and hardcover book are different
A masturbatory exposition by an author who may understand the material on some level, but not well enough to properly explain it.
Avoid this book. Read more
First of all, I gotta compliment the seller with the fast shipping! at least that is a plus!
But everything about the book itself turned out to be unexpected in a bad... Read more
To begin, I have absolutely no experience with discrete math and generally learn through doing a lot of practice problems. Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by Berke E. Guzelsu
First, a little background. I'm not a mathematician or a teacher, but I do have an undergrad CS degree from Georgia Tech and I've seen my share of math books. Read morePublished on September 13, 2009 by Sanford Wilson
Out of the three main discrete math texts, Rosen, Epp, and this one--Grimaldi--this text unites the best parts of both; Epp has some really great explanations, but suffers from... Read morePublished on December 27, 2008 by avgvstvs