## Concrete Mathematics: Repertoire Method Section 2.2 - The Sequel

As with most of my posts on Concrete Mathematics this is a more verbose outline of the repertoire method in section 2.2. It explains how to find the closed f...

As with most of my posts on Concrete Mathematics this is a more verbose outline of the repertoire method in section 2.2. It explains how to find the closed f...

This post expands, in terms of verbosity, what is presented in equation 1.3 where they say

As always, these are my notes to help me cement my knowledge after reading sections of Concrete Mathematics I find particularly challenging or interesting. U...

The explanations in Concrete Mathematics are very good if a bit terse. So, as before, I will add some extra detail in a blog post to help cement (🥁) my knowl...

In the book Concrete Mathematics by Graham, Knuth, and Patashnik there is a section in Chapter 1 called “Lines in the Plane”. See the book for details but it...