## 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...

## Concrete Mathematics: Solving Towers of Hanoi recurrence without clairvoyance

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

## Concrete Mathematics: Repertoire Method Notes

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...

## Concrete Mathematics Book: Worked example for “Lines in the Plane” Induction Step

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...

## Really Simple Mathematical Induction Example

I am going to attempt to explain my understanding of mathematical induction (the weak induction variety) using a super simple example. This is as much to cem...