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123ronnie321
2011-05-03 20:28:24

Ok!

bobbym
2011-05-03 20:16:27

It is a very good and tough book as they all are. Do not worry if you do not get all of it. Just try to get some of it. Combinatorics and probability are the toughest.

123ronnie321
2011-05-03 20:13:18

Thank you Bobbym,
I have downloaded the first book Combinatorial Mathematics for Recreation - N. Vilenkin.
I will read it and post any doubts that I have on this forum.

bobbym
2011-05-03 18:39:13

Hi 123ronnie321;

Here are some. The first six are good to learn from.

Combinatorial Mathematics for Recreation N. Vilenkin

Applied Combinatorics Alan S. Tucker

Concrete Mathematics Knuth, Graham and Patashnik

Discrete Mathematics Elementary and beyond. Lovasz

Introduction to Combinatorics Alan Slomson

Introduction to Combinatorial Mathematics C.L. Liu

Introductory Combinatorics 5th ed. Richard Brualdi

An Introduction to Combinatorially Analysis John Riordan

Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics Ralph Grimaldi

Enumerative Combinatorics volumes 1 and 2 Richard P. Stanley

123ronnie321
2011-05-03 16:54:27

I am interested in studying combinatorics from the basics. Any good book for amateurs?

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