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 Title: Combinatorial Theory
 Author(s) GianCarlo Rota and John N. Guidi
 Publisher: SelfPublishing
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 eBook: PDF
 Language: English
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Book Description
This book offers a wellorganized, easytofollow introduction to combinatorial theory, with examples, notes and exercises. Everything you could possibly need to know about combinatorics is in this book. It is extremely clear, wellwritten, and there are plenty of examples that really help to connect the principles to realworld applications.
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