- Do function calculations like domain and range, image and preimage, and inverse and growth
- Compute logic problems like minimal forms, implications, propositions, and bitwise operations
- Calculate set functions like power set, basic set operations, complement, and Venn diagrams
- Use the Number Theory section for division, modular arithmetic, prime numbers, special numbers, and integer functions
- Do sequence computations like summation, product, and limit of a sequence
- Compute permutation and combinatorics questions, including derangements and permutations of list or finite relations and Pascal's triangle
- Use the discrete probability section for Bernoulli trial equations and view statistics on coin and dice probabilities or view various distribution given the probability of success
- View information on basic, named, or custom graphs in our Graph Theory section
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