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Trying to get a hold of "Discrete Mathematical Structures, 6ed" - required for my course. Uni wants to charge me ninety dollars for 180 days of access to it as an eBook.

4shared links are old and dead, only public trackers I can find are for 3ed and 4ed.

Can anyone help me out?

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>>41259

>Discrete Mathematical Structures

Drop the class and take a real course.

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>>41280

Sorry anon; Discrete Mathematics is a required course for my Applied Mathematics degree.

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>>41282

Take the course pure math kids do

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>>41291

I have to select a concentration - Applied, Operations, Statistics. All three require Discrete Mathematics.

I don't know what you want from me.

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>>41259

So in case you can't find an online copy, your uni offers the book in the library/bookstore, yes?

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>>41356

Yes, as an eBook rental for 180 days. Costs $92 and some change.

It's available from international sellers in hardcopy for about 30; domestic for ~170. If I can't find a online one at a reasonable price I'll order from Europe and rip it up, scan it in, and make a pdf myself. At least then no one else looking for an electronic copy will have to deal with this crap.

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>>41362

>http://www.amazon.com/Discrete-Mathematical-Structures-Kolman-Et/dp/9332549591/

>$13.21+3.99

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