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Introduction and disclaimer

These notes are companion notes for several courses, for example: At the beginning, e used the Archimedean Notes entitled ``Discrete Mathematics'' with numerous modifications and additions. In particular, we addedmany diagrams and drawings; among them Moreover, many topics have been expanded (properties of oredrings, Hasse diagrams, properties of mappings, etc.) and many topics have been moved from their original place to another one (For example the Inclusion-Exclusion principle has been postponed). Last but not least: these lecture notes are not supposed to be used linearly. We often use later notions at an earlier step. Cross references are given in the text. The variety of topics lead us to the following choice: the definition of a notion can appear more than once in the text (for example, the definition of an algebraic number appears in Chapter [*] and in Chapter 7). We wish to thank the authors of the Archimedean Note in reference for their nice work. Disclaimer: these notes are intended to be an auxiliary material for my students, without any commercial purpose. Nobody is entitled to use them for a commercial purpose (©).
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