Discrete Maths is a study of things which are discrete, which means things which can be counted. Discrete Maths forms the basis of a lot of concepts in algorithms and Computer science in general. I am starting this #100DaysOfX which Discrete Maths, to have a sufficient understanding of the concepts. I am using resources from NPTEL, MIT OCW, and ArsDigita University.
The plan is to follow the 3 lectures mentioned in the references and the Rosen book on Discrete math.
Day 16  Thursday 21 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Just a revision of implication, exclusive OR.
Thoughts¶
Day 15  Wednesday 20 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Completed the logical inference lecture from NPTEL's Discrete Maths
Thoughts¶

Learned about:
 logical inference for propositional calculus
 Fallacy
 logical inference for Quantifiers
 Normal Forms
 CNF
 DNF
 logical inference for propositional calculus
Day 14  Tuesday 19 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Revision of Preposition calculus from Rosen Book.
Thoughts¶

Books are easier to understand once, the concept is understood.
Day 13  Monday 18 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Revision of lecture 4 from NPTEL's Discrete Maths
Thoughts¶
 Learned that Implication and Equivalence are not the same.

Understood about logical relationship involving quantifiers.
Day 12  Wednesday 13 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Revision of lecture 4 from NPTEL's Discrete Maths
Thoughts¶
 Now learned properly about Predicates and Quantifiers.
 Scope of Quantifiers.

Valid
,Satisfiable
andunsatisfiable
predicates.
Day 11  Tuesday 12 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Again listened to the 4th lecture of NPTEL's Discrete Maths
Thoughts¶

Learned about Logical Inference.
Day 10  Monday 11 March 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Listened to the 4th lecture of NPTEL's Discrete Maths
 Learned a little about logical inference.
Thoughts¶

Still confusion over Predicate and Quantifiers.
Day 09  Thursday 28 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Reading and listening to explanation on how to negate a quantifiers.
 Learning about scope of a quantifiers.
Thoughts¶

Still have doubts on these topics.
Day 08  Wednesday 27 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
In between the 4th Lecture of NPTEL's Discrete Maths
Thoughts¶
 Great lecture on predicate logic
 Learned about:
 Valid Expression
 Satisfiable Expression
 Unsatisfiable Expression
These addition video's also helped.
Day 07  Tuesday 26 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
Listened to the 2nd lecture of MIT 6.042J YouTube playlist
Thoughts¶

This lecture discusses about
 Proof by Contradiction
 Introduces to the concept of Induction proof.
Day 06  Monday 25 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
Completed the 3rd Lecture of NPTEL's Discrete Maths.
Thoughts¶
Today I learned about:

Predicate and Quantifiers.
 Predicate
 Predicate Logic
 nary predicate
 Quantifiers
 Universal
 Existential
 Binding Variables
 Logical equivalence involving quantifiers.
 Predicate
Day 05  Friday 22 February 2019¶
Today was a rest day for Discrete Maths.
Day 04  Thursday 21 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Listened to the 2nd lecture of MIT 6.042J YouTube playlist
 This lecture discusses about
 Proof by Contradiction
 Introduces to the concept of Induction proof.
Thoughts¶

Today was focused on listening to the lecture, so have not taken detailed notes.
Day 03  Wednesday 20 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
Completed the 2nd Lecture of NPTEL's Discrete Maths.
Thoughts¶
Today I learned about:
 Proving implication without drawing all possible rows of truth table.
 Proved that implication is not associative.
 Learned about logical identities.
 Simplified complex compound propositions.
 Conversion between English to logic and vice versa.

Rules of inference
 Modus Ponens
 Modus Tollens
Day 02  Tuesday 19 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Complete the First lecture of MIT 6.042J YouTube play list
Thoughts¶

I have not taken any notes, but the lecture was mostly focused on methods of proof, propositions and connectives.
Day 01  Monday 18 February 2019¶
Days Progress¶
 Complete the First lecture of NPTEL's YouTube play list .
Thoughts¶
This lecture covers these topics:
 Logic
 Propositions
 Logical Connectives (\(\&\), \(\), \(\sim\)) and its truth tables
 Implication. (\(\Rightarrow\))
 Equivalence. (\(\Leftrightarrow\))
 Tautology, Contradiction & Contingency.
 Logical Identities
Understanding Equivalence and Implication was little tough.
These 2 video's provided the additional help.
 Rachel's Discrete Math Course  Implications (Lecture 5)
 Propositional logic  first order predicate logic Propositional calculus  gate  net  part 5
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Reference¶
 NPTEL  Computer Sc  Discrete Mathematical Structures  Prof. Kamala Krithivasan
 ArsDigita  Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications  Rosen  Shai Simonson
 MIT 6.042J  Mathematics for Computer Science, Fall 2010  Tom Leighton, Marten van Dijk
 Amazon  Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications (SIE)  Kenneth Rosen
 Latex  Math Symbols
 Pelican and Math Equations
So what do you think? Did I miss something? Is any part unclear? Leave your comments below.